Galilei, Galileo, Discourse concerning the natation of bodies, 1663

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A Magnetiſme in
the Air, by which
it bears up thoſe
Solids in the wa­
ter, that are con­
tiguous with it.
The Effect of
the Airs Conti­
guity in the Na­
tation of Solids.
An affectati­
on of Conjunct­
ion betwixt So­
lids and the Air
contiguous to
them.
The like affect­
ation of Con­
junction be­
twixt Solids &
the water.
Alſo the like
affectation and
Conjunction be­
twixt Solids
themſeives.
Contact may
be the Cauſe of
the Continuity
of Naturall Bo­
dies.
The ſettlement
of Muddy Wa­
ter, proveth that
that Element
hath no averſi­
on to Diviſion.

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