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IN the Philosophical Magazine (6), 8, 716, 1904, an experiment was described, designed to test the effect of the earth's rotation on the velocity of light. In consequence of atmospheric disturbances,… (More)
IN view of the experiments of Young and Forbes on the velocity of light, and of the article published by Lord Rayleigh on the subject, it may not be out of place to state as a fact which seemed at… (More)
WILL you have the kindness to publish the following as a preliminary announcement:—The following method of measuring the velocity of light dispenses with Foucault's concave reflector, and permits,… (More)
IF you can spare the space please state that the corrected result for the velocity of light (NATURE, vol. xxi. p. 94) is— 299944 ± 50 kilometres, or. 186380 ± 33 miles per second.
IN reply to Mr. Love's remarks in NATURE of October 13, I would say that in the series in which In sin nx is the last term considered, x must be taken smaller than π/n in order to find the values of… (More)