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" hence it is, that the bulk of the solid earth is continually increased, and the fluids, if they are not supplied from without, must be in a continual decrease, and quite fail at last 1 suspect moreover, that it is chiefly from "
The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art - 72. oldal
1863
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Newton's Principia: The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy

Isaac Newton - 1848 - 581 oldal
...always found to settle at the bottom of putrefied fluids; and hence it is that the bulk of the soljd earth is continually increased ; and the fluids, if...must be in a continual decrease, and quite fail at hist. I suspect, moreover, that it is chiefly from the comets that spirit comes, which is indeed the...

More Worlds Than One: The Creed of the Philosopher and the Hope of the Christian

David Brewster - 1854 - 265 oldal
...extent, turned into dry earth by putrefaction, a slime perpetually settling from putrefying fluids. Hence it is that the bulk of the solid earth is continually increasing, and that its fluids, if not supplied from any other source, must constantly decrease, and...

The Simplicity of the Creation, Or The Astronomical Monument of the Blessed ...

William Adolph - 1859 - 173 oldal
...extent, turned into dry earth by putrefaction, a slime perpetually settling from putrefying fluids. Hence it is that the bulk of the solid earth is continually increasing, and that its fluids, if not supplied from any other source, must constantly decrease, and...

The Simplicity of the Creation; Or, The Astronomical Monument of the Blessed ...

William Adolph - 1864 - 368 oldal
...extent, turned into dry earth by putrefaction, a slime perpetually settling from putrefying fluids. Hence it is that the bulk of the solid earth is continually increasing, and that its fluids, if not supplied from any other source, must constantly decrease, and...

More Worlds Than One: The Creed of the Philosopher and the Hope of the Christian

David Brewster - 1876 - 294 oldal
...extent, turned into dry earth by putrefaction, a slime perpetually settling from putrefying fluids. Hence it is that the bulk of the solid earth is continually increasing, and that its fluids, if not supplied from any other source, must constantly decrease, and...

More Worlds Than One: The Creed of the Philosopher and the Hope of the Christian

David Brewster - 1876 - 294 oldal
...extent, turned into dry earth by putrefaction, a slime perpetually settling from putrefying fluids. Hence it is that the bulk of the solid earth is continually increasing, and that its fluids, if not supplied from any other source, must constantly decrease, and...

The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 26. kötet;89. kötet

1877
...would be equal to the heat which is always found to settle at the bottom of putrefied fluids ; and hence it is that the bulk of the solid earth is continually...be in a continual decrease, and quite fail at last. I suspect, moreover, that it is chiefly from the comets that spirit comes, which is indeed the smallest...

The Cornhill Magazine

George Smith, William Makepeace Thackeray - 1877
...is that tbt bulk of the «olid earth is continually increased ; and the fluids, if they are not in from without, must be in a continual decrease, and quite fail at last. I moreover, that it is chiefly from the comets that spirit cornei, which smallest but the most subtle...

Comets, Popular Culture, and the Birth of Modern Cosmology

Sara Schechner, Sara Schechner Genuth - 1999 - 365 oldal
...putrefaction; and a sort of slime is always found to settle at the bottom of putrefied fluids; and hence it is that the bulk of the solid earth is continually...be in a continual decrease, and quite fail at last. 89 Without an extraterrestrial source of fluid, all planetary activity would cease. The magnificent...
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Swift as Nemesis: Modernity and Its Satirist

Frank T. Boyle - 2000 - 242 oldal
...putrefaction; and a sort of slime is always found to settle at the bottom of putrefied fluids; and hence it is that the bulk of the solid earth is continually increased; and the fluids, if they ate not supplied from without, must be in a continual decrease, and quite fail at last. 1 suspect,...
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