... increases. The sun, by far the greatest body in our system, is, of consequence, possessed of much the greatest share of this attracting power ; and all the planets, of which our earth is one, are, of course, entirely subject to its superior influence.... A History of the Earth and Animated Nature - Сторінка 14автори: Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon - 1810Повний перегляд - Докладніше про цю книгу
| Oliver Goldsmith - 1852
...of course, entirely subject to its superior influence. Were this power, therefore, left uncontrolled **by any other, the sun must quickly have attracted...bodies of our celestial system to itself ; but it is** equably counteracted by another power of equal efficacy ; namely, a progressive force, which each planet... | |
| Oliver Goldsmith - 1856
...of course, entirely subject to its superior influence. Were this power, therefore, left uncontrolled **by any other, the sun must quickly have attracted all the bodies of our celestial system to itself;** bul it is equally counteracted by another power of equal efficacy; namely, a progressive force, inconsiderable... | |
| Oliver Goldsmith - 1857
...of course, entirely subject to its superior influence. Were this power, therefore, left uncontrolled **by any other, the sun must quickly have attracted all the bodies of our celestial system to itself;** bul it is equally counteracted by another power ol equal efficacy ; namely, a progressive force, inconsiderable... | |
| Oliver Goldsmith - 1862
...centrifugal force is motion itself. If a body is ence. Were this power, therefore, left uncontrolled **by any other, the sun must quickly have attracted...received when it was impelled forward by the divine** Architect, upon its first formation. The heavenly bodies of our system being thus acted upon by two... | |
| 1875
...course, entirely subject to its superior influence. Were this power, therefore, left uncontrolled by the **other, the sun must quickly have attracted all the...force, which each planet received when it was impelled** forvard by the divine Architect, upon its first formation. The heavenly bodies of our system being... | |
| William Minto - 1881 - 548 стор.
...of course entirely subject to its superior influence. Were this power, therefore, left uncontrolled **by any other, the sun must quickly have attracted...received when it was impelled forward by the divine** Architect upon its first formation. The heavenly bodies of our system being thus acted upon by two... | |
| William Minto - 1892 - 552 стор.
...of course entirely subject to its superior influence. Were this power, therefore, left uncontrolled **by any other, the sun must quickly have attracted...efficacy ; namely, a progressive force which each planet** reci-ived when it was impelled forward by the divine Architect upon its first formation. The heavenly... | |
| William Minto - 1892 - 552 стор.
...of course entirely subject to its superior influence. Were this power, therefore, left uncontrolled **by any other, the sun must quickly have attracted...is equally counteracted by another power of equal** eflicacy ; namely, a progressive force which each planet received when it was impelled forward by the... | |
| James Hall Pitman - 1924 - 159 стор.
...appointed attraction to be his regent, and in order to retain harmony has counteracted the first attraction **by another power of equal efficacy ; namely, a progressive...received when it was impelled forward, by the divine** Architect, upon its first formation. God's power is exerted throughout the universe ; and our globe... | |
| Edmund Burke - 1778
...by any other, the fun muft quickly have attrafted all the bodies of our celeitial fyftem to itfelf; **but it is equally counteracted by another power of equal efficacy ; namely, a** progreffive force which each planet received when it was impelled forward, by the divine architect,... | |
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