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

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              dit in aqua; aut hydrargyro motu ſpontaneo, nempè
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              ab intrinſeca virtute motiua, quæ vocatur leuitas,
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              igitur neceſsè eſt vt in
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              penetret corpora flui­
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              da intermedia; atque eorum tenacitatem, & denſi­
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              tatem ſuperet, imò fluidum è ſuo loco expellat, vt
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              via, & tranſitus paretur, qua ſursùm aſcendere, &
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              perduci poſſit, & quia hydrargyrum magis conſti­
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              patum, denſum, & graue eſt,
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              aqua, igitur quod­
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              libet corpus leue aere repletum, aut aeris naturam̨
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              participans, vt lignum, & cera, (quæ ex aduerſario­
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              rum ſententia mouentur ab intrinſeca virtute leui­
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              tatis) neceſsè eſt vt maiorem reſiſtentiam
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              in tranſitu per hydragyrum, à cuius tenacitate, den­
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              ſitate, & pondere gradus impetus eius neceſſariò re­
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              tunditur retardaturque multò magis, quàm in
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              per aquam contingit, quæ cùm magis rara, & ce­
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              dens ſit, minùs debilitat retardatque eamdem eius
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              vim motiuam, quaproptèr motus aſcenſus ligni, vel
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              ceræ per hydrargyrum multò magis retardabitur,
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              quàm ille, qui per aquam fit; quia verò hoc eſt fal­
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              ſum, & contra ſenſus euidentiam, multò enim velo­
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              ciòr eſt motus ligni, vel ceræ factus per
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              igitur
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              eſt ab intrinſeco, & natu­
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              rali principio ſursùm moueri, & proindè cauſa aſcen­
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              ſus non erit leuitas poſitiua, ideoque nullum vſum̨
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              habebit in natura, nec propterea exiſtet vlla leuitas. </s>
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