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" And when finally we consider underground temperature we find ourselves driven to the conclusion that the existing state of things on the earth, life on the earth, and all geological history showing continuity of life, must be limited within some such... "
The American Journal of Science - PÓgina 399
1886
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Evolution, The Stone Book, And, The Mosaic Record of Creation

Thomas Cooper - 1878 - 188 pÓgines
...years. Therefore, reasons Sir William Thomson, who is said to be the first mathematician in Europe, " the existing state of things on the earth, life on the earth, and all geological history showing continuity of life, must be limited within some such period as a...
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Evolution, The Stone Book, And, The Mosaic Record of Creation

Thomas Cooper - 1878 - 188 pÓgines
...years. Therefore, reasons Sir William Thomson, who is said to be the first mathematician in Europe, " the existing state of things on the earth, life on the earth, and all geological history showing continuity of life, must be limited within some such period as a...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volum 56

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1887
...nevertheless they undoubtedly constitute a contribution of the first importance to physical geology. Whilst, then, we may protest against the precision with which...Tait seeks to deduce results from them, we are fully j ustified in following Sir William Thomson, who says that ' the existing state of things on the earth,...
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Scottish Geographical Magazine

1899
...nevertheless they undoubtedly constitute a contribution of the first importance to physical geology. Whilst, then, we may protest against the precision with which Professor Tait seeks to deduce resuZts from them, we are fully justified in following Sir William Thomson, who says that ' the existing...
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Landscape in History: And Other Essays

Sir Archibald Geikie - 1905 - 352 pÓgines
...nevertheless they undoubtedly constitute a contribution of the first importance to physical geology. Whilst, then, we may protest against the precision with which...existing state of things on the earth, life on the earth—all geological history showing continuity of life, must be limited within some such period...
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