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ALL great minds need lubrication, and where better to fuel idle curiosity than in the pub? Michael Zehse writes to tell us of his trip to The J. P. Joule in Manchester, UK, named after physicist James Prescott Joule, who spent the last years of his life nearby. He wonders: how many other hostelries bear the names of famous scientists?
Surely this name game has the makings of a great pub crawl. We can offer the John Snow in London, near the location of the cholera-spreading Soho water pump whose handle was removed at the
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