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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • is spun in the pattern of light rays, and when you come across a
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • sensitive to ultra-violet rays, i.e., to colours lying beyond
    • the so-called ultra-violet rays which are invisible to man. If I now
    • now we let in these rays, screening them as they come in, allowing
    • therefore, only the ultra-violet rays to enter, which become visible
    • the ultra-violet rays. But they need to see them just as little as
    • to the so-called ultra-violet rays
    • indigo would come in, and the violet — the ultra-violet rays.
    • On the other side, the infra-red rays.
    • ultra-violet rays (on the right hand side) and these have the
    • brought into the sphere of the ultra-violet rays it feels this, just
    • ultra-violet rays there, then the ant would notice at once that
    • the ultra-violet rays, slight chemical changes take place in his
    • comes into this other sphere it feels in the ultra-violet rays
    • to the infra-red rays will be given later. Certainly, when the bees come
    • chemical activity; under the influence of ultra-violet rays
    • front of him so that you kept him always in the ultra-violet rays.
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • Thus the rays of the Sun come at the beginning of May from an
    • plant kingdom, for when the rays of the Sun come from the direction
    • cannot develop in the rays of the Sun which come from the Ram, but
    • first absorbs and then pours it forth again with its rays. Thus, it
    • is quite different if the Sun sends its rays to the earth at the

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