The Universe a Vast Electric Organism by Geo. W. Warder

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Author Warder, Geo. W. (George Woodward), 1848-
LoC No. 04003383
Title The Universe a Vast Electric Organism
Contents The universe is a vast electric organism -- Electricity produces all the phenomena of nature -- Electrical creation, briefly stated. It seems to solve the riddle of the universe -- Electrical creation more fully stated confirms scientific evolution -- Man is a soul clad in air, a spirit in an electric organism -- All light, heat and life evolved only in the atmosphere of suns and planets -- Electrical derangement of the bodily organism produce sickness and death -- Recent electric discoveries and appliances, wireless telegraphy, etc. -- Present science is in a dubious and chaotic condition -- Electrical creation explains natural philosophy -- Science and philosophy sustain the religious concept -- Human reason and the universe are books of God, as well as the Bible -- Love is the electric law of life: all that live must come from loving -- Jacob's ladder is the electric pathway between suns and planets -- This electric universe is self-sustaining and eternal -- Are all suns and worlds inhabited? -- The electrical theory of creation will save modern science from pantheism.
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Language English
LoC Class Q: Science
Subject Science -- Miscellanea
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EBook-No. 36343
Release Date
Most Recently Updated Jun 3, 2019
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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