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Pearl Necklace said...

These words, as we think, take a reductio ad absurdum of that
views, against which we rebel. They leave us only the choice between
the two unbelievable. If we assume that which one of these misty
spots so remote that its hundred thousand stars have a view of the milky Way,
remaining invisible to the naked eye, we must at the same time
we assume that there are single stars, to that huge, that remain
visible, although located at the same distance. If we take another
assumption and say that a vague spot ahead of us no further,
than our own stars of the eighth magnitude, then we should allow
what at a distance not exceeding that in which the lone star remains
is hardly visible to the naked eye, there may be a group
consisting of hundreds of thousands of stars invisible to the naked eye. No
these assumptions cannot be accepted. What is left to us of all
this to conclude? Only one thing: that foggy spots are separated from us not further than
some part of our own stellar system to which they belong as
items, and that where they are decomposable into separate masses, these
mass cannot be considered as an ordinary value
this word {After the printing of this experience, the late R. A. Proctor expressed
some new considerations for saying vague mass belong
to our own star system. The opposite conclusion, which
the above was challenged, now abandoned.}.