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SOME little time ago Mr. Kempe published in NATURE a theorem of interest in kinematics. I subsequently stated in the same pages that this theorem and all theorems of uniplanar kinematics are most… (More)
THESE words are ascribed to Dr. Hopkinson in his speech at the Royal Society on behalf of the medallists; and as they are calculated to sustain a belief which, Heaven knows, is already widely enough… (More)
IN my paper in last week's NATURE (p. 278), read “1/60; inch pitch” instead of “1/16; inch pitch” for the micrometer screw. The diagram has been turned round counterclockwise.
I HAVE to thank Mr. R. J. Moss (January 2, p. 198) for the true explanation of the extraordinary increase of conductivity of a selenium bridge enclosed in an exhausted tube. The air pump employed, in… (More)
SOME time ago Mr. “John O'Toole,” in the columns of NATURE, waged war against that hideous monstrosity Potential Energy, and he very aptly summarised his case against this term by saying that it… (More)
PERHAPS you will allow me to make known through your columns to those who have from time to time made inquiries concerning my Absolute Sine Electrometer, that, after many months' work, I have… (More)
ON the invitation of Mr. W. E. Wilson, I came here a few days ago for the purpose of trying whether it was possible or not to obtain measurable electromotive forces from the light of the planets and… (More)
IN compliance with a wish expressed by several scientific friends, I place on record an instance of damage done by a fire-ball or globular lightning. About five weeks ago, when I was in Londonderry,… (More)