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1902. A collation of opinions as to a future life by some of the world's most eminent scientific men and thinkers. Lodge was a physicist and writer involved in the development of the wireless telegraph. Lodge, in his Royal Institute lectures coined the term coherer and gained the syntonic (or tuning) patent from the United States Patent Office. Most controversially, however, he was a longtime researcher into psychic phenomena and a dedicated believer in Spiritualism, an understandable pursuit, given his huge contribution to scientific understanding of the unseen world. After 1900 he became prominent in psychical research, believing strongly in the possibility of communicating with the dead. After he lost his son Raymond during WW1 he was convinced to have established contact with him through a medium. Contents: The Scientists; The Psychical Researchers; The Philosophers; The Spiritualists; What the Editor Thinks About It; and Immortality from New Standpoints. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing. His book Raymond or Life and Death ISBN: 156459632X.