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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • materialism — Natural Science. Future generations will
    • generations due to come at the end of the 20th century, let
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • teaching. In view of all the aberrations to which the Science of
    • experiment, or by conceptual elaboration of the results of
    • third way in which the scientist tries to get at the configuration of
    • fundamentally, is a rational description of Nature. Only for him
    • things purely in the mind, using the crutches of outer illustration
    • centimetre a second quicker every second, we know the ratio between
    • body which would be able to impart an acceleration of a centimetre
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • quickly. We call the rate of increase of velocity the acceleration;
    • let us denote the acceleration by g. Now what will interest
    • through the prism of water and there is thus an interpenetration of
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • the eye from the skull, making an anatomical preparation, the first
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • rushing. When this vibration gets into our eye, we perceive it.
    • light is, once again, a vibration at right angles to the direction in
    • vibrations happens to be vibrating downward at the very moment when
    • the vibrations of infinitesimal particles, what we were explaining
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • will ascertain that there is a connection between the vibrations
    • sound. For this field of phenomena it is quite patent: vibrations are
    • it again tomorrow — between the sounds and the vibrations of
    • through our organs of hearing. The vibrations of the air beat on our
    • vibration must be beating on the eye. But we soon see it cannot be
    • hypothetical ether with its vibrations beats upon our eye, a
    • that the different kinds of ether-vibrations are dispersed by the
    • prism; these different kinds of vibrations then appear to us as
    • Ether-vibrations are moving through space. They think they know what
    • light is in reality, — it is vibrations in the elastic ether.
    • vibrations of the elastic ether are really vibrations of
    • as vibrations in the elastic ether. In the last resort we shall get
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    • in the meantime as a kind of preparation. We are not advancing in
    • what may itself be described as an organism of vibrations, highly
    • is this inner organism of vibrations which in our ear we bring to
    • fashion. Namely they argued: If then there is this constant ratio
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    • resonance — sympathetic vibration. Leonardo da Vinci was
    • vibration, which accompany the note, differ with respect to notes
    • the wave, the oscillations or vibrations. Thus in the same period
    • connected with the number of vibrations arising in the medium in
    • experiences, — transforms the vibrations of the vibrating
    • the same proposition. Outside us are the vibrations; in us are the
    • effects of the vibrations — effects that are merely
    • these benches, are so many heaps of vibrations. If you deny to
    • upon me of the vibrations of your brain. To see through a thing
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • something is there, demanding our consideration),—
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    • pupils some kind of proof, some demonstration of the fact. We do it
    • impact of the chair. All this elaboration of the outer world
    • said, future generations would find it difficult to understand that
    • learned physicist of our time in peroration voices his ideal,

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