But these were mere trifles, and they assured their mother that the experiment
was working finely.
Certainly I do; and your mistake has been in supposing that an experiment
which no few every-day married couples would be only too glad to try, was ever meant for two such love-birds as you.
I saw him try both experiments
upon a dog, but could not discern any effect from the former.
You don't inquire where the dead things on which you experiment
But if the experiment
was a failure, he would go back to his workbench and try some different plan.
of this nature would always be hazardous in the face of a constitution in any degree competent to its own defense, and of a people enlightened enough to distinguish between a legal exercise and an illegal usurpation of authority.
This conclusion cannot be invalidated by alleging that the State in which the experiment
was made was at that crisis, and had been for a long time before, violently heated and distracted by the rage of party.
With your permission, therefore, I will merely watch the progress of the experiment
Four of the best canoes were accordingly selected for the experiment
, and were transported to the place on the shoulders of sixteen of the men.
So he looked around for something more solid with which to experiment
However often experiment
and reasoning may show a man that under the same conditions and with the same character he will do the same thing as before, yet when under the same conditions and with the same character he approaches for the thousandth time the action that always ends in the same way, he feels as certainly convinced as before the experiment
that he can act as he pleases.
This phase of the many possibilities which he had realized might be contingent upon even the partial success of his work alone had escaped his consideration, so that the first wave of triumphant exultation with which he had viewed the finished result of this last experiment
had been succeeded by overwhelming consternation as he saw the thing which he had created gasp once or twice with the feeble spark of life with which he had endowed it, and expire--leaving upon his hands the corpse of what was, to all intent and purpose, a human being, albeit a most grotesque and misshapen thing.