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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 72


TO ILLUSTRATE PROFESSOR BICKERTON'S COSMIC THEORY. sowing an Impact of two dead Suns, forming a temporary and two variable Stars. A facsimile of a diagram showing the mode of Birth of a New Star as deduced from the Theory of Impact, printed in 1879, thirteen years before the constitution of such bodies had been demonstrated. The Triplicity of the New Star in the Chariot and the high velocity of two of its components was demonstrated by the Astronomers of Europe and American in 1882. Particulars of this generalization, that includes the origin of the universe, may be obtained from A. W. BICKERTON, Canterbury College University of New Zealand Fig. 1—Pair of stars distorted and coming into impact. Fig. 2—fair of stars in impact. Fig. 3—Stars passing out of impact, and formation of third body. Fig. 4—bnowing entanglement of matter in each body. Fig. 5—Two variables and a temporary star.