Potential Matter.—A Holiday Dream

@article{SchusterPotentialMH,
  title={Potential Matter.—A Holiday Dream},
  author={Arthur Sir Schuster},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={58},
  pages={367-367}
}
WHEN the year's work is over and all sense of responsibility has left us, who has not occasionally set his fancy free to dream about the unknown, perhaps the unknowable? And what should more frequently cross our dreams than what is so persistently before us in our serious moments of consciousness—the universal law of gravitation. We can leave our spectroscopes and magnets at home, but we cannot fly from the mysterious force which causes the rain-drops to fall from the clouds, and our children… Expand
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