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Then he would develop the plate to observe the photographic image produced by the radiation coming from the phosphorescent material. This radiation, like X-rays, could penetrate the paper, but not the metallic object. The final image would be a photograph, in negative, of the cross. The sky in Paris remained overcast for several days and, because of lack of sunlight, Becquerel was forced to postpone his experiment. In the meantime, he kept his device locked inside a dark cupboard. Either struck by a prophetic intuition or simply tired of waiting, he decided to develop the photographic plate, although the phosphorescent material had never been exposed to light.
Landua, Physics Reports 403–404, 323 (2004). 3 Forces of Nature When force is necessary, it must be applied boldly, decisively, and completely. Leon Trotsky1 Some of the ancient thinkers had the intuition that all forms of matter could be ultimately ascribed to a few fundamental elements. Modern science has proved them right. But it would have been difficult for ancient philosophers to guess that this is true not only for matter, but for force as well. Less intuitive is the idea that all natural phenomena, in all their variety and complexity, can be reduced to four fundamental forces: gravity, electromagnetism, weak and strong interactions.
Reines, The Detection of Pauli’s Neutrino, in History of Original Ideas and Basic Discoveries in Particle Physics, ed. B. Newman and T. Ypsilantis, Plenum Press, New York 1996. FORC E S OF N A T U R E | 45 Strong force Only strong personalities can endure history, the weak ones are extinguished by it. Friedrich Nietzsche21 Once it was established that the nucleus is made of protons and neutrons, but does not contain any electrons, the problem was to understand what binds these particles together inside atomic nuclei.
A Zeptospace Odyssey, A Journey Into The Physics Of The LHC by Gian Francesco Giudice