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Historical Papers

Charles Lane Poor
December 1924: A Test for Light Deflections Observed at Eclipses view

Charles Lane Poor
December 1926: Gravitation, Time, and Einstein view

Charles Lane Poor
July 1925: Relativity and the Motion of Mercury view

Dayton C. Miller
April 1926: Significance of the Ether-Drift Experiments of 1925 at Mount Wilson view

William Duncan MacMillan
July 1925: Some Mathematical Aspects of Cosmology, II view

William Duncan MacMillan
July 1925: Some Mathematical Aspects of Cosmology view

William Duncan MacMillan
July 1920: The Structure of the Universe view

William Duncan MacMillan
September 1927: Review: ’’Constitution et évolution de l’u... view

William Duncan MacMillan
February 1923: Cosmic Evolution. Second Part: The organisation and dissipation of... view

Charles Lane Poor
December 1923: Relativity: An Approximation view

Charles Lane Poor
March 1930: Triumph of Newton Seen in Discovery view

Charles Lane Poor
November 1923: Einstein Theory Assailed view

Charles Lane Poor
February 1921: Poor Says Einstein Fails in Evidence view

Charles Lane Poor
January 1924: Eclipse Casts Shadow on Relativity view

Charles Lane Poor
June 1921: Planetary Motions and the Einstein Theories. A Possible Alternativ... view

William Duncan MacMillan
February 1922: Some Postulates of Cosmology view

Earle Hesse Kennard
December 1922: The Trouton-Noble Experiment view

Leigh Page
January 1924: The Emission Theory of Electromagnetism view

Frank Schlesinger
August 1910: Spectroscopic and Visual Binaries view

Robert H. Baker
August 1910: Spectroscopic and Visual Binaries view

William Duncan MacMillan
August 1925: Some Mathematical Aspects of Cosmology, III view

William Duncan MacMillan
November 1912: The Domain of Computational Astronomy view

William Duncan MacMillan
October 1919: The Growth of the Solar System view

Daniel F. Comstock
May 1910: A Simple criterion for the detection of anomalies in the orbits of ... view

A. H. Bucherer
December 1908: On the Principle of Relativity. A reply to Mr. E. Cunningham. view

Sir William H. Bragg
October 1907: On the Properties and Natures of various Electric Radiations view

Harry Bateman
March 1915: The Structure of Æther view

J. S. Plaskett
April 1908: Notes on Mr. Barr's Paper view

W. F. King
April 1908: Notes on Mr. Barr's Paper view

J. Miller Barr
July 1909: Errata: The Orbits and ’’Velocity-Curves’’ ... view

J. Miller Barr
April 1908: The Orbits and ’’Velocity-Curves’’ of Spect... view

J. Miller Barr
April 1908: The Orbits and ’’Velocity-Curves’’ of Spect... view

Norman Campbell
February 1921: Theory and Experiment in Relativity view

Sir J. J. Thomson
1908: On the velocity of Secondary Cathode Rays from gases view

Sir J. J. Thomson
1908: The nature of the gamma rays view

Hans Thirring
October 1926: Critical remarks on the repetition of the Michelson Experiment on M... view

Hans Thirring
July 1926: Prof. Miller's Ether Drift Experiment view

Charles E. St. John
1910: The Atmosphere of the Sun and Relativity view

J. C. Slater
August 1925: The Nature of Radiation view

W. F. G. Swann
November 1925: The Stokes-Planck Theory and the Michelson-Morley Experiment view

G. I. Taylor
1909: Interference Fringes with Feeble Light view

Sir J. J. Thomson
June 1920: Mass, Energy and Radiation view

Sir J. J. Thomson
July 1910: On the Theory of Radiation view

W. Voigt
March 1887: On Doppler's Principle view

J. C. Slater
March 1924: Radiation and Atoms view

Sir George G. Stokes
1896: The Luminiferous Ether view

Sir George G. Stokes
July 1845: On the Aberration of Light view

Sir George G. Stokes
February 1846: On On Fresnel's Theory of the Aberration of Light view

Sir George G. Stokes
July 1846: On the Constitution of the Luminiferous Ether view

Sir George G. Stokes
May 1848: On the Constitution of the Luminiferous Ether view