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G-Dimensional Theory & the Smarandache Quantum Paradoxes : Comparative Logic and Modern Quantum Theory

By: L. Stephen Young

...3] proposes the Smarandache Hypothesis, supported by recent theoretical and experimental findings, as a general axiom or prediction of the faster-tha... ...light is therefore in agreement with the second principle of relativity and experimental evidence. [15] [34] Equation (6) indicates the e-m Doppler w... ...7.1.1) These are the only angles of congruence required of a theory to have experimental congruence with GRT/SRT regarding gravitational and motion ... ...in the GDT model is in agreement with SRT/GRT, and therefore in accord with experimental evidence. [34] 3.4 Transformation of Angle & Velocity The... ...Note the p value set is equivalent to that in SRT, (and thus in accord with experimental evidence), but without the descriptive complication of cova... ...esting the possibility of their presence in its composition. c.) Particle physicists describe the tauon τ, (like the muon), as "electron-like". [6]... ...ions, c) unravellings, are the principle methods used by mathematicians and physicists today. He also describes Hinton's search for evidence of the ... ...ourth-dimensional nucleus, which is 'even smaller than an atom,' and that, "physicists today adopt essentially the same philosophy as Hinton." [26] ... ...by Bohr and Heisenberg, has generally come to prevail among the majority of physicists … The theory is complete: anything it does not tell us may be...

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The Ulysseans

By: Antonio Mercurio

... can be compared, historically speaking, to the current efforts of nuclear physicists to unite the four fundamental forces found in nature: the weak ... ...valent in the transmutation of matter into energy and vice-versa. Nuclear physicists concentrate high levels of energy and then they bombard atomic ... ...at which pertains to the outside world. 5. Is the universe contracting? Physicists ask themselves if this universe that is today expanding will co... ... worked around this hypothesis using mathematics. Einstein could not offer experimental proof of his hypothesis! He could offer no proof. Proof was ... ...Therefore, one starts out with a hypothesis and then goes on to look for an experimental confirmation of the hypothesis; if such a confirmation comes... ...pertains to the outside world. 5. Is the universe contracting? 101 Physicists ask themselves if this universe that is today expanding will co... ...us and Anaximander, there are infinite universes, not just one. Our modern physicists are coming to the same conclusion. We do not know what charac...

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The Silver Lining: Moral Deliberations in Modern Cinema

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...es are tucked under a glittering facade of nonchalance, refreshing spontaneity, an experimental spirit, unrepressed sexuality and unrestrained adve... ...ong scientists. The Anthropic Principle, for instance, promoted by many outstanding physicists, claims that the nature of the Universe is preordaine...

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The Path of Kabbalah

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...it is, without depending on time, which controls our lives (the dream of many physicists), then we must come to be like that Upper Reality by oursel... ....” Thus, the “Big Bang” theory was known to Kabbalists long before the astro- physicists learned about it. Q: Will science understand the sixth sense... ...ossible into Kabbalah, because if humanity continues to follow erroneous and experimental roads, and keeps fumbling in the dark, it is headed toward...

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Kabbalah for the Student

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...ansformation of the form, losing nothing of its essence along its way, as physicists have shown. And now we come to clarify the phrase: “All is in de... ...l basis. They believe it is not a sound basis, for they consider only the experimental basis as sound. And the wisdom of Kabbalah, too, is divided in...

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Progress in Physics : The Journal on Advanced Studies in Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Including Related Themes from Mathematics

By: Florentin Smarandache

...The Journal on Advanced Studies in Theoretical and Experimental Physics, including Related Themes from Mathematics PROGRESSINP... ...s has been created for publications on advanced studies in theoretical and experimental physics, including related themes from mathematics. All submit... ...n, 1980). 6. Boschi D., Branca S., De Martini F., Hardy L., and Popescu S. Experimental realization of teleporting an unknown pure quantum state via d... ...]. We would like to make those techniques accessible to a wide audience of physicists who are not so familiar with the rigorous underlying mathematics... ...s simple line of thought as possible, a praxis that is normally pursued by physicists. For instance, physicists in their works on general relativity e... ...s are actually analogous to Fourier-series expansions of white noise. Such experimental diagrams could be obtained in a purely theoretical way. Much m... ...nder A. Konradov ‡ , Natalia V. Udaltsova Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Pushchino, Moscow Reg...

...Progress in Physics has been created for publications on advanced studies in theoretical and experimental physics, including related themes from mathematics. All submitted papers should be professional, in good English, containing a brief review of a problem and obtained results. All submissions should be designed in...

