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an invaluable spur to the sympathy that is the understanding of the heart. The other thing that adds so greatly to our knowledge is this strange sensory gift. As you know, in all the pigeon family it is present as a sensitiveness to the earth's magnetic field. Their homing instinct is possible by their ability to attend to this frame of reference and so know their bearings. And all the migratory species also carry their own power to apprehend invisible tracks. Now, put those two things together:
" He turned to me, his head sideways, but I am afraid I looked at him blankly. `Well,' he said, not wishing to expose my dullness, `it's quite obvious that if a creature has a profound sensitiveness to emotional states-these, I may tell you, we now know, are a form of radiation-and if he can, through his own nervous system, also pick up the wave lengths of the earth's magnetic field, what would you expect?'
" Again I could only look stupidly expectant.
" `You are probably aware,' he continued with courteous patience, `that the homing instinct of birds can be thrown out completely when they fly near a radio station.'
" At last I thought I began to see light. `Do you mean-?'
" `That's it exactly,' he said. `Of course, we can't get words, nor do we need to. But we get the impulses. I have, you see, a very shrewd and, indeed, rather sad view of the progress you, our companions as the advanced scouts of life, have made. And that brings us back to your problem, your place in this.'
" It was a question. It was the question. My mind had gone through another of those sudden reversals that, as in the beginning, I had found the most trying element in the strange

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