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Recent scientific discovery in London amazes specialists. Professor Ramsey's discovery that the elements can be changed one into another is felt to have changed the foundations of science. Professor Lodge declares that matter, after all, is only the weapon and vehicle of mind. "Every act of human thought is accompanied with the change of the molecules in the brain." He thinks that an essentially similar process is going on through the inorganic world, and asks whether all this motion does not correspond to some universal thought or to some mental activity. This new theory seems to be a scientific interpretation of the position long taken by the Christian Scientists. Perhaps Christian Science will claim Professor Lodge's scientific surmises create a presumption in favor of Mrs. Eddy's views being, after all, the ultimate reality.

Boston (Mass.) Journal.

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Light in Dark Places
January 16, 1904

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