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

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              ſed in aqua, vel in aere, illa enim habebit tres gradus
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              grauitatis, & vnicum leuitatis, ergo ignis per
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              aſcendet velocitate trium graduum; in mercurio ve­
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              rò impetu octo graduum, & terra per ignem octies
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              velociùs deſcendet, quàm per aquam. </s>
              <s id="s.000587">Præterea aer
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              habet vnicum gradum grauitatis, & tres gradus le­
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              uitatis, igitur ignis octies velociùs per mercurium
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              aſcendet, quàm per aerem, vnde hac ratione habe­
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              , quàm in deſcenſu, qui comparari poteſt cum im­
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              petu ignis per mercurium aſcendentis, & terræ per
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              ignem deſcendentis; & proindè facilè conijci po­
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              terit, an prædictæ velocitates extremorum elemen­
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              torum reuerà ſint octuplæ, vel non, comparatæ ad
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              velocitates quas exercent in intermedijs elementis.
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              & licèt experimentum non det exactam
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              ,
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              nihilominùs ſufficientiſſimè euincit falſitatem peri­
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              pateticæ hypotheſis, ſed licèt reuerà vis, & energia,
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              qua corpora aſcendunt, vel deſcendunt, minimè de­
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              Cap. 4. poſi­
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              tatem noņ
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              ſunt aer, & aqua, ſeù alia corpora mixta, quæ
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              gradibus leuitatis, & grauitatis afficiantur. </s>
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              ſtrandum eſt, nullum eorum corporum, quæ
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              ſursùm poſitiuam leuitatem habere. </s>
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