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" ... implies. The exact nature of the chemical changes which hydrothermal action may effect in the earth's interior will long remain obscure to us, because the regions where they take place are inaccessible to man ; but the manner in which volcanoes have... "
The Mining and Smelting Magazine - Seite 212
1864
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which is ..., Band 10

1864
...because the regions where they take place are inaccessible to man ; but the manner in which volcanoes have shifted their position throughout a vast series...heat or the igneous fluidity of the earth's nucleus. CfrtMTcA.1, Nora, I Sept. 84, 1(84. f British Association. We have omitted those portions of the President's...
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Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Band 1

1864
...because the regions where they take place are inaccessible to man ; but the manner in which volcanoes have shifted their position throughout a vast series...heat or the igneous fluidity of the earth's nucleus." were then divided ;" and when the sea flowed over Mool Tryfaen, a hill near the Mcnai Straits, where...
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The Sanitary Review, Band 1

1864
...position throughout a vast series of geological epochs — hecoming extinct in one region and hreaking out in another — may, perhaps, explain the increase...heat or the igneous fluidity of the earth's nucleus. I hinted, at the heginning of this ad,iress, that the hot springs of Bath may he of no high antiquity,...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Band 1

James Samuelson, William Crookes - 1864
...because the regions where they take place are inaccessible to man ; but the manner in which volcanoes have shifted their position throughout a vast series...— becoming extinct in one region and breaking out iu another — may perhaps explain the increase of heat as we descend, towards the interior, without...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Band 34

1865
...the earth's interior will long remain obscure to us, because the regions where they take place aro inaccessible to man ; but the manner in which voléanos...heat or the igneous fluidity of the earth's nucleus. I hinted, at the beginning of this Address, that the hot springs of Bath may be of no high antiquity,...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

1865
...because the regions where they take place are inaccessible to man ; but the manner in which volcanoes have shifted their position throughout a vast series...heat or the igneous fluidity of the earth's nucleus. Recent Geological Changes in the Configuration of Great Britain. — It is already more than a quarter...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1865
...because the regions where they take place are inaccessible to man ; but the manner in which volcanoes have shifted their position throughout a vast series...towards the interior, without the necessity of our up|M.-aling to an original central heat or the igneous Üuidity of the earth's nucleus. tiecciU Geological...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1865
...because the regions where they take place are inaccessible to man ; but the manner in which volcanos have shifted their position throughout a vast series...perhaps, explain the increase of heat as we descend toward the interior, without the necessity of our appealing to an original central heat, or the igneous...
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The Intellectual Observer, Band 6

1865
...geological epochs may, perhaps, explain the increase of heat as we descend to the interior of the earth, without the necessity of our appealing to an original...heat, or the igneous fluidity of the earth's nucleus. Great changes within comparatively recent periods have taken place in the climate, not only of Britain...
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The baptist Magazine

1866
...; " and that " the increase of heat as we descend to the interior " of our globe may be explained " without the necessity of our appealing to an original...heat, or the igneous fluidity of the earth's nucleus ! " Alas, alas ! we fear there has been little verification in these departments of science, or there...
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