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Many speculations concerning the fourth dimension have been made since this book was first issued, notably that by Mr. Wells that it is. .or the fourth dimension, no argument whatever against the existence. Wells that it is " Time. But no theory carries conviction, and indeed the whole is a speculation, the interest however of which remains untouched in the close parallel afforded. true of a fourth dimension.
Schofield, A. T. (Alfred Taylor), 1846-1929.
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Alfred Taylor Schofield. born Rochdale, Lancashire: 1846. died Bournemouth, Dorset: 20 April 1929.
Items related to Another World or The Fourth Dimension. Home Schofield, A. Schofield uses mathematical analogies to support the idea of a 4th dimension and relates it to the spirit world. Borrows heavily from Abbott (acknowledged).