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  • Peter Guthrie Tait (28 April 1831 – 4 July 1901) was a Scottish mathematical physicist, best known for the seminal energy physics textbook Treatise on
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  • Cargill Gilston Knott (category Physicists)
    needs of mankind advance hand in hand. Life and Scientific Work of Peter Guthrie Tait: supplementing the two volumes of Scientific papers published in 1898
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  • James David Forbes (category Physicist stubs)
    Bishop Forbes (1872), as quoted by scientists John Campbell Ghairp and Peter Guthrie Tait in Life and letters of James David Forbes' p. 450. Wikipedia
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  • John Dalton (category Physicists)
    ages.' James David Forbes, as quoted by John Campbell Ghairp and Peter Guthrie Tait in Life and letters of James David Forbes p. 450. Another immense
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  • many women”; as quoted in My Father – Bertrand Russell (1975) by Katharine Tait, p. 106 "I don't want to! Why should I?" "Because more people will be happier
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  • experiment, in which case mathematical reasoning is alone requisite. Peter Guthrie Tait, Lectures on Some Recent Advances in Physical Science, With a Special
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  • propriety be so called in all others. William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin & Peter Guthrie Tait, Treatise on Natural Philosophy (1867) Vol. 1, Preface, p. v. There
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