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"A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism" by James Clerk Maxwell, 1873 Physics nerds pride themselves on wearing T-shirts with Maxwell's equations. The equations' discoverer, Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell, compiled his theories into "A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism," published in 1873.

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"A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism" by James Clerk Maxwell, 1873 Physics…

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Lines of Force and Equipotential Surfaces, drawn by James Maxwell, 1873 (treatise on electricity and magnetism)

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Walter Russell's Periodic Table of Elements

Russel Periodic Chart - Edward Tufte just had a seizure with this!

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Benjamin Betts Geometrical Psychology, or, The Science of Representation: An Abstract of the Theories and Diagrams of B. Betts, New Zealand, 1887 Victorian attempts to mathematically model human consciousness through geometric forms.

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Geometria – gorgeous geometrical sketches by German artist, mathematician, and cartographer Augustin Hirschvogel

James Maxwell, lines of forces and equipotential surfaces, diagram in A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism

James Maxwell, lines of forces and equipotential surfaces, diagram in A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism

The science of representation: an abstract of the theories and diagrams of B. W. Betts

Geometrical Psychology: Benjamin Betts’s Mathematical Illustrations of Consciousness – Brain Pickings

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