Brian Lewis: All About Science #10 – Ampere

I suspect that Lewis would not be allowed to show the final panel now – even though the first panel may have more effect on a child’s imagination, especially followed by the graveyard scene. What an atmospheric panel. This is the Brian Lewis, artist that I love. Small, almost cameos with outline but subtle atmospheric perspective!

The International System of Units names the unit of electric current after the gentleman who was one of the main discoverers of electromagnetism, Ampere was a driven scientist whose posthumous work was entitled “Essay on the philosophy of science or analytical exposition on the natural classification of human knowledge”


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