Michael Faraday (1791--1867) was an English chemist and physicist. One of the participants in the electromagnetic field and electrochemical science.
Faraday devoted Friday evening every week to conduct scientific seminars to educate the poor and semi-literate, which was called the Friday evening meeting. He was also keen to provide scientific lectures to children in particular during their sabbatical from school. This project succeeded and was joined by large numbers of children who enjoyed Faraday's lectures.
Michael Faraday > Quotes
“Nothing is too wonderful to be true if it be consistent with the laws of nature.”
“There's nothing quite as frightening as someone who knows they are right.”
“It is right that we should stand by and act on our principles; but not right to hold them in obstinate blindness, or retain them when proved to be erroneous.”