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riNERGY IN ATOMS
Likened to Infinite Power In an
EACH ONE IS A TINY WORLD.
If All Should Burst Their Wall at
Once the Universe Would Diatolve
In an Inetant A Mnqio Korce That
Science Is Seeking to Control,
Do joii remember w hrn Alnddln
IihiS, ut lust, got down Inter tli i-iiw
untler the tiie. uti.it liii'Xiiresslliie mnr
rets liu found n round lilmV Hut iuimmiu
nil tin' rlclii-s of the enve there wiim
only one little clust covered thing that
vni rcully orlh tliu risk tie tiiul run.
bcunusv It iilnne whs truly novel uiul
uullke iin.vtliliiR cNe In ihu world the
necruiii.iiiUc liitnp ttint hud the genie
for lw slave. With (hut in Ills poiies
slon the poor boy wim nioro powerful
than all the monarch In the world
provided that he knew now to handle
the lump, uud that knowledge came to
him by Accident
1 have Just liven pondering over some
stntenients by Jean Uecquerel. tlm
French pbyKlcht. nbout tho con t phi.'
of the atoms of which matter Is com
posed, nnd they have forcibly recalled
Aladdin's adventures to my mind. The
Interior of nn atom is a little world
Infinitely mure marvelous than the
envo that contained the magic lamp,
and it conceals powers Incomparably
greater than that of Aladdin's good
To the scientific imagination the In
side of nn ntora Is Inversely as won
drous ns the stnrry heavens, it Is In
finite power packed Into Inflnlteslnml
space. That of course, is nn exag
geration; but this Is a case in which
one has to speak In Imposing figures,
because the facts surpass atl ordinary
"The atom." says Jean Becqnerel.
"Is a closed world, or almost closed,
nnd It Is that fact which constitutes
This "closed world" of the atom Is
so small that If we could Increase the
powers of onr microscopes a thou
sandfold vee could not render It visible,
nnd yet that minute specie of matter
Incloses a "solar system" ss elaborate
as that of the great sun with Its
planets, nnd keeps locked tip there an
energy so colossal that the plainest
statements of fact that can be made
about It seem like wild dreams.
"The emanation from radlnm" la
substance whose atoms spontaneously
give out at least a part of their en
ergy! "Is capable of liberating 2.500,000
times more energy trisn the most vio
lent chemical reaction known."
The world within the atom ordinarily
behaves as If It bad no concern with
the world outside. It Is sufficient unto
Itself. It Is s little medieval China,
with closed porta and Insurmountable
walla all round. SUli. a very few atoms.
like rhfMA of rnrllnm h.va iMitiifM.
to communicate with the outer world
by a kind of explosion.
If all atoms should burst their walls
simultaneously the whole universe
wonld be dissolved In an Instant
The atoms that do disintegrate pass
from change to change. Within their
limits the foundations of matter are
broken op; the distinctions of the fun
dsmental elements are confounded;
things lose their nature and shirt Into
other thlogs; uranium gives birth to
radlnm nnd to polonium; radium brings
forth helium, and the last transforma
tion of polonium that has thus far been
observed Is. Into plain lend! It Is like n
transmigration of atomic souls.
But this Is not the only, consequence
of the opening of the world ot the
ntom. That opening releases energy In
forms which we can recognize und
which some day perhaps we may be
able to atillze.
Atomic energy Is thp mnglc lamp
that the Aladdin ut science has fouml
d nature's secret cave.
One dy Aladdin's mother found the
rusty lamp where he had cast It nside
ns useless and thought that she would
polish It up. Instantly, nt the first vig
orous rub. the slave of the lump stood
before her, ready to do her bidding!
The Alnddln of science has not
thrown his lamp aside. Re knows It Is
full of magic. He Is sure that If he
rubs u arlRbf the genle will appear be
fore blm. but be baa not yet learned
the right stroke. And perhaps after all
It will be with blm as it was with the
otbtr Aladdin accident will teach blm
When that day cornea. If ever It does,
there will hardly be any limit to the
transforming power of man over the
world be lives lB.-Garrett P. Berrhts
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BEAUTY OF THE HUDSON.
Its Picturesque Scenery Far Surpasses
That ot tne Rhine.
The Iludmiii rher is wry reinnrknlile
In tievurul respect In the ilrst place,
for 1.10 miles of Its length It Is nut a
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to (he ocean Its ruck tiotti with the
exception of n few islands. Is iiulow
sea level. Iluw fur in-low. It Is not
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King mountain engineer irVl a Hum
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Hint llll the gorge under the water and
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fnmou fllghlands of (be Hudson, be
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ago, are of the s.ime Archaean rocks
nnd were once n group of islands. The
Cntskllls nre more modern and the
Palisades Mill younger. The latter
rising ulicer HUO to MI0 feet ubove the
water's edge, were once a tlcry molten
mass nnd their columnar shape Is due
to the manner In which the mass cool
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