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Progress in Physics : The Journal on Advanced Studies in Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Including Related Themes from Mathematics, Volume 2

By: Florentin Smarandache

...The Journal on Advanced Studies in Theoretical and Experimental Physics, including Related Themes from Mathematics PROGRESSINP... ...s has been created for publications on advanced studies in theoretical and experimental physics, including related themes from mathematics. All submit... ...ion, the electron’s own angular velocity would decrease, contradicting the experimental facts on the stability of atoms in the absence of external inf... ...) into the wave pressure F N , assuming cosθ=1, we arrive at a formula for experimental calculations μ= πcn 7 3Ω 2 b F N (1+ ) . (111) A torsion bala... ...ing atoms ra- diateγ-quanta, producing a positive pressure of light waves. Experimental tests have a basis in the predicted repulsion/ attraction, pro... ...have not yet been discover- ed has attracted the attention of experimental physicists over the last decade. Initial interest in gravitational waves ar... ...e not been discovered in ex- periments. Nonetheless it is accepted by most physicists that the discovery of gravitational waves should be one of the m... ...f the 1st or 2nd kind) underlie the detection attempts of the experimental physicists. Because such gravitational waves are expected to be weak, one u... ...und attempts to isolate the bulk pigs from external affects — experimental physicists place them in mines in the depths of mountains and cool them to ...

...Progress in Physics has been created for publications on advanced studies in theoretical and experimental physics, including related themes from mathematics. All submitted papers should be professional, in good English, containing a brief review of a problem and obtained results. All submissions should be designed in...

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The Kaluza Concept

By: Keith Young

...y. Further investigation into the nature of strings has revealed what physicists construe to be further dimensions closely associated with the ... ... alternative realities. The background state of consciousness is what physicists call a “steady state”, uniform in space and persistent in time... ... that light actually behaves as waves. Let’s have a brief look at this experimental set- up. 76 A light source is shone at a bar... ...lapsing the quantum wavefunction”, or, couched in more precise terms which physicists would prefer, undergoing “state vector collapse”. Recall ... ...asured by the Conformal Tensor – the Ricci Tensor is zero in empty space. Physicists expect to find that the curvature close to a black hole singul... ...alities as we know them. Everything is thought to originate from what physicists call the quantum vacuum, a potential field from which everythi...

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Speculations and Physics

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

... in particular, are unprofessionally vague and ambiguous. Professional theoretical physicists ought to be able to do better. Bohm has shown us a wa... ...members the role of the apparatus, ordinary logic is just fine. In other contexts, physicists have been able to take words from ordinary language a... ...articles but only in an environment with a vanishingly weak force of gravity. Some physicists tried to add a "graviton" (gravity force carrying par... ...e. Various methods of doing this still leave us with a lot of supersymmetry. A few physicists believe that supersymmetry is likely to emerge - even... ...ermine what will happen in a specific experiment involving a specific particle and experimental setting an observation must be made. This means th... ...tionally to a host of exceedingly precise statements about the real world (observed experimental results). A and B are correlated if A explains a c... .... l. Laws of parsimony entail the arbitrary selection of facts, observations and experimental results to be related to and included in the parsim... ...aningful questions and to the expectation of receiving meaningful replies to them (experimental outcomes). This lands us where we started: the psyc... ...d company all around. Some criticism is offered by practicing scientists - mainly experimentalists - in the life and exact (physical) sciences. Su...

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Today's Take on Einstein's Relativity

By: Homer B. Titon and Florentin Smarandache

...od/ Peer Reviewers: Victor Pantcheliouga, Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Pushchino (Moscow region), Russia. Eugen Negu ţ, ... ...e only a sort of kinematical perspective.> ...Richtmyer & Kennard, Cornell physicists, 1928, 1934, 1942, 1947 15 The diehard believers - ... ...ater. This is false. The predictions of relativity are real and have been experimentally verified (see chapter 38 Misner, Thorne and Wheeler for a... ...ied (see chapter 38 Misner, Thorne and Wheeler for a detailed discussion of experimental results). Verification of the composition of velocities fo... ...dequate, degenerating into the density functional method which is mostly an experimental method for finding ground states of physical systems. 5. ... ...n, is right." By that time Poincaré‚ had died. Lorentz was still alive. Physicists F.K. Richtmyer and E.H. Kennard of Cornell had in 1928 suspec...

