Georges-Louis Le Sage

Georges-Louis Le Sage (June 13, 1724 in Geneva – November 9, 1803 in Geneva) was a physicist and is most known for his theory of gravitation, for his invention of an electric telegraph and his anticipation of the kinetic theory of gases.

Read more about Georges-Louis Le Sage:  Life and Education, Character and Health, Telegraph, Kinetic Theory, Endnotes

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