Some of the greatest discoveries in physics come about completely by chance: an apple falling on a head, or a mathematician sitting in a bath. But, most discoveries come from experiments. This is the story of physics, told through some of the most well-known experiments of the history of science.
From the failure of the Michelson-Morley interferometer, to the discovery of the long-theorised Higgs' Boson, measuring the speed of light, the gravity of galaxies and a particle's charge along the way. This is a demystifying and fascinating introduction to physics.
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