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

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              motus non tumida, ſed excauata eſſe debuerat, &
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              hæc omnia oſtendenda fuerant. </s>
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              Cap. 4. poſi­
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              tiuam leui­
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              tatem noņ
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              dari.</s>
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              Ex prop. 73.</s>
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              Cap. 4. poſi­
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              tiuam leui­
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              tatem noņ
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              dari.</s>
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              PROP. LXXV.
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              Si fluidum à principio intrinſeco moueatur intra aliud flui­
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              dum diuerſæ conſistentiæ, quod valdè rarefieri, & co­n
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              denſari queat, tunc multò magis tumida efficie­
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              tur pars postica fluidi decurrentis.
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              <s id="s.000772">ET hoc quidem verum eſt quando fluidum am­
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              biens, in quo aliud fluidum mouetur ſursùm,
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              vel deorsùm, non patitur ſenſibilem
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              ,
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              vel rarefactionem, veluti eſt oleum, aut aqua; at ſi
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              valdè rarefiat condenſeturque, vt aer propter velo­
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              ciſſimum caſum aquæ AHCB remanet aer poſticus
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              MACK valdè rarefactus, ideoque inhabilis vt inſe­
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              qui poſſit aquam cadentem, & proindè nedùm aer
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              incumbens guttam aquæ deſcendentem in H noņ
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              percutiet, cùm è contrà, ne ibidem, (vt vulgò credi­
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              tur) vacuum remaneat eius vertex tumidus H valdè
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              eleuabitur
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              & ſic videmus guttas plu­
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              uiales ſecum trahere veluti caudam aqueam
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              ,
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              tantùm abeſt vt poſticè contuſionem patiantur, aut
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              excauentur, & hoc clariùs percipitur ſi pila aliquą
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              lignea, & dura, quæ habeat comam ex filamentis, ſeù
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              pilis exiliſſimis, & nullius ferè ponderis compoſitam
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              cadat deorsùm in aere, tunc enim pili ſupremi aſſur­
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              gunt efficiuntque veluti caudam fluctuantem, non
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              autem comprimuntur contundunturque versùs ſu-</s>
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