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" All that such an animal can do is to liberate that store of force, or potential energy, which is locked up in its food. It is the chemical change which food suffers in the body of an animal that liberates the previously pent-up... "
Croonian Lectures on Matter & Force ... - Pàgina 133
per Bence Jones - 1868 - 223 pàgines
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1867
...however, rapidly dissipated the very crude notions which then existed regarding this mysterious agency. We now know that an animal, however high its organization...capable of moving a grain of sand than a stone can fall upward, or a locomotive drive a train without fuel. All that such an animal can do is to liberate that...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1867
...however, rapidly dissipated the very crude notions which then existed regarding this mysterious agency. We now know that an animal, however high its organization...amount of force capable of moving a grain of sand man a stone can fall upward, or a locomotive drive a train without fuel. All that such an animal can...
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The American Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events ...

1867
...Prof. Frankland, of the Koyal liL-iilution. He starts out with the axiom that EH animal, no matter however high its organization may be. can no more...amount of force capable of moving a grain of sand than л -tone can fall npward or a locomotive drive a trun without fuel. All that an animal can do k to...
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The American Annual Cyclopedia and Register of Important ..., Volum 6;Volum 1866

1868
...Prof. Frankland, of the Royal Institntion. lie starts oat with the axiom that an animal, no matter however high its organization may be, can no more...capable of moving a grain of sand than a stone can fall npward or a locomotive drive a train without fuel. All that an animal can do is, to liberate that store...
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The American Annual Cyclopedia and Register of Important ..., Volum 6;Volum 1866

1869
...Prof. Frankland, of the Royal Institution. lie starts out with the axiom that an .mimai, no matter however high its organization may be, can no more...of force capable of moving a grain of sand than a ¿tone can fall upward or a locomotive drive a train without fuel. All that an animal can do is, to...
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Appletons' Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events: Embracing ...

1869
...by Prof. Frankland, of the Royal Institution. He starts oat with the axiom that an animal, no matter however high its organization may be, can no more...amount of force capable of moving a grain of sand than s stone can fall upward or a locomotive drive a train without fuel. All that an animal can do if, to...
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Half Hours with Modern Scientists, Volum 2

1871 - 288 pàgines
...the careful observer even now, although, as Dr. Frankland says, science has proved that " an animal can no more generate an amount of force capable of moving a grain of sand than a stone can fall upward or a locomotive drive a train without fuel."22 In studying the characters of muscular action...
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A Series of American clinical lectures v. 1, 1876, Volum 1

1875
...no motion without some equivalent antecedent motion;"* and as Dr. Frankland forcibly expresses it, " An animal, however high its organization may be, can no more generate &n amount offeree capable of moving a grain of sand, than a stone can fall upwards or a locomotive...
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Canadian Naturalist and Quarterly Journal of Science, Volum 5

1870
...the careful observer even now, although, as Dr. Frankland says, science has proved that " an animal can no more generate an amount of force capable of moving a grain of sand than a stone can fall upward or a locomotive drive a train without fuel."" In studying the characters of muscular action...
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Wilford's Microcosm, Volum 4

1884
...but as Dr. Frankland * * Source of Muscular Power. Proc. Roy last, June 8, 1866. has said: "An animal can no more generate an amount of force capable of moving a grain of sand, than a ctone can fall upward or a locomotive drive a train without fuel." As the nmount of carbonic acid exhaled...
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