Chapter 1

Schooldays

Story

Dan McKenzie attended Westminster School and did not do well until he started maths and science in his early teens. Algebra and Euclidian geometry, especially, made sense, and left him with a lifelong and remarkably useful facility for building up logical arguments and following them through algebraically. He spent his later years at Westminster as one of their most successful students in maths, physics and chemistry.

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Page from draft manuscript ‘The relation between electric and magnetic fields”, [?1965], with corrections by Austin Stokoe, McKenzie’s former physics master at Westminster School.