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Thoughts on Natural Philosophy, with a New Reading of Newton's First Law

    Naturevolume 79page66 (1908) | Download Citation

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    MANY and various are the subjects that may be included under the term “natural philosophy.” The author, in a brochure of the modest length of twenty-four pages, refers to all the recent physical discoveries, over which he is enthusiastic. Radium and the theory of atomic disintegration, he says, “enabled him to jump to the apprehension of the speed theory of material combination which has formed the germ from which this sketch of a true natural philosophy has developed.”

    Thoughts on Natural Philosophy, with a New Reading of Newton's First Law.

    By A. Biddlecombe. Pp. 24. (London: Whittaker and Co., n.d.)

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