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Begin the Adventure : How to Break the Light Barrier

By: Florentin Smarandache

...repudiate relativity; rather it is a clarification of it. It outlines an experimental design to test that clarification. It suggests that perhaps t... ... and because light appears to have the same speed in all inertial frames, physicists take the "maximum speed" to be the speed of light. (Ca.1972) ... ...er. This is false. The predictions of relativity are real and have been experimentally verified. Verification of the composition-of- velocities fo... ...ecial relativity, in the words of two mid 20th-century Cornell University physicists, F. K. Richtmyer and E. H. Kennard, are only "a sort of kinemat... ...ation is reported to have taken place in the summer of 1950 between famed physicists Enrico Fermi and Edward Teller: Fermi: Edward, what do you ...

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Proceedings of the First International Conference on Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Logic, Neutrosophic Set, Neutrosophic Probability and Statistics

By: Florentin Smarandache

...DST with the Fuzzy Set Theory can be found in [5, 64]. The relationship between experimental observations and the DST belief functions is currently a ... ...f research. Several models have been developed for fitting belief functions with experimental data. A very recent detailed presentation and discussion ... ...oton? For experts working in particle physics, photons look like particles, for physicists working in electromagnetic field theory, photons are conside... ...tal question have held at the beginning of the 20th century between all eminent physicists at that time. The constraint C2 hides a strong difficulty al... ...nents, for example, indeterminacy factor, encourages to search for new ways of experimental exploration of dynamics of social judgment and for new w... ...tor representing the output triple or intrinsic value). It is easy to envisage experimental changes to this array in the search for fitter dynamical... ...i-agent simulations we are now perhaps in a position where we can instigate an experimental form of normative logic, looking to use agent evolution ...

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The Conundrums of Psychology

By: Sam Vaknin

...d company all around. Some criticism is offered by practicing scientists - mainly experimentalists - in the life and exact (physical) sciences. Su... ...ialism with reductionism or instrumentalism and correlation with causation. Few physicists, neuroscientists, biologists, and chemists seem to ha... ...er that meant). None of these "nervous" speculations was supported by scientific, experimental evidence. Both sides of the debate confined themse... ...hat psychoanalysis - though some of its tenets are testable and, indeed, have been experimentally tested and invariably found to be false or uncorr... ...per" scientists in the "hard" disciplines, and by the limitations imposed by their experimental subjects (humans). These are precisely the shortcom... ...s). It was based on observations (however scant and biased). In other words, it was experimental in nature, not merely theoretical. It provided a fr...

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Utility, Rationality and Beyond – from Behavioral Finance to Informational Finance

By: Sukanto Bhattacharya

...ics. There is some uniformity in views among economists as well as physicists that a functional correspondence exists between the formalisms ... ...ovided Explanations on the Likelihood of Discredited Outcomes. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 33, 1997: 561-578. De Gooijer, J. G. and ... ...f, M. Layman and B. Combs. Judged frequency of lethal events. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory 4, 1978: 551-578. Ly...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

... University, claimed, to quote "The Economist" quoting the "Psychologist", that: "Experimental evidence suggesting a link between Ecstasy use and ... ...treatment in the future). Even the authoritative and mainstream 1995 "Handbook of Experimental Economics", by John Hagel and Alvin Roth (eds.) adm... ...e.g., a musical piece) in terms of this type of intuition. Many mathematicians and physicists (following a kind of Pythagorean tradition) use emerg... ...ong scientists. The Anthropic Principle, for instance, promoted by many outstanding physicists, claims that the nature of the Universe is preordaine... ...y. l. Laws of parsimony entail the arbitrary selection of facts, observations and experimental results to be related to and included in the parsim... ...aningful questions and to the expectation of receiving meaningful replies to them (experimental outcomes). This lands us where we started: the psyc... ... company all around. Some criticism is offered by practicing scientists - mainly experimentalists - in the life and exact (physical) sciences. Su... ...rialism with reductionism or instrumentalism and correlation with causation. Few physicists, neuroscientists, biologists, and chemists seem to ha... ... in particular, are unprofessionally vague and ambiguous. Professional theoretical physicists ought to be able to do better. Bohm has shown us a wa...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

