Wells, HG The definitive Time machine: a critical edition of H.G. Well's scientific romance Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1987.
Schwartz-Nobel, Loretta. Poisoned nation: pollution, greed, and the rise of deadly epidemics
New York: St. Martin's Press, 2007.
Jenkins, M. What's gotten into us?: staying healthy in a toxic world. New York: Random House, 2011.
Foot, Michael. H.G.: The History of Mr. Wells. Washington, DC: Counterpoint, 1995.
Hammond, John R.H.G. Wells' The Time Machine: A Reference Guide. New York: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2004.
McConnell, Frank D., Ed. H.G. Wells -- The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds. New York: Oxford University Press, 1977.
Pal, George and Joe Morhaim. Time Machine II. New York: Dell, 1981.
Salk, Judy, Ed., et al. Bowker's Complete Video Directory -- 1995. Vol. 1. New Providence, NJ: R.R. Bowker, 1995.
Wagar, W. Warren. H.G. Wells -- Traversing Time. Boston: Wesleyan/New England, 2004.
Wells is the father
figure behind all of them, the prophet who showed that we can
sometimes best understand the present by projecting its
concerns into an alternative world constructed by a leap of the
The Time Machine was an adventurous science fiction novel about a Time Traveler, the inventor of a time machine who traveled to the year 802,701 A.D....
Wells Time Machine Literature Essays]
The possibilities of the future are endless, but The Time Machine clearly goes to show that the fate of the future will be what we as a society make of it, and the possibilities and impossibilities are merely consequence.
[tags: Herbert George Wells Time Machine Essays]
The third law has lead a checkered life, as Zemansky5 puts it, replete with controversy and confusion. It took some thirty years from the time Nernst first annunciated it for most physicists to finally agree on its wording and meaning. Some, like Rolf Haase, maintain that in some cases the 3rd law results directly from the 1st and 2nd laws, sometimes the 3rd law is more complicated than the Nernst theorem, and, in any case, the 3rd law isn't worthy of being called a law. On the other hand, C.B.P. Finn states that consequences of the 3rd law are observed experimentally, and this is evidence of its validity and importance.
[tags: Wells Time Machine Essays]
This is because in the epilogue the Time Traveller was not around to tell the story, as he went missing The Time Traveller comes across arrogant, as he believes he knows best, and nothing could go wrong....
Commentary The Time Machine, H.GAt the same time, Wells also left
an interminable influence on the Victorian era by fighting the
oppressive moral constraints like communism, class distinction, and social
Well's "The Time Machine" - M.AHis influences from his parents,
family background, socialist beliefs, and the scientific knowledge that
he earned from Huxley and Darwin are greatly seen in the various
aspects of the novella The Time Machine.
Essay: The Time Machine by H. G. Wells (1866 – 1946)The graph of T against S shown in Figure 5 physicists call a Carnot cycle. It represents an ideal machine that runs by withdrawing some heat from a high temperature reservoir and rejecting waste heat to the low temperature reservoir. The rejected heat is unavailable for work in the present cycle; so, the machine has an efficiency less than 1.0. None of the details of the machine have any importance at the present time, except to note that the Carnot engine is the most efficient heat engine possible that works between the two reservoirs.
Wellsâ€™s The Time Machine that wonâ€™t ..
Wells wrote of Huxley six years after publishing The Time Machine,
that, as a student, he believed Huxley was "the greatest man I was likely
to meet, and I believe that all the more firmly today" (Firchow).