The 'world of the infinitely little': connecting physical and psychical realities circa 1900

This paper analyses the fraught relationship between physics, the ‘occult sciences’ in the decades aroundFor some there was no relationship at all, Spiritualists converged for others there was a relationship but they did not agree on what it looked likeMany physicists, the electrical theory of matter , others in interpreting X-rays, Psychic Other Aspects of the ‘New’ Physics As Powerful Ways of Rendering, occult effects scientifically more understandableHowever they were opposed by commentators on physics who agreed that there was a relationship between the ‘new’ physics & Research Psychical.
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