Borelli, Giovanni Alfonso, De motionibus naturalibus a gravitate pendentibus, 1670

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              AB, & ſic denuò quouſque repetitis vibrationibus
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              ſenſim languendo, tandèm quieſcat in ſitu naturali
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              EF. </s>
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              Cap. 4. poſi­
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              tatem noņ
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              <s id="s.000436">Pari modo ſumpto
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                dulo</expan>
              AB quod moueri poſſit
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              circa ſuum centrum firmum A,
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              remota pila plumbea. </s>
              <s id="s.000437">B à ſitu
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              ſuo naturali, ſeu perpendicu­
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              lari ad horizontem, perducta­
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              que ad ſitum eleuatum C, illa planè vt grauis excur­
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              ret deſcendendo arcum CB, & vniuerſus is motus na­
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              turalis erit, vtpotè dependens ab impetu grauitatis
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              intrinſeco, non tamen in infimo ſitu B pila perſiſtet
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              poſtquam ibidem perducta eſt, ſed vlteriùs excur­
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              ret ferè æquali ſpatio priori vltrà perpendiculum vſ­
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              que ad ſitum D, aſcendendo nimirùm ab infimo ſitu
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              B per integrum arcum BD, & quia motus ille qui gi­
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              gnitur à principio intrinſeco, & naturali non poteſt
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              eſſe non naturalis, cùmque aſcenſus pilæ vltra cen­
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              trum terræ, & deſcenſus cylindri EF infra aquæ li­
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              bellam poſt caſum, & aſcenſus pilæ plumbeæ per ar­
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              cum BD pendeat, creeturque ab illa naturali virtu­
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              te grauitatis nempè eiuſdem corporis deſcendentis
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              quatenùs deſcendit: nulla enim alia cauſa extrinſe­
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              ca ſuperueniens excogitari poteſt, quæ violentiam̨
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              inſerat, & ſursùm impellat prædictum graue, quàm
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              impetus acquiſitus, & conceptus in ipſo caſu natura­
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              litèr facto productoque à principio intrinſeco graui­
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              tatis eius, qui procùl dubio impetus à naturali prin-</s>
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