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- Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
- weight, constitute genuine knowledge. Men did not venture to
- Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- — a mass, that possesses weight among other things. This you
- minute particle — say, a minute particle of matter weighing one
- then the given mass brings the other mass, weighing one gramme, into
- as a weight, it is 0.001019 grammes' weight. Indeed, to express what
- — the weighing-machine. The unit force is equivalent to the
- weighed. So then I have to express myself in terms of something very
- get to know in quite external ways, namely a weight. In the last
- resort, it is by a weight that I express the mass, and even if I then
- go on to atomize it, I still express it by a weight.
- per second per second to a gramme-weight, so too with every
- Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- mass. We express the mass, to begin with, by a weight. We can weigh
- terms of weight. Let us call the mass, m.
- just now, you realize the mass by weighing it. Mass makes its
- IIa). I can balance the weight that is on the one side with an
- object of equal weight, suspended this time, at the other end of the
- beam. We can thus weigh the object; we ascertain its weight. We now
- — it loses some of its weight. We can test how much lighter it
- weight of water it displaces. If we weigh the same volume of water we
- get the loss of weight exactly. You know this is called the law of
- body becomes as much lighter as is represented by the weight of
- from the downward pressure of weight.
- in man's own constitution. Our brain, you see, weighs on the average
- weighed as much as this, it would press so heavily upon the arteries
- Truth is, the brain by no means weighs with the full 1250 grammes
- upon the base of the skull. The weight it weighs with is only about
- swim in the cerebral fluid; moreover the weight of this fluid which
- weight. This then is what it signifies. With our Intelligence we live
- unites with the downward force of gravity or weight. Our Intelligence
- to take hold of such things as physical weight and buoyancy for
- extent that 1230 grammes' weight is lost. Even to this extent is
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