The Simplicity of the Creation, Or The Astronomical Monument of the Blessed Virgin: A New Theory of the Solar System, Thunderstorms, Waterspouts, Aurora Borealis, Etc., and the Tides
Catholic publishing & bookselling Company, 1859 - 173 oldal
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100. oldal - Swieten and others at different periods, it appears that the north pole of the needle begins to turn westward at seven or eight o'clock in the morning, and continues to deviate in that direction till about two o'clock, when it becomes stationary, and soon begins to turn eastward, arriving at the position it had in the morning, at the same hour in the evening.
71. oldal - All the fountains of the great deep were broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened.
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