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" ... living objects, being carried through closed windows and even solid brick walls. The scientific investigator naturally asks that an additional weight (if it be only the thousandth part of a grain) be deposited on one pan of his balance, when the case... "
Researches in the Phenomena of Spiritualism - Page 66
by William Crookes - 1874 - 112 pages
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 198

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1903
...deposited on one pan of his balance when the case is locked. And the chemist asks for the thousandth of a grain of arsenic to be carried through the sides...tube in which pure water is hermetically sealed.' It is still as true as it was when this was written, some thirty years ago, that no such test has been...
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Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volume 7

Science - 1870
...be deposited on one pan of his balance when the case is locked. And the chemist asks for the 1000th of a grain of arsenic to be carried through the sides...glass tube in which pure water is hermetically sealed. The spiritualist tells of manifestations of power, which would be equivalent to many thousands of "foot-pounds,"...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volume 7

James Samuelson, William Crookes - Science - 1870
...be deposited on one pan of his balance when the case is locked. And the chemist asks for the 1000th of a grain of arsenic to be carried through the sides...glass tube in which pure water is hermetically sealed. The spiritualist tells of heavy articles of furniture moving from one room to another without human...
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Quarterly Journal of Science, and Annals of Mining, Metallurgy ..., Volume 7

Science - 1870
...deposited on one pan of his balance when the case is locked. And the chemist asks for the 1000th of a gram of arsenic to be carried through the sides of a glass tube in which pure water is hermetically sealed. The spiritualist tells of manifestations of power, which would be equivalent to many thousands of "foot-pounds,"...
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D. D. Home: His Life and Mission

Mrs. Daniel Dunglas Home - Spiritualism - 1888 - 428 pages
...be deposited on one pan of his balance when the case is locked. And the chemist asks for the loooth of a grain of arsenic to be carried through the sides...tube in which pure water is hermetically sealed." No " flowers with the dew on them," &c., had ever been brought through closed windows or solid brickwalls...
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Studies in Psychical Research

Frank Podmore - Parapsychology - 1897 - 458 pages
...be deposited on one pan of his balance when the case is locked, and the chemist asks for that loooth of a grain of arsenic to be carried through the sides...tube in which pure water is hermetically sealed." When this demand is complied with, or when any other result is produced which does not depend for proof...
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Modern Spiritualism, a History and a Criticism, Volume 2

Frank Podmore - Spiritualism - 1902
...deposited on one pan of his balance when the case is locked. And the chemist asks for the thousandth of a grain of arsenic to be carried through the sides...tube in which pure water is hermetically sealed." J 1 Reicarches in Spiritualism, p. 6, by William Crookes, FRs In a word, the man of science demands...
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Appleton's Magazine, Volume 9

Literary Criticism - 1907
...deposited on one pan of his balance, when the case is locked. And the chemist asks for the thousandth of a grain of arsenic to be carried through the sides...tube in which pure water is hermetically sealed." This indictment is as valid to-day as the day it was drawn, and until some such requirement be fulfilled...
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The Riddle of Personality

H.Addington Bruce - 1908
...deposited on one pan of his balance, when the case is locked. And the chemist asks for the thousandth of a grain of arsenic to be carried through the sides...tube in which pure water is hermetically sealed." 1 This indictment is as valid to-day as the day it was drawn, and until some such requirement be fulfilled...
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The Riddle of Personality

Henry Addington Bruce - Personality - 1908 - 247 pages
...deposited on one pan of his balance, when the case is locked. And the chemist asks for the thousandth of a grain of arsenic to be carried through the sides...of a glass tube in which pure water is hermetically sealed."1 This indictment is as valid to-day as the day it was drawn, and until some such requirement...
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