James Prescott Joule Quote

Matter is endowed with an exceedingly great variety of wonderful properties, some of which are common to all matter, while others are present variously, so as to constitute a difference between one body and another.


Memoir of James Prescott Joule, Chapter I (p. 3), Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society. Manchester, England. 1892

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Matter is endowed with an exceedingly great variety of wonderful properties, some of which are common to all matter, while others are present...

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Matter is endowed with an exceedingly great variety of wonderful properties, some of which are common to all matter, while others are present...

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Matter is endowed with an exceedingly great variety of wonderful properties, some of which are common to all matter, while others are present...

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Matter is endowed with an exceedingly great variety of wonderful properties, some of which are common to all matter, while others are present...