1. the mechanical energy that a body has by virtue of its motion
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  • K.E. von Baer, the founder of the whole present science of the history of development, has certainly a most competent judgment of the correctness of this so-called biogenetic maxim; and he convincingly shows, in his essay on "Darwin's Doctrine," that the embryos never represent a former animalic form, but that their development follows the principle of representing first the common characteristics of the class, then those of the order, etc., until finally the individual characteristics appear in the formation. The Theories of Darwin and Their Relation to Philosophy, Religion, and Morality
  • Max K.E.L. Planck put forward his radically new idea that the radiated energy could only be emitted in quanta, i.e. portions that had a certain definite value, larger for the short wavelengths than for the long ones (equal to a constant times the frequency for each quantum). The Nobel Prizes in Physics 1901-2000
  • Then when the 7th finishes their job of guiding towards the goal (hint, hint 7th is the goal and it is clearly in sight), the new race is born (1st & 2nd subraces and 7th subrace) all together ready to undertake the years ahead of it. k.e. Yet Another Creationist Meltdown - The Panda's Thumb
  • For after scientists like K.E. von Baer and others had already declared it probable that this bathybius is only a precipitate of organic relics, no less a person than the discoverer of the bathybius, in the "Annals of The Theories of Darwin and Their Relation to Philosophy, Religion, and Morality
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