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“We can't simply stand by and hope for spontaneous transformations like Leif's.”
“I think the answer to Leif's criticism is to insert something to the effect that for the example we have assumed that the two plates are attached to infinite heat baths while in the real situation you have to include the solar source and space, which is a thermal sink at 3K, but the principle is illustrative.”
“The answer to Leif's criticism is that the system does not have to stay at those temperatures.”
“People who follow up on your suggestion to look at Leif's Flickr page on Dorne will be richly rewarded.”
“Her son Leif's name was misspelled as Lief, and he is 18, not 17.”
“It is altogether probable that the conjectures of Columbus were confirmed into conviction by the Icelandic traditions of Leif's discovery, during his sojourn at Rejkjawik.”
“So they set a new course by the stars that night and before Leif's arm had ceased to tingle they saw the black walls of rock that guarded the entrance to his haven.”
“But if we locate Leif's house at the mouth of the Moose River, for instance, it would be easy.”
“The American colony of Thorfinn Karlsefne, the husband of the widow of Leif's brother Thorstein, founded in the year 1003, had been discontinued three years later on account of the hostility of the Esquimaux.”
“Here Colombo met the descendants of those brave Norsemen who in the tenth century had settled in Greenland and who had visited America in the eleventh century, when Leif's vessel had been blown to the coast of Vineland, or Labrador.”
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