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This unshakable, irrefutable consciousness of freedom, uncontrolled by experiment or argument, recognized by all thinkers and felt by everyone without exception, this consciousness without which no conception of man is possible constitutes the other side of the question.
Fully alive to the gravity and responsibilities of his marvellous discovery he had kept the results of his experimentation, and even the experiments themselves, a profound secret not only from his colleagues, but from his only daughter, who heretofore had shared his every hope and aspiration.
Although the plants in these experiments appeared perfectly healthy, and although both the ovules and pollen of the same flower were perfectly good with respect to other species, yet as they were functionally imperfect in their mutual self-action, we must infer that the plants were in an unnatural state.
Playmore does really try the experiment at Gleninch?
With your permission, therefore, I will merely watch the progress of the experiment.
He had been too much absorbed in his experiments to sustain it.
That is my experiment Will you help, Ben Weatherstaff?
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.
In every other spot the fire must necessarily be oblique, which would seriously militate against the success of the experiment.
They all drank it merrily, and began the experiment by lounging for the rest of the day.
So he looked around for something more solid with which to experiment.
I think myself bound to prove, in justice to both of us, that I am not asking you to try this experiment in deference to any theory of my own devising.