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" ... sheet of paper moved by clockwork. On that paper the never-resting heart of the earth is now tracing, in telegraphic symbols which will one day be interpreted, a record of its pulsations and its flutterings, as well as of that slow but mighty working... "
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Short Studies in Nature Knowledge: An Introduction to the Science of ...

William Gee - Physical geography - 1895 - 313 pages
...an equinox. light on a prepared sheet of paper moved by clockwork. On that paper the never-resting heart of the earth is now tracing in telegraphic symbols,...of its pulsations and its flutterings, as well as that slow but mighty working which warns us that we must not suppose that the inner history of our...
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Short Studies in Nature Knowledge: An Introduction to the Science of ...

William Gee - Physical geography - 1895 - 313 pages
...an equinox. light on a prepared sheet of paper moved by clockwork. On that paper the never-resting heart of the earth is now tracing in telegraphic symbols, which will one day he interpreted, a record of its pulsations and its flutterings, as well as that slow but mighty working...
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The Search for the North Pole

Evelyn Briggs Baldwin - Arctic regions - 1896 - 520 pages
...sensitized sheet of the self-registering magnetograph — he adds: "On that paper, the never-resting heart of the earth is now tracing in telegraphic symbols,...suppose that the inner history of our planet is ended." Certainly, criticism of the labors of such men is not tolerable, and when carried on in regions where...
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Terrestrial Magnetism, Volume 1

Astrophysics - 1896
...magnetic needle are being indeliblv fixed on the sensitized sheet. " On th at paper, as Maxwell eloquentlv expressed it, the never resting heart of the earth...pulsations and its flutterings, as well as of that slow b1et mighty working [ the secular variation ] which warns us -that we must not suppose that the inner...
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Terrestrial Magnetism, Volumes 1-2

Astrophysics - 1896
...indelibly fixed on the sensitized sheet. " On that paper, as Maxwell eloquently expressed it, the nei>er resting heart of the earth is now tracing in telegraphic...be interpreted, a record of its pulsations and its fluttering!, as well as of that slow but mighty working [ the secular variation ] which warns us that...
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Report

William Bullock Clark, Edward Bennett Mathews - Geology - 1897
...earth's magnetic state, which change, as one of the most noted physicists has truly said, is a warning " that we must not suppose that the inner history of our planet is ended." Thus after the lapse of twenty years Great Britain — again at the instance of the British Association...
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Report

Geology - 1897
...earth's magnetic state, which change, as one of the most noted physicists has truly said, is a warning " that we must not suppose that the inner history of our planet is ended." Thus after the lapse of twenty years Great Britain — again at the instance of the British Association...
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Report

William Bullock Clark, Edward Bennett Mathews - Geology - 1897
...earth's magnetic state, which change, as one of the most noted physicists has truly said, is a warning " that we must not suppose that the inner history of our planet is ended." Thus after the lapse of twenty years Great Britain — again at the instance of the British Association...
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Report, Volume 1

Maryland Geological Survey - 1897
...earth's magnetic state, which change, as one of the most noted physicists has truly said, is a warning " that we must not suppose that the inner history of our planet is ended." Thus after the lapse of twenty years Great Britain — again at the instance of the British Association...
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Terrestrial Magnetism, Volume 1

Louis Agricola Bauer - Geomagnetism - 1899
...magnetic needle are being indeliblv fixed on the sensitized sheet. " On that paper, as Alaxwell eloquentlv expressed it, the never resting heart of the earth...be interpreted, a record of its pulsations and its fluttering!, as well as of that slow but mighty working [ the secular variation ] which •warns us...
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