Science, Volume 32 (Google eBook)
Moses King, 1910 - Science
Since Jan. 1901 the official proceedings and most of the papers of the American Association for the Advancement of Science have been included in Science.
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Page 583 - too often quote the rugged insistence of Carlyle: "Produce! Produce! Were it but the pitifullest infinitesimal fraction of a product, produce it in God's name! 'Tis the utmost thou hast in thee: out with it, then." Now note that whereas there are
Page 576 - The stars come nightly to the sky ; The tidal wave comes to the sea; Nor time, nor space, nor deep, nor high Can keep my own away from me.
Page 510 - DRS. GODDARD and Spinden, of the department of anthropology of the American Museum of Natural History, attended the Congress of Americanists in Mexico City after which Dr. Spinden again took up his work among the Rio Grande
Page 236 - As there is only one man in charge of a steamer, so there is but one man in charge of a newspaper, and he is the editor. My chief taught me this on an Indian journal, and he further explained that an order was an order, to be obeyed
Page 75 - against those in another field or in another state where different mining laws and regulations are in force. This competition is, first of all, driving out of the business the small operators, except where they find protection under local freight rates, and is forcing even the larger operator to mine coal under conditions which he
Page 674 - He answered, That the true way of Art is not by Instruments, but by Demonstration: and that it is a preposterous course of vulgar Teachers, to begin with Instruments and not with the Sciences, and so instead of Artists to make their Schollers only doers of tricks, and as it were Juglers:
Page 236 - Providence dealt me for my subordinate, one saturated with Elia. He wrote very pretty Lamblike essays, but he wrote them when he should have been sub-editing. Then I saw a little of what my chief must have suffered on my account. There is a moral here for the ambitious and aspiring who are oppressed by their superiors.
Page 72 - The state as the guardian of the public welfare possesses the constitutional right to insist that its natural advantages shall remain unimpaired by its citizens.
Page 307 - the full arguments on both sides, in case a disputed point is involved, and (c) complete and exact bibliographic references to every book or article bearing on the point at issue. The more complete the data when the •case is submitted, the more promptly can it be acted upon. 3. Of necessity, cases