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" Paris you see the universe composed of vortices of subtle matter; at London we see nothing of the kind. With you it is the pressure of the Moon which causes the tides of the sea,; in England it is the sea which gravitates towards the Moon. . . . You will... "
Scientific Theism Versus Materialism: The Space-time Potential - Page 57
by Arvid Reuterdahl - 1920 - 298 pages
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 54

Electronic journals - 1894
...pressure of the Moon which causes the tides of the sea,; in England it is the sea which gravitates towards the Moon. . . . You will observe also that the Sun,...quarter of it. Among you Cartesians all is done by impulsion : with the Newtonians it is done by an attraction of which we know the cause no better."*...
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I. The Greek school philosophy, with reference to physical science. II. The ...

William Whewell - Science - 1858
...in order to do that, we should have examined the Moon and the Tides at the moment of the creation. You will observe also that the sun, which in France...quarter of it. Among you Cartesians, all is done by an impulsion which one does not well understand ; with the Newtonians, it is done by an attraction...
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History of the inductive sciences from the earliest to the present ..., Volume 1

William Whewell - Science - 1858
...in order to do that, we should have examined the Moon and the Tides at the moment of the creation. You will observe also that the sun, which in France...quarter of it. Among you Cartesians, all is done by an impulsion which one does not well understand ; with the Newtonians, it is done by an attraction...
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Nature, Volume 49

Sir Norman Lockyer - Science - 1894
...pressure of the moon which causes the tides of the sea; in England it is the sea which gravitates towards the moon. . . . You will observe also that the sun,...quarter of it. Among you Cartesians all is done by impulsion : with the Newtonians it is done by an attraction of which we know the cause no better "4...
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Electric Waves: Being Researches on the Propagation of Electric Action with ...

Heinrich Hertz - Electric waves - 1893 - 278 pages
...pressure of the moon which causes the tides of the sea ; in England it is the sea which gravitates towards the moon. . . . You will observe also that the sun,...quarter of it. Among you Cartesians all is done by impulsion ; with the Newtonians it is done by an attraction of which we know the cause no better."...
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Electric Waves: Being Researches on the Propagation of Electric Action with ...

Heinrich Hertz - Electric oscillations - 1893 - 278 pages
...pressure of the moon which causes the tides of the sea ; in England it is the sea which gravitates towards the moon. . . . You will observe also that the sun,...quarter of it. Among you Cartesians all is done by impulsion ; with the Newtonians it is done by an attraction of which we know the cause no better."...
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Electric Waves: Being Researches on the Propagation of Electric Action with ...

Heinrich Hertz - Electric oscillations - 1893 - 278 pages
...the sea which gravitates towards the moon. . . . You will observe also that the sun, which in Prance has nothing to do with the business, here comes in...quarter of it. Among you Cartesians all is done by impulsion ; with the Newtonians it is done by an attraction of which we know the cause no better."...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 54

Mathematics - 1894
...pressure of the Moon which causes the tides of the sea ; in England it is the sea which gravitates towards the Moon. . . . You will observe also that the Sun,...quarter of it. Among you Cartesians all is done by impulsion : with the Newtonians it is done by an attraction of which we know the cause no better."*...
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Popular Lectures and Addresses: Constitution of matter

William Thomson Baron Kelvin - Geology - 1894
...pressure of the Moon which causes the tides of the sea ; in England it is the sea which gravitates towards the Moon. . . . You will observe also that the Sun,...quarter of it. Among you Cartesians all is done by impulsion : with the Newtonians it is done by an attraction of which we know the cause no better."1...
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Nature, Volume 49

Sir Norman Lockyer - Science - 1894
...pressure of the moon which causes the tides of the sea ; in England it is the sea which gravitates towards the moon. . . . You will observe also that the sun,...quarter of it. Among you Cartesians all is done by impulsion : with the Newtonians it is done by an attraction of which we know the cause no better "*...
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