Genius Journal, Hardcover, Ruled Line, Famous 1927 Solvay Physics Conference, Einstein, Bohr, Curie, Schrodinger, Pauli, Heisenberg, Planck

Genius Journal, Hardcover, Ruled Line, Famous 1927 Solvay Physics Conference, Einstein, Bohr, Curie, Schrodinger, Pauli, Heisenberg, Planck


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This image has been called "The most intelligent photo ever taken". It is from the Fifth Solvay International Conference on Electrons and Photons. It was taken at Leopold Park in Brussels, Belgium sometime in late October 1927. The world's most notable physicists met to discuss the newly formulated quantum theory.

Note: The conference participants, listed below in order, start on the back cover and wrap around to the front.

Back row:
Auguste Piccard • Émile Henriot • Paul Ehrenfest • Édouard Herzen • Théophile de Donder • Erwin Schrödinger • Jules-Émile Verschaffelt • Wolfgang Pauli • Werner Heisenberg • Ralph Howard Fowler • Léon Brillouin

Middle row:
Peter Debye • Martin Knudsen • William Lawrence Bragg • Hendrik Anthony Kramers • Paul Dirac • Arthur Compton • Louis de Brogile • Max Born • Niels Bohr

Front row:
Irving Langmuir • Max Planck • Marie Sklodowska Curie • Hendrik Lorentz • Albert Einstein • Paul Langevin • Charles-Eugéne Guye • Charles Thomson Rees Wilson • Owen Willans Richardson

For those, who are really serious about their journal. This will be an aspiring author's new best friend.

.: Dimensions: 7" High, 5" Wide, .68" Thick
.: Hardcover with semi gloss laminated cover
.: 64 Sheets (128 ruled line pages)
.: 90gsm paper
.: Casewrap binding provides a flexible, sewn spine that allows the journal to lie flat when opened

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