Main Question or Discussion Point
Many phisicists writed scientific papers at early age like maxwell who wrote one at 14 another one at 16 then at 18 but these 3 papers weren't a new theory or discovery right ? So why a scientific paper is always noted in the biography of physicists if it's not important because it's not a discovery . But i think that this scientific paper can turn out into a theory or a discovery ? Like the 5 papers of eisntein ? And how could I know if a scientific paper was a discovery in the later years or still a paper and not important at all ?