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

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The Reſiſt­
ance a Solid
findeth in mo­
ving through
the water, like
to that we meet
with in paſſing
through a
throng of peo­
ple;
Or in thruſt­
ing a Stick into
an heap of Sand.
Water conſiſts
not of continu­
all, but only
of contiguous
parts.
Set what ſatis­
faction he hath
given, as to this
point, in Lib. de
Motu.
Dial. 2.
Water conſiſts
of parts that ad­
mit of no fat­
ther diviſion.
Solids dimit­
ted into the wa­
ter, do onely
move, and not
divide it.
Waters Re­
ſiſtance of divi­
ſion, not greater
in the begin­
ning of the Sub­
merſion.
Great Caution
to be had in ex­
perimenting the
operation of Fi­
gure in Natati­
on.

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