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  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • outline) may still be said to be prevailing.
    • a to b so that it does not go along the line a
    • — b but along the line, or the two lines, a — c
    • line from c to b, and with a force denoted by the
    • length of this line. Having pulled in the first instance from a
    • I pulled simultaneously with forces represented by the lines a
    • the line taken by that school of Science which is at pains to express
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • in the normal lines of the scientific study and only able to be dealt
    • edge or border-line — a stain on the wall for instance, where
    • In our attempts to follow up the phenomena of light by means of lines
    • and diagrams we ought to realize that with every line we draw we
    • as such. The lines I have been drawing are but the limits of the
    • have formed such a habit of drawing lines into the light, and from
    • happens. I draw a line from the eye towards the object in the
    • air. Now my sighting line impinges on the water. The water does not
    • produces it on and outward in the same straight line and so projects
    • the time. The prism only provides the occasion for them to line up
    • already; now they are only made to line up and stand apart. The prism
    • actively, are looking with our eye, — with our line of sight.
    • the line of sight. What say the physicists on the other hand? They
    • least so that their sharpness of outline is fully adequate for
    • see the outlines of surrounding objects very indistinctly, as if
    • which in the prism experiment very obediently lined up and stood
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • now they line up in formation. I have then dismembered the white
    • According to the physicists who think along these lines, they will in
    • narrow bright yellow strip, or as is generally said, a yellow line.
    • Mark well, the yellow line also arises inasmuch as it is part of an
    • in the form of bright, luminous lines. From this you see that
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • gas; however this picture only shews one or more single lines of
    • is at one place a far more intense yellow line, making the rest seem
    • giving only this yellow line.
    • the continuous spectrum and the one generating, say, the sodium line,
    • can take effect as it were simultaneously, the sodium line will be
    • yellow) of the spectrum. It blots it out, so that we get a black line
    • as well as we are able, that this dark line does really appear in the
    • the sharp dividing line between what is generally called
    • these lines shall we achieve the necessary fundamental concepts for a
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • elasticity of the ether the extinction of the sodium line for
    • spectrum, in which we either create or extinguish the sodium line
    • (i.e., in the latter case, we generate the black sodium line). If
    • of light. The sodium line is extinguished in its old place and for
    • example two other lines arise, purely by the effect of the
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • the usual straight line. We try to gather up the diverse phenomena
    • border-line. Our life in the element of warmth is for our
    • truth to tell, have been only too well disciplined by the Churches,
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • space along certain lines, of which an image was there. So have the
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • discharges; the coloured line which you are seeing is the path
    • electromagnetic force. Such was his line of thought: the very fact
    • properties these bodies have. They ray-out certain lines of force
    • the barest outline in today's lecture — when in these
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • provisional conclusion. I want to give you a few guiding lines
    • of arithmetic and geometry — by the arrangement of lines,
    • science. The regularities and laws in line and triangle and
    • we are taking for granted is that this upper line A'B' is truly
    • parallel to the lower line AB, — for this alone enables me to
    • no way of proving that two lines are really parallel, i.e. that
    • space. I need only assume that the two lines meet, in reality,
    • is along these lines that physical science should now seek to
    • calculus of probabilities. Along these lines it is permissible to
    • guiding line with which I wished provisionally to sum up the little

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