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" I do not here consider. What I call attraction may be performed by impulse, or by some other means unknown to me. I use that Word here to signify only in general any Force by which Bodies tend towards one another, whatsoever be the Cause. "
Aristotle: A Chapter from the History of Science, Including Analyses of ... - 93. oldal
szerző: George Henry Lewes - 1864 - 404 oldal
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Scientific Aspects of Christian Evidences: Xi, 362 P. 7 Il. D.

George Frederick Wright - 1897 - 362 oldal
...small particles of bodies certain powers, virtues, or forces, by which they act at a distance? . . . What I call attraction may be performed by impulse,...me. I use that word here to signify only in general any force by which bodies tend toward one another, whatsoever be the cause." * In 1692, in Newton's...

Collected Essays: Science and Christian tradition

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1898
...attractions [of gravity, magnetism, and electricity] may be performed, I do not here consider. Whnt I call attraction may be performed by impulse or by...unknown to me. I use that word here to signify only in a general way any force by which bodies tend towards one another, whatever be the cause. 1 According...

The earth stands fast

Carl Schoepffer, Frank Allaben - 1900 - 80 oldal
...powers, virtues, or forces, by which thcy net ,it ii distance? . . . What I call 'attraction' nitiv be performed by impulse, or by some other means unknown to me." But all this shows is that in his old age, with a pet theory and a reputation to sustain, and in the...

The Grand Survival: A Theory of Immortality by Natural Law, Founded Upon a ...

Sir Oswald Stoll - 1904 - 202 oldal
...simultaneously with its enunciation, may be gathered from Newton's own words in the following sentences : — " What I call "attraction may be performed by impulse,...me. I use that word here "to signify only in general any force by which " bodies tend towards one another, whatsoever be " the cause." That Motion integrates...

The study of chemical composition: An account of its method and historical ...

Ida Freund - 1904 - 650 oldal
...these attractions may be perform'd, I do not here consider. What I call attraction may be perform'd by impulse, or by some other means unknown to me. I use that word here to signify only in general any force by which bodies tend towards one another, whatsoever be the cause. For we must learn from...

Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science, 94. kötet

1906
...consonant and conformable to herself. How these attractions may be performed I do not here consider. What I call attraction may be performed by impulse,...me. I use that word here to signify only in general any force by which bodies tend towards one another, whatsoever be the cause. For we must learn from...

A History of Chemical Theories and Laws

Matthew Moncrieff Pattison Muir - 1906 - 555 oldal
...these Attractions may be perform'd, I do not here consider. What I call Attraction may be perform'd by impulse, or by some other means unknown to me. I use that Word here to signify only in general any Force by which bodies tend towards one another, whatsoever be the Cause. For we must learn from...

The Medical Brief: A Monthly Journal of Scientific Medicine and ..., 34. kötet

1906
..."The theory that motions are produced through material attraction Is absurd." — Prof. Bernstein. "What I call attraction may be performed by Impulse or by some other means unknown to me." — Sir Isaac Newton. "If the law of gravitation ever failed to be true, even to the smallest extent,...

Medical Brief, 34. kötet

1906
..."The theory that motions are produced through material attraction is absurd."-— Prof. Bernstein. "What I call attraction may be performed by impulse or by some other means unknown to me." — Sir Isaac Newton. "If the law of gravitation ever failed to be true, even to the smallest extent,...

Journal of Physical Chemistry, 15. kötet

1911
...not the small particles of bodies certain powers, virtues, or forces, by which they act at a distance What I call " attraction" may be performed by impulse,...me. I use that word here to signify only in general any force by which bodies tend toward one another, whatsoever be the cause.' And beyond this point,...




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