... University, claimed, to quote "The Economist" quoting the "Psychologist", that: "Experimental evidence suggesting a link between Ecstasy use and ... ...treatment in the future). Even the authoritative and mainstream 1995 "Handbook of Experimental Economics", by John Hagel and Alvin Roth (eds.) adm... ...e.g., a musical piece) in terms of this type of intuition. Many mathematicians and physicists (following a kind of Pythagorean tradition) use emerg... ...ong scientists. The Anthropic Principle, for instance, promoted by many outstanding physicists, claims that the nature of the Universe is preordaine... ...y. l. Laws of parsimony entail the arbitrary selection of facts, observations and experimental results to be related to and included in the parsim... ...aningful questions and to the expectation of receiving meaningful replies to them (experimental outcomes). This lands us where we started: the psyc... ... company all around. Some criticism is offered by practicing scientists - mainly experimentalists - in the life and exact (physical) sciences. Su... ...rialism with reductionism or instrumentalism and correlation with causation. Few physicists, neuroscientists, biologists, and chemists seem to ha... ... in particular, are unprofessionally vague and ambiguous. Professional theoretical physicists ought to be able to do better. Bohm has shown us a wa...

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Modelling of Rationality...and Beyond the Physics

By: Gh. C. Dinulescu

...he artificial transformation of matter into anti-matter, the dream of the physicists, would remain the exception with an utilitarian significance. ... ... eminently rational extraterrestrial rationality has already accomplished experimental contacts of sentimental ″boost″, taking notice that based on i... ...h according to J. St. MILL, begins with observation and finishes with the experimental verification. For the experimental disciplines, the inductive... ...ese disciplines can’t reject the deductive method; not mentioning the non-experimental ones. But the deductive method takes as precondition the exi...

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And Gulliver Returns Book I : Touchdown

By: Bob Oconnor

...as 50 billion people.” —“There have been a couple of estimates made by physicists in which they calculated the amount of heat people’s bodies w... ...e’re going to solve all the world’s problems! We are going to Mojinju, that experimental religious country where people of the several major religion...

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The Religious Dimension

By: Donald Broadribb

...ence in their effect. As I made my way through the psychiatric volumes and experimental researches in Jung’s Collected Works I found in them the sound... ...astrophe about to happen to the airplane. That psychologist might point to experimental evidence that ESP is more likely to occur when there is very f... ...power. Thus, when God doth work who shall let [hinder] it? And this I knew experimentally [by experience]… For though I read the Scriptures that spoke... ...n are also used synonymously with energy. But this is not quite the modern physicists’ energy, for orenda energy is seen as personal, and as intellige... ...adical, since it is very much in vogue at present to invoke modern nuclear physicists, especially those fond of contemplating the possible implication... ...umber. Volume Date of publication Title 1 1957 Psychiatric Studies 2 1973 Experimental Researches 3 1950 The Psychogenesis of Mental Disease 4 1961 F...

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The Marketing of Ideas and Social Issues

By: Seymour Fine

...Pure scientists usually experiment. Philosophers prefer inductive reasoning while physicists and mathematicians lean toward deductive methods. Medi... ... hundred households in a middle class area of Illinois. Following the survey, the experimental community was exposed to certain types of ads, via se... ...gen) Record, May 27, B-5. Bagozzi, Richard P. 1977. "Structural Equation Models in Experimental Research.” Journal of Marketing Research 14, 209-26...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

...which causes behaviour patterns to suddenly emerged in whole populations. Physicists talked about sudden "phase transitions", the emergent results of... ...aps, 3-d simulator-like terrains and many others. The "web Stalker" is an experimental web browser which is equipped with mapping functions. The ran... ...at will happen in a specific experiment involving a specific particle and experimental setting – an observation must be made. This means that, in th...

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And Gulliver Returns Book IV : A Look at Our Human Values

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...out twice as many mathematicians believed in a god than did biologists or physicists. ―Just any education is not the key to questioning any c... ...on or the knowledge of practical science of a Benjamin Franklin? How many physicists, surgeons or lawyers have read Locke, Montaigne, Aristotle and ... ... do are there more important criteria? And, might we rank the pain of the experimental animals against all the pain they are saving humans from. If ...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...ne: The Universe 112 makes you smarter than all the Cosmologists and Astro-physicists. The mystery of the Big Bang has now been solved. Now you... ...ciety they live in. However… people do not want to admit that the reason all experimental societies fail is because of the greater context it exists... ...d communal living fun, exclusive, hard, and successful. Create revolutionary experimental communities which are expressly, consciously experimenting... ...e they can ever go outside and tell others how to live. By forming your own experimental communities and culture: you will be giving other people i... ...al auras of these King-Gods raged just like the now-visible aura of the Sun? Physicists who study the Sun, do not study paranormal phenomenon like ...

