Vision in Nature and Vision Aided by Science; Science and Warfare.

Abstract

THE last occasion that the British Association met at Cambridge was in 1904, under the presidency of my revered relative, Lord Balfour, who at the time actually held the position of Prime Minister. That a Prime Minister should find it possible to undertake this additional burden brings home to us how much the pace has quickened in national activities, and I may add, anxieties, between that time and this. Lord Balfour in his introductory remarks recalled the large share which Cambridge had had in the developinent of physics from the time of Newton down to

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@article{Rayleigh1938VisionIN, title={Vision in Nature and Vision Aided by Science; Science and Warfare.}, author={L Rayleigh}, journal={Science}, year={1938}, volume={88 2279}, pages={204-8} }