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Modern cosmogonies,

Author: Agnes M Clerke
Publisher: London, A. and C. Black, 1905.
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Clerke, Agnes M. (Agnes Mary), 1842-1907.
Modern cosmogonies.
London, A. and C. Black, 1905
(OCoLC)593209666
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Agnes M Clerke
OCLC Number: 2793324
Description: vii, 287 pages 20 cm
Contents: From Thales to Kant.--The nebular hypothesis.--Criticisms of the nebular hypothesis.--The nebular hypothesis varied and improved.--Tidal friction as an agent in cosmogony.--The fission of rotating globes.--World-building out of meteorites.--Cosmogony in the twentieth century.--Protyle: what is it?--Universal forces.--The inevitable ether.--The forms of nebulæ.--The procession of suns.--Our own system.--Remnants and survivals.--Life as the outcome.
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