Book by Preston.
S. Zolver Preston, in his "Physics of the Ether" says: "A quantity of matter only 1 gram and of the normal velocity of the ether, or a wave of light encloses a state of energy represented by 1,000,000,000 foot tons. Or the mass of a grain contains an energy sufficient to project a weight of 100 tons to a height of 1.9 miles." [Snell Manuscript - The Book, page 3]
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SECTION I - Physical Constitution of the Ether
SECTION II - Propagation of Waves
SECTION III - The Phenomena of Attraction and Repulsion
SECTION IV - Mode of the Production of Motion through Vibration
SECTION V - The Physical Conditions of the Equilibrium of Molecules
SECTION VI - Mode of the Development and Absorption of Heat in Expansion and Contraction
SECTION VII - The Dynamic Effects of the Ether
SECTION VIII - Correlation of the Effects of Air Waves and Ether Waves
SECTION X - The Static Effects of the Ether
SECTION XI - Maximum Values of Cohesion, etc.
SECTION XII - Mechanical Value of the Action of the Ether on Molecules
SECTION XIII - The Impalpable Nature of the Ether
SECTION XIV - Constitution of the Ether; Physical Relations
SECTION XV - The Interchange of Motion in the Locomotive
SECTION XVI - The Identity of Physical Processes in their Fundamental Nature
SECTION XIX - The Interchange of Motion at the Discharge of a Gun
SECTION XX - The mode in which the supply of energy by the ether...
SECTION XXI - The Physical Conditions which determine Combustion
SECTION XXII - Absolute Quantity of Energy in the Unit Volume of Space
SECTION XXIII - Mass of the Ether
SECTION XXIV - the action of the ether in gravitation
SECTION XXV - The Electric Phenomena