from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Faraday, Michael 1791-1867. British physicist and chemist who discovered electromagnetic induction (1831) and proposed the field theory later developed by Maxwell and Einstein.
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- proper n. A surname, Anglicized from Irish Ó Fearadaigh.
- proper n. Michael Faraday, English chemist and physicist
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And honestly Faraday is as close to an authority as they have.
Ghost Fox Killer alludes to darkness in Faraday but only grey in the General.
Therefore, what happened to Faraday is what happens to everyone else.
It seems obvious that Daniel Faraday is the man behind the camera, which provides an interesting twist for his character.
Faraday is a great character, he reminds me of one of my college Physics profs.
“Mac” Faraday is an ex-policeman with a broken marriage, still mourning his father after some years.
The last experiment recorded in Faraday's laboratory notebook and ostensibly the last in his life, gives an indication of the extent to which his spirit was still occupied with the boundary region of possible phenomena.
When he started his investigations into the phenomenon of catalysis, Sabatier soon pointed out anomalies in Faraday's physical theory and he in turn formulated his chemical theory which postulated the formation of unstable intermediaries.
I may have missed something in past episodes but, from last week’s episode, Sawyer says something to the effect that Faraday is no longer alive … did he die?
(Side note: A few things bothered me about the show, Elle’s accent, Desmond’s accent during while talking to his sun sounded like his accent was GONE, the lighting in Faraday’s office when Desmond broke in looked terrible and unneccessarily grainy, I thought it was my TV at first, but the same poor picture is on line) If Elle is Faraday’s mother I am disappointed, this was too easy a connection.
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