Nature, Volume 9

Sir Norman Lockyer
Macmillan Journals Limited, 1874

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Página 178 - Physics and Politics ; or, Thoughts on the Application of the Principles of "Natural Selection " and " Inheritance
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Página 197 - ... in suspension more than three parts by weight of dry mineral matter, or one part by weight of dry organic matter in 100,000 parts by weight of the liquid.
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Página 323 - It may be said that the fact makes a stronger impression on the boy through the medium of his sight, that he believes it the more confidently. I say that this ought not to be the case. If he does not believe the statements of his tutor — probably a clergyman of mature knowledge, recognised ability, and blameless character — his suspicion is irrational, and manifests a want of the power of appreciating evidence, a want fatal to his success in that branch of science which he is supposed to be cultivating.
Página 160 - An Introduction to Physical Measurements, with Appendices on Absolute Electrical Measurement. &c. By Dr. F. Kohlrausch. Translated from the Second German Edition by TH Waller, BA, B.Sc., and HR Procter, FCS (London : J. and A. Churchill, New Burlington Street, 1873.) MESSRS. TH WALLER and HR Procter have furnished us with a translation of the second edition of Dr. KoYrausch's "Physical Measurements," to which they have auded several useful Appendices and Tables.

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