| Sir Isaac Newton - Celestial mechanics - 1729
...feparated to infinity. Laftly, If it univerfally appears, by experiments and '' aftronomicalobfervations, **that all bodies about the Earth, gravitate towards...; and that in proportion to the quantity of matter** which they feverally contain; that the Moon likewife, according to the quantity of its matter, gravitates... | |
| Almanacs, English - 1759
...feparated to Infinity. Laß!y, if it um-verJaHy appears, by Experiments and aflronomica! ©bfervations, **that all Bodies about the Earth gravitate towards...and that in Proportion to the Quantity of Matter,** which they federally, contain j that the Mean likewife, according to the Quantity of its Matter, gravitates... | |
| Richard Helsham - Mechanics - 1767 - 404 pages
...If it be univerfally evident by " experiments and agronomical obfervations, " that all bodies round **the earth gravitate ** towards the earth, and that...in proportion " to the quantity of matter in each,** and that " the moon gravitates towards the earth in " proportion to its quantity of matter, and in... | |
| Isaac Newton - Celestial mechanics - 1803 - 321 pages
...aftronomical obfervations, that all bodies about the earth gravi163 . MATHEMATICAL PRINCIPLES Book III. tate **towards the earth, and that in proportion to the quantity of matter** which they feverally contain ; that the moon likewife, according to the quantity of its matter, gravitates... | |
| Noah Knowles Davis - Induction (Logic) - 1895 - 204 pages
...is stated by Newton as an obvious and necessary inference. He says : " If it universally appears, by **experiments and astronomical observations, that all...earth, and that in proportion to the quantity of matter** which they severally contain ; that the moon likewise, according to the quantity of its matter, gravitates... | |
| Paul Carus - Electronic journals - 1914
...matter, conformably to the third rule of his regulae philosophandi : "....If it universally appears, by **experiments and astronomical observations, that all...bodies about the earth gravitate towards the earth, and** gravitate in proportion to the quantity of matter which they severally contain; that the moon likewise,... | |
| Harry C. Kelly - Electricidad - 1941 - 356 pages
...of gravitation. Newton gives as an illustration of Rule III: Lastly, if it universally appears, by **experiments and astronomical observations, that all...earth, and that in proportion to the quantity of matter** which they severally contain; that the moon likewise, according to the quantity of its matter, gravitates... | |
| Lewis White Beck - Philosophy - 1966 - 321 pages
...particles may be divided and actually separated to infinity. Lastly, if it universally appears, by **experiments and astronomical observations, that all...earth, and that in proportion to the quantity of matter** which they severally contain: that the moon likewise, according to the quantity of its matter, gravitates... | |
| Richard S. Westfall - Biography & Autobiography - 1983 - 908 pages
...bodies we assign the same qualities to their ultimate particles. Lastly, if it universally appears, by **experiments and astronomical observations, that all...earth, and that in proportion to the quantity of matter** which they severally contain; that the moon likewise, according to the quantity of its matter, gravitates... | |
| Alexander Sissel Kohanski - Philosophy - 1984 - 340 pages
...extrapolation of his Rule III this may seem to be the case. Lastly [he writes], if it universally appears, by **experiments and astronomical observations, that all...earth, and that in proportion to the quantity of matter** which they severally contain; and the same holds true of the moon around the earth and of the sea toward... | |
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