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" But in the heavens we discover by their light, and by their light alone, stars so distant from each other that no material thing can ever have passed from one to another, and yet this light, which is to us the sole evidence of the existence of these distant... "
Lectures on ten British physicists of the nineteenth century - Page 88
by Alexander Macfarlane - 1916
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Annual report. 1861-70, 72-1925, 30, 35, 38

Church congress - 1875
...acknowledgment of a Divine Power and Intelligence. ... To quote again from Professor Clark Maxwell : — ' In the heavens we discover, by their light, and by their light alone, stars sо distant from each other that no material thing can ever have passed from one to another ; and yet...
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Habit and intelligence in their connexion with the laws of matter and force

Joseph John Murphy - 1879
...On the kindred subject of the origin of matter, let me quote Professor Clerk Maxwell again : 1 — " In the heavens we discover by their light, and by...this light, which is to us the sole evidence of the existence of these distant worlds, tells us also that each of them is built up of molecules of the...
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Habit and Intelligence: A Series of Essays on the Laws of Life and Mind

Joseph John Murphy - Biology - 1879 - 583 pages
...Professor Clerk Maxwell again : * — " In the heavens we discover by their light, and by their h^ht alone, stars so distant from each other that no material...this light, which is to us the sole evidence of the existence of these distant worlds, tells us also that each of them is built up of molecules of the...
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The Life of James Clerk Maxwell: With Selections from His Correspondence and ...

Lewis Campbell, William Garnett - 1882 - 421 pages
...Maxwell's writings the position of his mind towards certain doctrines maintained by scientific men: — In the heavens we discover by their light, and by...material thing can ever have passed from one to another ; 1 Professor Westcott's utterance on the same occasion, though less immediately relevant, ought not...
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The Life of James Clerk Maxwell: With a Selection from His Correspondence ...

Lewis Campbell, William Garnett - Physicists - 1882 - 662 pages
...Maxwell's writings the position of his mind towards certain doctrines maintained by scientific men:— In the heavens we discover by their light, and by...material thing can ever have passed from one to another; 1 Professor Westcott's utterance on the same occasion, though less immediately relevant, ought not...
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The Life of James Clerk Maxwell: With a Selection from His Correspondence ...

Lewis Campbell, William Garnett - Physicists - 1882 - 662 pages
...to him, both for his researches, and for the pregnant words in which he gathered up their lessons.1' and yet this light, which is to us the sole evidence of the existence of these distant worlds, tells us also that each of them is built up of molecules of the...
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The Methodist Review, Volume 35; Volume 43; Volume 65

Methodist Church - 1883
...the theistic discussion is the following affirmation of the " manufactured" character of molecules : In the heavens we discover by their light, and by...stars so distant from each other that no material tiling can ever have passed from one to another ; and yet this light, which is to us the sole evidence...
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The Life of James Clerk Maxwell: With Selections from His Correspondence and ...

Lewis Campbell, William Garnett - Physicists - 1884 - 421 pages
...Maxwell's writings the position of his mind towards certain doctrines maintained by scientific men : — In the heavens we discover by their light, and by...this light, which is to us the sole evidence of the existence of these distant worlds, tells us also that each of them is built up of molecules of the...
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A Scotch Verdict in Re Evolution

Charles Force Deems - Evolution - 1885 - 108 pages
...before the British Association, at Bradford, September, 1873, the following important extract is taken : In the heavens we discover by their light, and by...this light, which is to us the sole evidence of the existence of these distant worlds, tells us also that each of them is built up of molecules of the...
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The Luminiferous Ζther

De Volson Wood - Ether (Space) - 1886 - 121 pages
...independent data than we have as yet obtained, and to show that they lead to consistent results. But in the heavens we discover by their light, and by...this light, which is to us the sole evidence of the existence of these distant worlds, tells us also that each of them is built up of molecules of the...
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