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" The vapours which arise from the sun, the fixed stars, and the tails of the comets, may meet at last with, and fall into the atmospheres of the planets by their gravity ; and there be condensed and turned into water and humid spirits, and from thence... "
The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art - 72. oldal
1863
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The British Palladium: Or, Annual Miscellany of Literature and ..., 9. kötet

1759
...laß, meet with and fall into the tdtmofpbcre of the Pfanets, by Atîraèlion, and there be zondenfed and turned into Water and humid Spirits, and from thence, by a flow Heat, gradually pafs into the Form of Salts, Sulphurs, and Tinctures, and Mud, ana Clay, and Sand,...

Petralogy: A Treatise on Rocks, 2. kötet

John Pinkerton - 1811
...philosophers will ever be found to lead the way, having thus expressed himself in his immortal PRINCIPIA. " The vapours which arise from the sun, the fixed stars, and the tails of comets, may fall by their gravity into the atmosphere^ of the planets, where they may be condensed...

Petralogy. A Treatise on Rocks, 2. kötet

John Pinkerton - 1811 - 1165 oldal
...philosophers will ever be found to lead the way, having thus expressed himself in his immortal PRINCIPIA. " The vapours which arise from the sun, the fixed stars, and the tails of comets, may fall by their gravity into the atmospheres of the planets, where they may be condensed...

Newton's Principia: The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy

Isaac Newton - 1848 - 581 oldal
...revolve about their axes, and, having a light and a dark side, shew those two different sides by turns. The vapours which arise from the sun, the fixed stars,...gradually into the form of salts, and sulphurs, and tinctures, and mud, and clay, and sand, and stones, and coral, and other terrestrial substances. GENERAL...

The Spatial Infinite at Greenwich in Works by Christopher Wren, James ...

Ann Stewart Balakier, James J. Balakier - 1995 - 139 oldal
...this fresh supply of new fuel those old stars, acquiring new splendour, may pass for new stars. 40 ... The vapours which arise from the sun, the fixed stars,...gravity; and there be condensed and turned into water humid spirits. 41 Thomson appears to have gracefully refashioned the material on comets in Principia...
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Comets, Popular Culture, and the Birth of Modern Cosmology

Sara Schechner, Sara Schechner Genuth - 1999 - 365 oldal
...Newton assigned salutary roles not only to comet tails but also to solar and stellar vapors. The vapors which arise from the sun, the fixed stars, and the...gradually into the form of salts, and sulphurs, and tinctures, and mud, and clay, and sand, and stones, and coral, and other terrestrial substances.94...
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The Chemical Tree: A History of Chemistry

William Hodson Brock - 2000 - 744 oldal
...things with us. And in the Principia Newton more than hinted that all matter took its origin in water. The vapours which arise from the sun, the fixed stars, and the tails of comets, may meet at last with, and fall into, the atmospheres of the planets by their gravity, and...
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The Prophet and the Astronomer: A Scientific Journey to the End of Time

Marcelo Gleiser - 2003 - 336 oldal
...Newton then continued his musings on cosmic replenishment, extending his vision to planets: The vapors which arise from the sun, the fixed stars, and the tails of comets, may meet at last with, and fall into, the atmospheres of planets by their gravity, and there...
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Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (vol. 48, 1909)

...in the celestial spaces, for in the paragraph just before the General Scholium, he says : The vapors which arise from the sun, the fixed stars, and the...the comets may meet at last with, and fall into, the atmosphere of the planets by their gravity. Cheseaux was the first to express the view that the heavenly...




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