Faraday had a poor understanding of mathematics, didn't receive formal education (only attended some public lectures); but his intuition and vision allowed him to see far beyond than his peers.

He discovered and invented a lot of things and turned into perhaps one of the most important scientists of all times.

He couldn't prove mathematically his graphic and theoretical models, so he relied on Maxwell to do so.

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