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(37)BACON'S PHILOSOPHY

          The name of Bacon (1561-1624), the founder of Modern Philosophy of Atomism is unknown now though his philosophy pervades the entire world. In my view, Bacon is the Satan the second. He seduced the posterity of Adam exactly in the same manner as Satan the first, had seduced Adam. And see the philosophy of Bacon. It is the exact antithesis of revealed religion. I am bound to tell this world strange things but I will not utter a word without a scientific and logical proof. Satan had promised Adam the place of an angel and an eternal kingdom and the revelation of mysteries, if Adam would taste the forbidden tree. This ruined Adam.

 

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(38)BACON'S WORLDLY DESIRES AND HIS PHILOSOPHY

Macaulay has expressed his opinion that Bacon unworthy employed his time in woolsack and the council board, and that if Bacon had employed all his time in study, and that his civil ends had been moderate, he would have fulfilled a large part of his own magnificent predictions. He would have led his followers, not only to the verge but, into the heart of the promised land. He would not merely have pointed out, but would have divided the spoil. And above all, he would have left not only a great, but a spotless name.

 

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(39)THE ATOMIC FIRE AND ENCOMPASSING FEATURES.

The atomic bomb explosion assumes the form of an inverted cauldron that covers an area of miles. Its radioactive fallout forms yet another enclosure around the first and covers still larger areas. The fallout of the megaton thermo-nuclear bomb forms a global enclosure that covers the entire earth. No doubt conventional bomb too may be seen to cover an area, yet the atomic bomb holds an incomparatively superior place in comparison.

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(40)THE PRESENT STATE OF OUR KNOWLEDGE OF RADIATIONS IN REFERENCE TO RADIO BIOLOGY.

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I want to produce in the manner of analysis, three factors, namely, the extent of our present knowledge of Radiations in Radiobiology, and our knowledge of the varieties of radiation, and the extent of our control in the effects of radiation, so that the reader may himself judge the plausibility of the adoption of atomic energy at this stage in the light of the hazards incident on it.

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