Science and Controversy: A Biography of Sir Norman Lockyer

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MIT Press, 1972 - Astronomers - 331 pages

Sir Norman Lockyer left "Nature," the world's leading scientific journal, as his lasting memorial. But his life, and controversial theories, are an important part of science history. His ideas were at the forefront of public debate, and ranged from the brilliant to the perverse. This entertaining book is a fascinating insight into his eventful life.

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