FRS (22 September 1791 – 25 August 1867) was an English scientist who contributed to the fields of electromagnetism and electrochemistry. His main discoveries include those of electromagnetic induction, diamagnetism and electrolysis.
(1 January 1875 – 6 February 1944) was an English lawyer, surveyor, composer, organist and theatrical producer. He composed one of the last Savoy operas, staged several long-running shows in the West End of London, and wrote a book about local taxation that was for many years the standard work on the subject. After sustaining financial losses on shows that he produced in the 1910s, Faraday declared bankruptcy in 1914. In later years, however, he rebuilt his fortune through his legal and valuation work and resumed theatrical production.
A practical demonstration of Faraday's Law that was discovered after a series of extensive work in 1831 by the great English scientist MichaelFaraday (1791-1867). The law forms... - 02.24.2008, DailyMotion
26.05.2012 [DigitalJournal.com (press release)] - In the nineteenth century, MichaelFaraday, considered the "Father of Electromagnetism", first showed that electromagnetic-field energy was liberated via field displacement and could be harnessed via electromagnetic induction.
ALL THIS IS A DREAM. Still examine it by a few experiments. Nothing is too wonderful to be true, if it be consistent with the laws of nature; and in such things as these experiment is the best test of such consistency. - Labratory journal entry #10,040 (19 March 1849); published in The Life and Letters of Faraday (1870) Vol. II, edited by Henry Bence Jones, p. 253. This has sometimes been quoted partially as "Nothing is too wonderful to be true."