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The Problem of Solution

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    THE problem of solution has engaged the attention of many men of science from the time of Newton to the present day, and it cannot be said that a complete and all-embracing theory has yet been advanced that will interpret all the observed facts. The subject lends itself admirably to those who concern themselves with pointing out weaknesses of accepted conceptions without replacing these ideas by adequate substitutes.

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