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" That certain physical phenomena, such as the movement of material substances and the production of sounds resembling electric discharges, occur under circumstances in which they cannot be explained by any physical law at present known, is a fact of which... "
Researches in the Phenomena of Spiritualism - Page 8
by William Crookes - 1874 - 112 pages
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Modern Spiritism: Its Science and Religion

Alfred Taylor Schofield - Spiritualism - 1920 - 260 pages
...discharges (raps), occur under circumstances in which they cannot be explained by any physical laws at present known, is a fact of which I am as certain as I am of the most . elementary fact of chemistry. My whole scientific education has been one long lesson in exactness of observation ;...
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What Is Spiritualism, Who Are These Spiritualists, and What Has Spiritualism ...

J. M. Peebles - 1996 - 131 pages
...substances, and the production of sounds resembling electric discharges, occur under circumstances in which they cannot be explained by any physical...which I am as certain as I am of the most elementary facts in chemistry." In his book, "Researches in the Phenomena of Spiritual., ism," he states his conviction...
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Obsessive Genius: The Inner World of Marie Curie

Barbara Goldsmith - Biography & Autobiography - 2005 - 256 pages
...states that, after conducting exhaustive scientific investigation, the "Spiritualist phenomena that cannot be explained by any physical law at present...am as certain as I am of the most elementary fact of chemistry." This was a time when many scientists had begun to explore an invisible world and they...
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The Annals and Magazine of Natural History: Including Zoology, Botany, and ...

Botany - 1875
...here, in Comatula rotacea, a most distinct canal, from •which the tubular tentacles originate, ia a fact of which I am as certain as I am of any point in the anatomy of this animal. Whether the same nifty not be the case in Prof. Semper's Philippine...
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