The Nobel Prize in Physics 1913 was awarded to Heike Kamerlingh Onnes ( 1853 — 1928 ) “for his investigations on the properties of matter at low temperatures which led, inter alia, to the production of liquid helium.
According to my views, aiming at quantitative investigations, that is at establishing relations between measurements of phenomena, should take first place in the experimental practice of physics.
By Measurement to Knowledge [door meten tot weten] I should like to ” Write as a Motto ” above the Entrance to every Physics Laboratory.
“‘The Onnes Effect‘, which refers to the creeping of superfluid helium, has been named in his honor.
He also has a crater named after him on the Far side of the Moon.
Science is a ” The Oneness Effect ” on all colors . ram H singhal
(c) ram H singhal