|Born||11 September 1877|
Ormskirk, Lancashire, England
|Died||16 September 1946 (aged 69)|
Dorking, Surrey, England
|Fields||astronomy, mathematics, physics|
|Institutions||Trinity College, Cambridge;Princeton University|
|Alma mater||Merchant Taylors' School;Cambridge University|
|Notable students||Ronald Fisher|
|Known for||Rayleigh–Jeans law|
|Notable awards||Smith's Prize (1901)|
Adams Prize (1917)
Royal Medal (1919)
As a child who never has seen snow marvels at it, when it becomes known the mystery goes and to some the awe still remains, others pass it by and say 'what a dam nuisance, I can't get to work'.
Most of us may be bored with out jobs, the news, our relationships, lack of creativity and seek it outside TV, Movies and so on, get depressed with the same old, same old, the known is limited, and it may seem safe and secure yet it can stop us flowing with life.