Pyotr Kapitsa

Pyotr Kapitsa

was a Soviet/Russian physicist and Nobel laureate
The year that Rutherford died (1938 [sic]) there disappeared forever the happy days of free scientific work which gave us such delight in our youth. Science has lost her freedom. Science has become a productive force. She has become rich but she has become enslaved and part of her is veiled in secrecy. I do not know whether Rutherford would continue to joke and laugh as he used to. /days/ Pyotr Kapitsa quotes

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