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" I did Thomson an injustice in supposing him to be wholly immersed in technical work ; he was full of speculations as to the original properties of bodies, some of which were very difficult to follow ; and, as you know, he will not stop for meals or any... "
Hermann von Helmholtz - Page 349
by Leo Koenigsberger - 1906 - 440 pages
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Proceedings of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, Volume 41

Electrical engineering - 1908
...to work them out quietly ; as far as that goes, I am not much better off!" But he shortly added, " I did Thomson an injustice in supposing him to be...will not stop for meals or any other consideration." And indeed Thomson had weighty things in his mind. He was revolving over the speculations which later...
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Journal, Volume 41

Electricity - 1908
...to work them out quietly ; as far as that goes, I am not much better off ! " But he shortly added, " I did Thomson an injustice in supposing him to be wholly immersed in technical work ; be was full of speculations as to the original properties of bodies, some of which were very difficult...
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Degrees Kelvin:: A Tale of Genius, Invention, and Tragedy

David Lindley - Science - 2004 - 392 pages
...do better than apply his eminent sagacity to industrial undertaking" but quickly changed his mind: "I did Thomson an injustice in supposing him to be...will not stop for meals or any other consideration." When he was inventing his tap and refining his compass, in other words, Kelvin was also working up...
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Proceedings of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, Volume 41

Engineering - 1908
...to work them out quietly ; as far as that goes, I am not much better off!" But he shortly added, " I did Thomson an injustice in supposing him to be...will not stop for meals or any other consideration." And indeed Thomson had weighty things in his mind. He was revolving over the speculations which later...
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