Nathaniel Nathan Cold

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Nathaniel Nathan Cold (3 June 1851 – 5 November 1901) was a Scottish physicist noted for his later work on radioactive materials.

Cold's Law

Cold's Law states that:

This law is usually re-stated as; 'don't dice[1] with something you don't understand'.


It is regrettable that Nathaniel Cold didn't follow his own advice because he died from kidney failure while trying to refine the use of orally administered Uranium pills as a cure for Piles.

Footnotes and references

  1. the exact word used here varies and depends on the level of profanity accepted in local prefs