__COSMIC MACHINERY IN AN ELECTRO-MAGNETIC UNIVERSE — By CAPTAIN H.A. STAPLES — 1st Edition / 1st Printing, 1939 — Cosmic Machine Electromagnetic Universe Early Electromagnetic Theory — Exceedingly Scarce__ Publisher: William Clowes, London (1939)

In very well preserved condition. The boards and binding are solid and tight with minimal shelfwear. The pages are crisp and clean, and free of interior markings. An overall view of the relationship of electromagnetism and its critical influence of the universe. 224 pages, with illustrations throughout. Please see below for the Table of Contents.

General remarks

An Historical survey

Synopsis

THE MAJOR MACHINERY

magnetic definitions

The equatorial field

Magnetic force components

Observational material

the working model

Description

Conclusions — the dynamic relationship

the earth as a magnet.

The historical data

The molecular theory of magnetism

The structure of terrestrial magnetism

the magnetic inequalities

Preliminary details

The sun-earth-moon system

the lunar inequalities.

The lunar path

The abstraction of the lunar monthly inequality

The abstraction of the lunar hourly inequality

Outline of the lunar hourly inequality

The perigee-perihelion new moon

The data of the monthly inequality

Interpretation of the monthly inequality

Time factors in the monthly inequality

The interpretation of the lunar hourly inequality

Higher latitude deviations

Lunar inequalities in the polar regions

Other lunar effects

the solar inequalities.

Solar action on the earth's field developing the balance
inequality

The seasonal balance effects

The semi-diurnal and day-time inequalities

The daylight inequality in V

The daylight inequality in H

The daylight inequality of declination

The seasonal effects—introduction

The solar and terrestrial angles of interaction — definitions

The solar and terrestrial angles of interaction — details

The seasonal changes ....112

Seasonal unbalanced moments ....115

Electro-magnetic factors contributing to the variation of the
earth's orbit ....117

The annual inequalities—method of determination ....120

The nature of the annual inequalities ....130

An electro-magnetic interpretation of Kepler's laws ....137

Equilibrium ....146

the polar inequalities.

The barometric generalization ....152

The detail relationships between the barometric and magnetic polar
waves ....163

Antarctic surges ....175

The polar vortex ....178

Homage to explorers ....181

THE ELECTRO-MAGNETIC WORLD AROUND US

The earth as an electro-magnetic sphere ....185

Cirrus clouds ....191

Electro-magnetism in the atmosphere ....192

Universal design ....194

APPENDIX

The principles of magnetic flow in the polar and equatorial fields
....199

Magnetic experiments demonstrating equilibrium in the equatorial
field ....199

Reciprocal electrical and magnetic relationships ....200