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" That proposition is, that the whole world, living and not living, -in) the result of the mutual interaction, according to definite laws, of the forces possessed by the molecules of which the primitive nebulosity of the universe was composed. "
Darwiniana: essays - Page 110
by Thomas Henry Huxley - 1894 - 475 pages
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

Arminianism - 1876
...that "the fundamental proposition of Evolution is, that the whole world, living and not living, is the result of the mutual interaction, according to...primitive nebulosity of the universe was composed;" and he adds, " If this be true, it is no less certain that the existing world lay, potentially, in...
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Annual Report of the Belfast Naturalists' Field Club

Belfast Naturalists' Field Club - Natural history - 1863
...than once, that the whole ' world, living and nonliving,' has resulted by ' the mutual interaction' of 'forces possessed by the molecules, of which the primitive nebulosity of the universe was composed."' And again, Dr. Huxley writes "It is no less certain that the existing world lay, potentially, in...
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Life Theories: Their Influence Upon Religious Thought

Lionel Smith Beale - Religion and science - 1871 - 97 pages
...than once, that the whole " world, living and nonliving," has resulted by the "mutual interaction" of the " forces possessed by the molecules of which...primitive nebulosity of the universe was composed." PROPERTIES OF PARTICLES. The sentence following this nebulous assertion shows in what impenetrable...
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The American Presbyterian Review

Henry Boynton Smith, James Manning Sherwood - Presbyterianism - 1871
...than once, that the whole " world, living and non-living," has resulted by the " mutual interaction" of the "forces possessed by the molecules of which...primitive nebulosity of the universe was composed." Again, "itisnoless certain that the existing world lay, potentially, in the cosmic vapor ; and that...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 17

Great Britain - 1871
...than once, that the whole " world, living and non-living," has resulted by the "mutual interaction" of the "forces possessed by the molecules of which...primitive nebulosity of the universe was composed." Again, " it is no less certain that the existing world lay, potentially, in the cosmic vapour ; and...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1872
...evolutionists in support of thier fundamental hypothesis, 'that the whole world, living and not living, is the result of the mutual interaction, according to...primitive nebulosity of the universe was composed.' " Phil. Mag., xliv, 24. 5. On the Separation, of Yttria and Ceria from Zirconia and Iron; by J....
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The Journal of Science: And Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volume 10

James Samuelson, William Crookes - Science - 1873
...evolutionists in support of their fundamental hypothesis, " that the whole world, living and not living, is the result of the mutual interaction, according to...primitive nebulosity of the universe was composed." II. SOME NEW FACTS CONCERNING THE DIAMOND. WHILST our knowledge of the modes of formation of other...
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Quarterly Journal of Science, and Annals of Mining, Metallurgy ..., Volume 10

Science - 1873
...evolutionists in support of their fundamental hypothesis, " that the whole world, living and not living, is the result of the mutual interaction, according to...primitive nebulosity of the universe was composed." II. SOME NEW FACTS CONCERNING THE DIAMOND. A\$Z"HILST our knowledge of the modes of formation of other...
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Darwinism and design; or, Creation by evolution

George St. Clair - 1873
...that " the whole world, living and not living, is the result of the mutual interaction, according to laws, of the forces possessed by the molecules of which the primitive nebulosity of the universe was composed."3 There is nothing to be afraid of in this ; for it is but the application to suns and planets,...
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WHAT IS DARWINISM ?(1874)

CHARLES HODGE - 1874
...world, living and not living, is the result of the mutual interaction, according to definite laws, of forces possessed by the molecules of which the primitive...that the existing world lay potentially in the cosmic vapor; and that a sufficient intelligence could, from a knowledge of the properties of that vapor,...
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