- John,1820–93, English physicist.
- Mount, a mountain in S central California, in the Sierra Nevada near Mount Whitney. 14,018 feet (4273 meters).
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“The real star of everything is Pete Williams,” said Tyndall.NBC, Today Show Get Boston Marathon Bombing Coverage Right
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They probably still thought so, all of them, that is, except Tyndall.
But Tyndall knew one thing for certain, the mention of his name had been unmistakable.
It was just a few days after the incident that the Arrillians kidnapped Tyndall.
Tyndall was impressed again with the repulsive ugliness of the thing.
Tyndall, reveling in the strength of his position, grew bolder.
- John. 1820–93, Irish physicist, noted for his work on the radiation of heat by gases, the transmission of sound through the atmosphere, and the scattering of light