The Law of Interstellar Measurements

Chicago Times-Herald

One of the most notable scientific discoveries in a century is claimed by an electrical engineer now in this city. H. Barringer Cox, who is known throughout the scientific world for his investigations in electrical phenomena.

This discovery is the long-sought-for law for the measurement of distance between the earth and the sun, moon, and other planets and stars in space. Mr. Cox calls it "the law of interstellar measurements." In importance it is claimed to rank with Newton's law of gravitation.

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