I AM sorry that my review has caused Prof. Dingle so much pain; and I must beg him to accept my assurance that purely scientific considerations were in my mind. My review contains evidence that there were portions of the book which I read with pleasure, and I take this occasion to say so explicitly. I cannot see that my criticisms were outside the province of a reviewer, but I deeply regret that they should have been expressed in language which Prof. Dingle finds discourteous.
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MILNE, E. Astrophysics without Mathematics. Nature 115, 193 (1925). https://doi.org/10.1038/115193b0