| Bernhardus Varenius - Geography - 1734 - 898 pages
...thofe who refide at the laid Port. , GEOGRAPHICAL PARADOXES, With their SOLUT IONS. Paradox i . There **are two remarkable places on the Globe of the Earth, in which there is only** one Day and one Night throughout the whole Year. Solution. Thofe two places are moftly all that Space... | |
| Magic tricks - 1791
...whereof is to whet the appetite of an inquifitive learner, and to fet him upon thinking. PARADOX I. There **are two remarkable places on the globe of the earth, in which there is only** one day and one night throughout the whole year. ANSWER. The two remarkable places are the two poles... | |
| John Jackson (Private teacher of the mathematics.) - Geographical recreations - 1821 - 118 pages
...the point of intersection of the two diagonals. GEOGRAPHICAL PARADOXES. — "=>oo<oĢ=— 1. There **are two remarkable places on the globe of the earth, in which there is only** one day and one night throughout the whole year. 2. There are some places on the earth, in which it... | |
| Questions and answers - 1885
...and investigation among our readers. The 45 paradoxes will be reproduced in two chapters. 1. There **are two remarkable places on the globe of the earth, in which there is only** one day and one night throughout the whole year. 2. There are also some places on the earth, in which... | |
| Questions and answers - 1901
...lefthand page, and the ballads on the right, with appendix of notes. The Forty-Five Paradoxes. 1. There **are two remarkable Places on the Globe of the Earth, in which there is only** one Day and one Nightt hroughout the whole Year. 2. There are also some Places on the Earth, in which... | |
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