George Johnson (writer)

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George Johnson (born January 20, 1952) is an American science writer and journalist, who writes a column for the New York Times.


Quotes about Johnson[edit]

  • George Johnson's Santa Fe office is packed floor to ceiling with century-old electrical paraphernalia — cathode-ray tubes, high-voltage spark coils, glass cylinders of hydrogen and helium, cascades of wires. They're the relics of an eBay odyssey he undertook to re-create a 1909 experiment by Robert Millikan measuring the charge on a single electron.

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