Date of Award


Degree Type

Bachelors Essay

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science (BS)



First Advisor

Charles H. Skinner


Physics has no equal, perhaps, in bringing the student to an appreciation of the beauty, the order and the harmony or the universe, and thus drawing the heart and the mind to God whose unbounded powers executed the eternal and marvelous wonders that are all about us.

It is intensely fascinating to take peeps into the "laboratories of God" and wonder what will be the next secret that He will let man in on. It seems as the ages roll by He gradually allows us to share more and more in His secrets or nature; He appears to be slowly un­raveling to man the mysteries or earth, sky and sea.

In this thesis, my farewell bow to Marquette, I wish to express my appreciation and gratitude for the "good things" received at Milwaukee's great university; my appreciation for the wisdom and truth of her philosophy, the conciseness and completeness of her science, the beauty and power of her art, the kindness and courtesy of the administration, and the scholarship and personality of her faculty.


A thesis submitted to the Faculty or Marquette University in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for a Bachelor's Degree or Science

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