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THE able article in NATURE of January 7 (p. 277) by “R. D. O”., and the useful notes appended thereto, have no doubt been read with interest by students of physical geology all the world over. I(More)
IT seems to me that the force of the arguments of Profs. Lankester and Ramsay in last week's NATURE (May 28, pp. 76, 78), so far as they harmonize with each other, would have to be admitted, if the(More)
PROF. COLE (NATURE, September 12, p. 37) would scarcely maintain the assumption that the stones seen in Boulder Clay were in the “englacial” distribution of the materials in closer juxtaposition than(More)
IN NATURE, vol. lxvi. p. 320, I directed attention to the insignificant place which science still holds in comparison with languages in our secondary education, as indicated hy the results of the(More)