308 pages, 21 b/w illus
Shows that many of the greatest heroes of science were less than totally honest about their experimental data and not above using friends in high places to help get their ideas accepted. Their celebrity often obscures vital contributions made, their unsung contemporaries and the merits of ideas they overturned. These distortions of the historical record mostly arise from our tendency to read the present back to the past.
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