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

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              premam partem ipſius pilæ, quod eſt ſignum euidens
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              nullam vim compreſſiuam pati ab aere ſuperincum­
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              bente. </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. LXXVI.
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              Si oleum, vel aer aſcenderet in aqua ſponte à vi ſuæ leui­
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              tatis impulſus non poſſet eius baſis excauari ad inſtar
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              ſcutellæ.
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              <s id="s.000776">TAndem demonſtrandum eſt po­
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              ſito, quòd aer, vel oleum ABCH
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              aſcenderet in ipſa aqua à propria, &
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              intrinſeca virtute leuitatis impulſum,
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              quod eſſet abſolutè impoſſibile, vt e­
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              ius baſis infima excauata eſſet ad mo­
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              dum ſcutellæ; quia ex aduerſarij hypo­
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              theſi oleum ABCH aſcendit in aqua contenta in fi­
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              ſtula ſtricta RSVX propria virtute leuitatis ab I ver­
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              sùs E, nec ab aqua infima impellitur exprimiturque
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              ſursùm, ergò aqua MACK, quæ currit ad
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              ſpatium derelictum ab oleo cum ſit ex ſui natura gra­
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              uis exercet vim ſui ponderis ab H verſus I premen­
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              do præcisè ſuper
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              vitri RX, & nullo pacto vim
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              exercere poteſt ſursùm ab l versùs H, hoc enim eſſet
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              contra grauium naturam, & contra ipſam aduerſarij
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              hypotheſim. </s>
              <s id="s.000777">Præterea quia oleum ABCH, & aqua
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              ambiens motibus contrarijs agitari debent, nempè
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              oleum, vt leue, aſcendet dum aqua ambiens
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              , igitur non ſibi occurrunt, & aduerſantur, ſed ab </s>
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