Science Brevities

Date: 
Saturday, February 23, 1901
Volume: 
15
Pages: 
227-227
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V°1 XXH N0 3] THE LITERARY DIGEST F¢bru=1ry23, 1901 227 SCIENCE BREVITIES. “UNLEss, we are entirely wrong in our premises," says The Elestnznl Wafldand E»lg~|)|e:r,“we think Mr. Tesla is mistaken in his ideas oi the mechanism of crnnsmming einen-ie mdinni energy from one planet eo nn- cther. We hope that Mr. Tesla will pnblisha precise description of the phenomena which he observed, and which led him to suppose that ultra- terrean causes were at work. From his well-known experimental skill, A rlescrlpiion of his Observakinns before some scienime body would doublless be extremely interesting. Uur renders ann not hut ngrue ln some extant with the sllltorlnl |u'll\:lu In the Now York 7)‘1Y»11/lr, which, sprmkllig for the lay public, venznres to any; ‘n is to be regmrna nun the nm news of me Incident was not given an a scienunu society of sznnuing, miner than to n philanthropic organization or an ordinary newspaper! "

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