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  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • say it moves with a greater or lesser “velocity”. Let us
    • call the velocity v. This velocity, once more, may be
    • observe that the point moves with such and such velocity, we are in
    • velocity and p the force that is acting on the point. Also
    • would also cause it to move off with a certain velocity if there were
    • onward not with uniform speed but more and more quickly. The velocity
    • growing velocity, and there will be a certain measure of this
    • increase of velocity. A smaller force, acting on the same mass, will
    • quickly. We call the rate of increase of velocity the acceleration;
    • multiplying the mass by the square of the eventual velocity and
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • mirrors. The velocity of light — nay, altogether what arises
    • here by way of differences in velocity of light, — is not of
    • through the air — with a velocity, you will recall, of 300,000
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • formula for a velocity, say v. A velocity is expressed, as
    • distance s by the real time t, to get the velocity
    • magnitudes — velocity, space and time, — velocity is the
    • us is the velocity; the s and t we only get by
    • entities. We only arrive at these on the basis of the velocity, which
    • velocity. That it has this velocity, is the one real thing about it.
    • abstractions. Because there is a velocity, there is a distance moved
    • velocity, the one thing actually there, we by our thinking process
    • at all save as an outcome of the velocity, nor for that matter is the
    • we ourselves derive from the velocity. We shall not come to terms
    • velocity and that alone; as to the “space” and
    • — the velocity can fall apart for us.
    • From the velocity, in
    • are not one with the velocity that is there outside us, but we are
    • intimately united, we learn to know and understand the real velocity.
    • velocity”. Nor should we say, “The body takes so much
    • velocity”. By means of space and time we only measure the
    • velocity. The space and time are our own instruments. They are bound
    • “objective” thing — here, the velocity. It will be
    • to have velocity.
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  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • their attention was the velocity with which sound is propagated. To
    • such a thing as a velocity of light, you may then call the time
    • — and you get something like a “velocity of propagation
    • What is real is inherent in the velocity. The velocity
    • divide the velocity into two abstractions, in these abstractions I
    • upon the inner faculty of the sound to have velocity. This then
    • in a certain faculty of speed, or of velocity.
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • the velocity of the radiation. The interesting fact emerges that the
    • ß-rays have a velocity, say about nine-tenths the
    • velocity of light, while the velocity of the α-rays is
    • about one-tenth the velocity of light. We have therefore these
    • of velocity.
    • that the real thing in space is the velocity; it is velocity
    • differences in velocity as the most essential thing. What is it
    • one-another. It is that differences of velocity are there in the
    • with, unconsciously — to go into differences of velocity in a
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • to meet them, giving a greenish light. The velocity of the canal

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