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Untitled [Illustration: THE GREAT SCARLET SOLAR PROMINENCES, WHICH ARE SUCH A NOTABLE FEATURE OF THE SOLAR PHENOMENA, ARE IMMENSE OUTBURSTS OF FLAMING HYDROGEN RISING SOMETIMES TO A HEIGHT OF 500,000 MILES] THE OUTLINE OF SCIENCE A PLAIN STORY SIMPLY TOLD EDITED BY J. ARTHUR THOMSON REGIUS PROFESSOR OF NATURAL HISTORY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN WITH OVER 800 ILLUSTRATIONS OF WHICH ABOUT 40 ARE IN COLOUR IN FOUR VOLUMES G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS NEW YORK AND LONDON The Knickerbocker press Copyright, 1922 by G. P. Putnam's Sons _First Printing April, 1922 Second Printing April, 1922
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Unformatted text preview: Third Printing April, 1922 Fourth Printing April, 1922 Fifth Printing June, 1922 Sixth Printing June, 1922 Seventh Printing June, 1922 Eighth Printing June, 1922 Ninth Printing August, 1922 Tenth Printing September, 1922 Eleventh Printing Sept., 1922 Twelfth Printing, May, 1924_ Made in the United States of America INTRODUCTORY NOTE By Professor J. Arthur Thomson Was it not the great philosopher and mathematician Leibnitz who said that the more knowledge advances the more it becomes possible to Page 1...
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