Reference numberMM/22/43
TitleLetter from Augustus Edward Hough Love, Oxford, to [Edmund Taylor] Whittaker
Date15 October 1902
DescriptionHe has been unable to attach any physical meaning to Whittaker's explanation of gravitation but suggests two things for Whittaker to consider. These are recent work in undulatory theory by several authors and his own analysis of Whittaker's final expression [attached]. He suggests that Whittaker should talk the matter over with Larmor, who is interested.
Access statusOpen
ProvenanceLetters MM/22/43-45 were presented by F F Bonsall of the Mathematics Institute, University of Edinburgh, 22 February 1973. They were deposited there by Professor E T Copson.
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7994Love; Augustus Edward Hough (1863 - 1940)1863 - 1940
NA2270Whittaker; Sir; Edmund Taylor (1873 - 1956); Mathematician1873 - 1956
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