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" For a long time it was accepted without hesitation that these bodies required great heat for their first consolidation. Their resemblance to the earth's volcanic rocks was insisted on by mineralogists. Professor J. Lawrence Smith in 1855 asserted without... "
Science - Síđa 172
breytti - 1886
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Constitution, List of Meetings, Officers, Committees, Fellows and ..., Útgáfa 35

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1887 - 498 síđur
...consolidation. Their resemblance to the earth's volcanic rocks was insisted on by mineralogists. Professor J. Lawrence Smith in 1855 asserted without reserve...terrestrial volcanoes." Director Haidinger, in 1861, said " \Vitli our present knowledge of natural laws these characteristically crystalline formations could...
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The Sidereal Messenger: A Monthly Review of Astronomy, Bindi 6

1887 - 382 síđur
...insisted on by mineralogists. Professor J. Lawrence Smith in 1855 asserted without reserve that 4' they have all been subject to a more or less prolonged...1861, said "With our present knowledge of natural laws the characteristically crystalline formations could not possible have come into existence except under...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Bindi 35

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1887 - 504 síđur
...consolidation. Their resemblance to the earth's volcanic rocks was insisted on by mineralogists. Professor J. Lawrence Smith in 1855 asserted without reserve...of terrestrial volcanoes." Director Haidinger, in 18C1, said " With our present knowledge of natural laws these characteristically crystalline formations...
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Proceedings, Bindi 35

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1887 - 506 síđur
...consolidation. Their resemblance to the earth's volcanic rocks was insisted on by mineralogists. Professor J. Lawrence Smith in 1855 asserted without reserve...of terrestrial volcanoes." Director Haidinger, in 1801, said " With our present knowledge of natural laws these characteristically crystalline formations...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1887 - 502 síđur
...volcanic rocks was insisted on by mineralogists. Professor J. Lawrence Smith in 1855 asserted withont reserve that " they have all been subject to a more...volcanoes." Director Haidinger, in 1861, said " With onr present knowledge of natural laws these characteristically crystalline formations could not possibly...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Bindi 35

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1887 - 498 síđur
...insisted on by mineralogists. Professor J. Lawrence Smith in 1855 asserted without reserve that " the}' have all been subject to a more or less prolonged...of terrestrial volcanoes." Director Haidinger, in 18G1, said " With our present knowledge of natural laws these characteristically crystalline formations...
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Nature, Bindi 41

1890 - 856 síđur
...the formation of meteorites will require to be modified. Thus, in 1855, Prof. Lawrence Smith stated : "They have all been subject to a more or less prolonged igneous action corre1 Proc. RS. January 1864. * Berlin Acad. Trans. 3 Quoted by Newton, NATURE, vol. xxxiv. p. 535....
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1855 - 496 síđur
...masses have a community of origin. " 2nd. At one period they formed parts of some large body. " 3rd. They have all been subject to a more or less prolonged...action corresponding to that of terrestrial volcanoes. " 4th. That their source must be deficient in oxygen. " 5th. That their average specific gravity is...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1861 - 1188 síđur
...Krasnoyarsk prove the power of crystallization to have remained active during a long period of time. With our present knowledge of natural laws, these...of high temperature combined with powerful pressure ; though we have to search in vain for a heated cosmical space, as supposed by Poisson. If we suppose...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1855 - 1070 síđur
...masses have a community of origin. " 2nd. At one period they formed parts of some large body. "3rd. They have all been subject to a more or less prolonged...action corresponding to that of terrestrial volcanoes. " 4th. That their source must be deficient in oxygen. " 5th. That their average specific gravity is...
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