Ether - Ampere

Jean-Jacques Ampere
Jean-Jacques Ampere
(20 January 1775 – 10 June 1836)

"Everything that has been done in physics since the work of Dr. Young on light and the discovery of M. Orsted is preparation for a new era ... Explanations deduced from the effects produced by the motion of imponderable fluids will gradually replace those now accepted ... I believe that we must look to the motions of fluids distributed in space for the explanation of general effects." (Ampere)

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