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  • Ordinary physics and chemistry, even atomistics and quantum theory, gave you no special problems.

    Explorations

  • "The precision their filters would require seems greater than the laws of atomistics would allow."

    Explorations

  • If nothing else, Terra was the data bank, as complete as flesh and atomistics could achieve.

    The Day of Their Return

  • If nothing else, Terra was the data bank, as complete as flesh and atomistics could achieve.

    The Day Of Their Return

  • Only then will mathematics be practically effective in bringing the growing knowledge of atomistics to the useful solution of the advanced problems of chemistry, metallurgy, and biology.

    As We May Think

  • That might only be an elaboration of the everyday'the sharp distinction between water, solid ground, and air-but the idea of layered space accounted well for experimental data and closely paralleled the relativistic concept of a metric varying from point to point, as well as the wave-mechanical basis of atomistics and the hyperdrive.

    Ensign Flandry

  • Only then will mathematics be practically effective in bringing the growing knowledge of atomistics to the useful solution of the advanced problems of chemistry, metallurgy, and biology.

    As We May Think

  • Materialists and Monists, to extend his "kinetic atomistics" to the domain of the soul and the intellectual.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • a primitive, determined, ante-moral one, — a sort of moral atomistics, which, in order to escape the difficulty of the notion of free self-determination, assumes a much greater incomprehensibility.

    Christian Ethics. Volume II.���Pure Ethics.

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