Physics & Mechanics

Memoir and Correspondence of Caroline Herschel

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Margaret Herschel


For many people, the name Caroline Herschel will be unfamiliar, but she was one of the most significant women on the English scientific scen…

The General Principle of Relativity: In Its Philosophical and Historical Aspect

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Herbert Wildon Carr


The main purpose of this book is to show the historical relations of the new principle to the old philosophical problems and to the classica…

The Stratagems and The Aqueducts of Rome

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Sextus Julius Frontinus


Frontinus' Stratagems is a collection of examples of military stratagems from Greek and Roman history, which the author comments based on h…

Miscellanea Curiosa, Vol 1

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Edmond Halley


"The Royal Society is a Fellowship of many of the world's most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous ex…

Einstein and the Universe

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Charles Nordmann


"M. Nordmann has presented Einstein’s principle in words which lift the average reader over many of the difficulties he must encounter …

Astronomy: The Science of the Heavenly Bodies

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David Todd


The progress of astronomy from age to age has been far from uniform—rather by leaps and bounds: from the earliest epoch when man's planet ea…

The Romance of Modern Mechanism

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Archibald Williams


In 1910, when this book was published, the advancement of modern mechanism was still moving at a rapid pace. It must have seemed like very d…

Our Atomic World: The Story of Atomic Energy

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C. Jackson Craven


This booklet is part of the "Understanding the Atom Series" published by the Division of Technical Information of the U.S. Atomic …

Faraday As A Discoverer

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John Tyndall


This is the first of two related Faraday projects. It is about Faraday and deals more with biographical references to Faraday, outlining the…

Mars and Its Canals

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Percival Lowell


In the days before telescope photography, astronomers had to draw what they thought they saw through the eyepiece throughout the long dark n…

The Romance of Modern Electricity

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Charles R. Gibson


From the series, The Library of Romance, this book introduces the reader to the modern concepts of electricity. The author discusses how ma…

Meteorology, On the Universe & On Breath

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Aristotle


Meteorology (Greek: Μετεωρολογικά; Latin: Meteorologica or Meteora) by Aristotle Translated by Erwin Wentworth Webster before he fell in act…

The Romance of Modern Astronomy

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Hector Macpherson


From the series, The Library of Romance, the reader is introduced in this book to the modern astronomy of 1911. The author discusses our sol…

The Atom and the Ocean

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E. W. Seabrook Hull


This is one of the publications in the “Understanding the Atom” Series from the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission. Topics covered include an o…

Little Masterpieces of Science - The Skies and The Earth

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George Iles


The Skies and the Earth is another in the series Little Masterpieces of Science edited by George Iles and published in 1902. It includes es…

Scientific American Supplement, No. 415, December 15, 1883

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Various


The Scientific American claims to be the oldest continuously published periodical in the United States, have launched its first publication …

Scientific American Supplement, No. 492, June 6, 1885

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Various


The Scientific American may be the oldest continuously published periodical in the United States, havinge launched its first publication in …

Thunder and Lightning

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Camille Flammarion


It would be an interesting thing to make a careful study once a year, towards the end of the summer, of the habits and customs of thunder an…

The Animate and the Inanimate

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William James Sidis


Sidis wrote The Animate and the Inanimate to elaborate his thoughts on the origin of life, cosmology, and the potential reversibility of the…

Scientific American Supplement, No. 446, July 19, 1884

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Various


The Scientific American may be the oldest continuously published periodical in the United States, havinge launched its first publication in …

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