The argument to give Baeyer credit would probably be that the writings are simply profound. It is an amazing look at the history of thermodynamics and a great overview of the science during the time. Of course an individual who is able to create such amazing prose, and understandable stories about the laws of entropy and physics should be awarded with scores that reflect an understanding of physics. That being said, if I was a grader for this particular AP test, I would give him credit simply because his understanding of physics is obviously well thought out. I am all for giving credit where credit is due, and this book is an amazing summation of physics and thermodynamics.