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  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • coloured shadows, as they are called.
    • upright rod which will throw shadows on this screen. You see two
    • shadows, without perceptible colour. You only need to take a good
    • shadow you are seeing on the right is the one thrown by the
    • this source is hidden by the rod. Likewise the shadow on the left
    • shadow is, is simply a dark space. Moreover, looking at the surface
    • of the screen apart from the two bands of shadow, you will agree it
    • that the shadow of the rod, due to this left-hand source of light
    • — the one which I am darkening to red — this shadow on
    • source of light to red, you see the shadow green. What was mere
    • source of light to green, — the shadow becomes red. And when
    • I darken it to blue, an orange shadow is produced. If I should
    • shadows. I darken this source of light and get green, said Goethe
    • only see the shadow; you will still see it green. You no longer see
    • researches to show the real nature of coloured shadows.]
    • mere shadow. In the other case we permeate the shadow, so to speak,
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • object, as we should do with light. Light throws a shadow. So do
    • something like a shadow of the St. Andrew's cross, from which you
    • go along here; here they are stopped by the cross; the shadow of
    • will now bring the shadow which is thus made visible into the field
    • of a magnet. I beg you to observe it now. You will find the shadow
    • emerges like a kind of shadow behaves like external matter. It

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