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And Gulliver Returns Book V : My Visit to Singaling

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...d won it. Singaling has joined Singapore in its Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology. Researchers from around the world clamor to be... ... Singaling has joined Singapore in its Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology. Researchers from around the world clamor to be allowed to work in...

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First and Last Things : A Confession of Faith and a Rule of Life

By: H. G. Wells

...be- lief in the objective reality of classification of which my studies in biology and mineralogy had largely disabused me. Logic, it seemed to me, ha... ...igh, nor eye to see. The uni- verse at that plane to which the mind of the molecular physi- 20 First and Last Things cist descends has none of the sh... ...om- mon life whatever. This hand with which I write is, in the universe of molecular physics, a cloud of warring atoms and molecules, combining and re... ...ere of ether. You see, I hope, what I mean when I say that the universe of molecular physics is at a different level from the universe of common exper... ...f vibration of that. We have reached to a con- ception of that universe of molecular physics by a great en- terprise of organised analysis, and our un... ...y,—but what is its value beyond that? Is the scientific method of value in biology? The great advances made by Darwin and his school in biology were n... ...de. The science of society stands at the extreme end of the scale from the molecular sciences. In these latter there is an infinitude of units; in soc... ...xclu- sively from them. The order is not hereditary—we know just enough of biology and the uncertainties of inheritance to know how silly that would b...

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A Modern Utopia

By: H. G. Wells

...exclusively from them. The order is not hereditary— we know just enough of biology and the uncertainties of inheritance to know how silly that would b... ...eigh nor eye to see. The uni- verse at that plane to which the mind of the molecular physi- cist descends has none of the shapes or forms of our com- ... ...com- mon life whatever. This hand with which I write is in the universe of molecular physics a cloud of warring atoms and molecules, combining and rec... ...re of ether. You see, I hope, what I mean, when I say that the universe of molecular physics is at a different level from the universe of common exper... ...f vibration or that. We have reached to a con- ception of that universe of molecular physics by a great en- terprise of organised analysis, and our un...

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An Englishman Looks at the World Being a Series of Unrestrained Remarks Upon Contemporary Matters

By: H. G. Wells

...gy—but what is its value beyond that? Is the scientific method of value in biology? The great advances made by Darwin and his school in biol- ogy were... ...us as with that, sociology stands at the extreme end of the scale from the molecular sciences. In these latter there is an infinitude of units; in soc... ... so forth. I wish, in- deed, it were possible to believe that substituting biology for Greek prose composition or history with models and photo- 161 ...

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