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" ... iron equal to our earth, that is, about 40,000,000 feet in diameter, would scarcely cool in an equal number of days, or in above 50,000 years. "
The Gentleman's Magazine - PÓgina 27
1756
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The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy, Volum 2

Sir Isaac Newton - 1729
...becaufe the furface (in proportion to which it is cool'd by the contad of the ambient air) is in that proportion lefs in refpeft of the quantity of the included hot matter. And therefore a globe of red-hoc iron, equal to our Earth, that is, about 40000000 feet in diameter, would fcarcely cool in...
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Opera, en anglois, avec notes par P. Shaw, Volum 3

Robert Boyle - 1738
...air ; and a larger fphere would, " longer preferve its heat, in proportion to its diameter : " whence a globe of red-hot iron, equal to our earth, that " is about 40,000,000 feet in diameter, would require yo,ooo '' years to cool in. * *' * Newton. Princip. p. 466, 467. By By fuch a remarkvble injiance,...
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The Magazine of Magazines: Compiled from Original Pieces, with ..., Volum 11

1756
...furface (in proportion to which it is cooled by tLe ambient air) is in that proportion lefs in refpefl of the quantity' of the included hot matter: '. And...earth, that is about 40,000,000 feet in diameter, would fcarcely cool in 50,000 years. Again. ' As to the tranfverfe diameters of the orbits of comets, and...
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The Scots Magazine, Volum 19

1757
...furiace (in proportion to which it ib cooled by the ambient air) is in chat proportion lefs in reÝpeÝl of the quantity of the included hot matter : and therefore...globe of redhot iron equal to our earth, that is, aboot 4O.OCO.OOO feet in diameter, would fcaicely cool in 50,000 years." Again, " As to the tranfverfe...
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The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy, Volum 2,Ediciˇ 2

Isaac Newton, William Emerson, John Machin - 1803 - 321 pÓgines
...proportion to which it is cooled by the contact of the ambient air) is in that proportion lefs in refpe& of the quantity of the included hot matter ; and therefore a globe of red hot iron equal to our earth, that is, about 40000000 feet in diameter, would fcarcely cool in an...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volum 25;Volum 88

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, Henry T. Steele - 1877
...proportion to which it is cooled by the contact of the ambient air) is in that proportion less in respect of the quantity of the included hot matter ; and therefore a globe of red hot iron equal to our earth, that is about 40,000,000 feet in diameter, would scarcely cool in...
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The Cornhill Magazine

George Smith, William Makepeace Thackeray - 1878
...less in respect of the quantity of the included hot matter.) " And, therefore," Newton proceeds, " a globe of red-hot iron equal to our earth — that is, about 40,000,000 feet in diameter — would scarcely cool in an equal number of days, or in above 50,000 years. But I suspect that the duration...
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volum 37

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1878
...— 1m in mp-et of the quantity of the included hot matter.) "And, therefore," Newton proceeds, "i globe of red-hot iron equal to our earth — that is, about 40,000,000 feet in diameter— would scarcely cool in an equal number of days, or in above 50,000 jears. But I •╗• poet that the duration...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volum 28;Volum 91

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1878
...in respect of the quantity of the included hot matter.) " And, therefore," Newton proceeds, " aglobe of redhot iron equal to our earth — that is, about 40,000,000 feet in diameter — would scarcely cool in an equal number of days, or in above 50,000 years. But I suspect that the duration...
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Richard Anthony Proctor - 1883
...proportion to which it is cooled by the contact of the ambient air) is in that proportion less in respect of the quantity of the included hot matter; and therefore a globe of red hot iron equal to our earth, that is, about 40,000,000 feet in diameter, would scarcely cool in...
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