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Sir E. Bulwer-Lytton, in his Coming Race, describes it as the VRIL,** used by the subterranean populations, and allowed his readers to take it** We apprehend that the noble author coined his curious names by contracting words in classical languages. Gy

Sir E. Bulwer-Lytton, in his Coming Race, describes it as the VRIL,** used by the subterranean populations, and allowed his readers to take it

** We apprehend that the noble author coined his curious names by contracting words in classical languages. Gy would come from gune; vril from virile.

for a fiction. "These people," he says, "consider that in the vril they had arrived at the unity in natural energic agencies"; and proceeds to show that Faraday intimated them "under the more cautious term of correlation," thus:

"The fundamental failing underlying Trump’s presidency is his wilful ignorance. His frequently petulant, childish behaviour combines with a staggering lack of knowledge and contempt for facts to produce serial, chronic misjudgments. Trump, in power, cannot be trusted. He has been exposed as lacking in empathy, shamelessly mendacious, cynical and unversed or uninterested in the enduring human and constitutional values his office is sworn to uphold. Trump is the first and hopefully the last of his kind: an anti-American president. He is a disgrace and a danger to his country. The sooner he is sent packing, the better."

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Sir E. Bulwer-Lytton, in his Coming Race, describes it as the VRIL,** used by the subterranean populations, and allowed his readers to take it

** We apprehend that the noble author coined his curious names by contracting words in classical languages. Gy would come from gune; vril from virile.

for a fiction. "These people," he says, "consider that in the vril they had arrived at the unity in natural energic agencies"; and proceeds to show that Faraday intimated them "under the more cautious term of correlation," thus:

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