Talk:Harry Collins

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There is an aphorism by Einstein (who else!) that to me sums up a lot of the work by Collins and others (like Andrew Pickering, Constructing Quarks), namely (this from memory): a finished piece of science is the most certain and objective kind of knowledge we possess. But science in the making partakes of all the human qualities of its discoverers. 137.82.188.68 (talk) 07:09, 26 November 2007 (UTC)

Possible alternate photo[edit]

Harry Collins, Cain conference, 2005

Closer shot, but not large size.