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First and Last Things : A Confession of Faith and a Rule of Life

By: H. G. Wells

... my beliefs as I want them. I do not attempt to distil them out of fact as physicists distil their laws. I make them thus and not thus exactly as an a... ...conceive it; the abandonment of infinite assumptions, the extension of the experimental spirit to all human interests. 1.12. SUMMAR 1.12. SUMMAR 1.12.... ...aps; but that is different. I am not the continuing thing. I personally am experimental, incidental. I feel I have to do something, a number of things... ...ement necessary), means its creeds much more literally and is at once more experimental and less compromising and tolerant. It is there if anywhere th... ...at the individual life guided by its perception of beauty is inci- dental, experimental, and contributory to the undying life of the blood and race. I...

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Virginibus Puerisque, And Other Papers

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...and when all is done, find humanity indifferent to your achievement. Hence physicists condemn the unphysical; financiers have only a superficial toler... ...t some external 103 Virginibus Puerisque & Other Papers aid. He is at the experimental stage; he is not sure how one would feel in certain circumstan...

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A Modern Utopia

By: H. G. Wells

...the rest of our premises—they, too, will only be in 41 H G Wells the same experimental stage as ourselves. In Utopia, how- ever, they will conduct re... ...on points decidedly to the conclusion that so soon as it passes out of the experimental stage, the supply of electrical energy, just like drainage and... ...couples—it is still a prosperous business asso- ciation—may be taken as an experimental verification of Aristotle’s common-sense psychology, and was p... ...n the Poietic types. They live,—while the Poietics are always something of experimentalists with life. The char- acteristics of either of these two cl... ...t every human activity. The latter is by his very nature undisciplined and experimental, and is positively ham- 166 A Modern Utopia pered by preceden... ...trong feeling for all bota- nists, and, indeed, all biologists, as against physicists, and those who profess the exact sciences, all of whom he regard...

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The First Men in the Moon

By: H. G. Wells

...little planet of ours, we will. But—there must be risks! There must be. In experimental work there always are. And here, as a practical man, you must ... ...topic of this sponge caught lunar atmosphere. I am told by astronomers and physicists that all he tells is in absolute accordance with what was al- re...

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The Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

By: The Manhattan Engineer District

...fields assisted in the study. These included math- ematicians, theoretical physicists, experts on the blast ef- fects of bombs, weather consultants, a... ...ients receiving intensive roent- gen therapy, as well as those observed in experimental ani- mals receiving large doses of X-rays. The important symp-...

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The Analysis of Mind

By: Bertrand Russell

...tter as something much more solid and indubitable than mind. Meanwhile the physicists, especially Einstein and other exponents of the theory of rela- ... ...es, the way in which the equilibrium will be upset cannot be deter- mined. Physicists distinguish between macroscopic and mi- croscopic equations: the... ...formed better after experience; (4) That instinct supplies the impulses to experimental move- ments which are required for the process of learning; (5... ...and how they are to be defined, we have now to inquire. *Dewey, “Essays in Experimental Logic,” pp. 253, 262. 101 The Analysis of Mind The distinctio... ...ferred from imagination to sensation. But since the question is capable of experimental decision, it would be gratuitous rashness to offer an opinion ... ...ties with exclusion of differences.” A great deal of work professing to be experimental has been done in recent years on the psychology of thought. A ... ...such work up to the year agog is contained in Titchener’s “Lectures on the Experimental Psychology of the Thought Processes” (1909). Three articles in...

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An Englishman Looks at the World Being a Series of Unrestrained Remarks Upon Contemporary Matters

By: H. G. Wells

...t for them and organise them, to secure the pick of our young chemists and physicists and engineers, and to get them to work systematically upon the a... ...uch more strain in the years ahead. But a great system of laboratories and experimental stations, a systematic, industri- ous increase of men of the o... ...shly upon military and naval education and training, upon laboratories and experimental stations, upon chemical and physical research and all that mak... ...that the biological sciences might perhaps, after all, be _truer_ than the experimental, in spite of the difference in practical value in favour of th... ...rld sults, would find it hard to say which were the chemists and which the physicists among Professors Dewar and Ramsey Lord Rayleigh and Curie. The c... ...rude, secure basis there has now been piled the most chancy and insecurely experimental system of conven- tions and assumptions about money and credit...

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Confidence

By: Henry James

... time to test its success; but in this I want your help. You know we great physicists never make an experiment without an ‘assistant’—a humble individ... ...to see; it was fitted up with the latest contriv- ances for the pursuit of experimental science, and was the resort of needy young students, who enjoy...

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