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

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              impedient effluuium, & motionem vagam partium
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              aquæ. </s>
              <s id="s.001857">Imò ſi quis hoc negotium attentè perpendat,
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              percipiet ab ijſdem partibus aqueis potius impediri
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              motiones eius, quàm ab aere externo; primò quią
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              ſunt æquè conſiſtentes, & corpulentæ, & ſic non poſ­
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              ſunt viciſſim è ſuis locis dimoueri, ac expelli: inſupèr
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              cum earum motus ſint vagi, & inordinati, non
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              omnes ad eaſdem partes dirigi, & ideò vna pars ſu­
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              per aliam incidens motu contrario, viciſſim ſe ſe iņ
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              progreſſu impedient. </s>
              <s id="s.001858">Ad hæc, vbi deeſt aer, deficiet
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              prorſus cauſa impediens motiones particularum a­
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              quæ, proptereà quòd vbi aer non adeſt, neque eius
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              motus impedimentum afferre poterit agitationi par­
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              tium aquæ. </s>
              <s id="s.001859">hoc autem contingit in vacuo Torricel­
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              liano, vbi nullo pacto impedirentur motiones
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                dem</expan>
              particularum aquæ, imò faciliùs per ſpatium fe­
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              rè vacuum ſpargi diſſiparique poſſent, & proindè non
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              cogerentur motu reflexo intra eaſdem guttas regre­
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              di, agitari, conſtiparique, & ideò ceſſaret cauſa, &
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              neceſſitas ob quam guttulæ aquæ in vacuo, vel in ae­
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              re rariſſimo ſphęricum tumorem acquirere
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              ,
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              & tamen hoc repugnat experientiæ, cùm in prædicto
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              vacuo guttulæ non minùs rotundæ, quàm in aere a­
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              perto, tornentur. </s>
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              Cap. 8. cur
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              exiguæ aquę
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              guttæ ſupra
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              aquæ
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              aſcendunt.</s>
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              PROP. CLXIX.
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              Incongruentia, & angustia pororum aeris non poſſet impedi­
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              re diffuſionem particularem aquæ per
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              aerem.
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