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" Meeting. [Nov. 30, whether, like a phoenix, it shall hereafter give rise to some other outcome from its own ashes, it will ever be remembered as having set many active minds at work, and will always have a place in the history of Solar Physics. "
Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Page 367
by Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - 1884
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 34

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1883
...said ; and that, whether the theory be ultimately established, or 306 Anniversary Meeting. [Nov. 30, whether, like a phoenix, it shall hereafter give rise...always have a place in the history of Solar Physics. In Mathematics, definite integrals, and elliptic and the higher transcendents continue to occupy much...
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On the Conservation of Solar Energy: A Collection of Papers and Discussions

Sir Charles William Siemens - Solar energy - 1883 - 111 pages
...your opening address to the Royal Society in November last, when you expressed yourself as follows : " Upon the questions therein raised the last word has...always have a place in the history of solar physics." While cordially accepting the position you thus assign to the question at issue, I have been induced...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volume 20

James Samuelson, William Crookes - Science - 1883
...here to say that upon the questions therein raised the last word has been by no means said ; and that whether the theory be ultimately established, or whether,...always have a place in the history of Solar Physics." Dr. Spottiswoode attributes to the theory a novelty it cannot claim, as he may see from a letter, "...
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The Journal of Science and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology, Industrial ...

1883
...here to say that upon the questions therein raised the last word has been by no means said ; and that whether the theory be ultimately established, or whether,...always have a place in the history of Solar Physics." Dr. Spottiswoode attributes to the theory a novelty it cannot claim, as he may see from a letter, "...
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Nature, Volume 27

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1883
...whether the theory be ultimately establishtd, or whether, like a phœnix, it shall hereafter give lise to some other outcome from its own ashes, it will...always have a place in the history of Solar Physics. In Mathematics, definite integrals, and elliptic and the higher transcendents continue to occupy much...
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Nature, Volume 27

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1883
...ultimately establish! d, or whether, like a phoenix, it .-.hall hereafter give ii;e to some other c utcorr.e from its own ashes, it will ever be remembered as...always have a place in the history of Solar Physics. In Mathematics, definite integrals, and elliptic and the higher transcendents continue to occupy much...
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The Observatory, Volume 6

Astronomy - 1883
...Siemens's theory will at least, in the words of the late lamented President of the Royal Society, " ever be remembered as having set many active minds...always have a place in the history of solar physics." COBBESPONDENCE. To the Editor of ' The Observatory.' Determination of Local Longitudes in the Indian...
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Nature, Volume 27

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1883
...like a phœnix, it shall hereafter give lise to some other outcome from its own ashes, it will e\er be remembered as having set many active minds at work,...always have a place in the history of -Solar Physics. In Mathematics, definite integrals, and elliptic and the higher transcendents continue to occupy much...
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Nature, Volume 27

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1883
...establish* d, or whether, like a ptuenix, it shall hereafter give ibe t) some other c.utcome from it- own ashes, it will ever be remembered as having set many active minds at work, and Ģill always have a place in the history of Solar Physics. In Mathematics, definite integrals, and...
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