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" contingent on the caprice of the author, but develop according to their own laws, I often have the impression that it is not my own work that I am writing out, but some one else's. Mr. Thomson must have found the same thing in his own work on the mechanical... "
Hermann von Helmholtz - Page 205
by Leo Koenigsberger - 1906 - 440 pages
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Containing papers of a ...

Mathematics - 1908
...to be hardly things essentially of his own invention that he is reporting, Helmholtz suggests that " Mr. Thomson must have found the same thing in his own work on the mechanical theory of heat."* At the meeting of the British Association at Belfast, in 1874, Andrews seems to have communicated verbally...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Containing papers of ..., Volume 81

Mathematics - 1908
...to be hardly things essentially of his own invention that he is reporting, Helmholtz suggests that " Mr. Thomson must have found the same thing in his own work on the mechanical theory of heat."* At the meeting of the British Association at Belfast, in 1874, Andrews seems to have communicated verbally...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Mathematical and physical sciences

Mathematics - 1908
...be liardly tilings essentially of his own invention that he is reporting, Helmholtz suggests that " Mr. Thomson must have found the same thing in his own work on the mechanical theory of heat."* At the meeting of the British Association at Belfast, in 1874, Andrews seems to have communicated verbally...
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