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

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              ſa hæc motio naturalis cenſebitur, eò quòd pendet à
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              ſuo intrinſeco principio grauitatis; ſed noſtquam̨
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              pila terræ centrum attingit profectò
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              quieſcet;
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              nam impetus in præcedenti deſcenſu acquiſitus pi­
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              lam tranſportabit vltra centrum, excurretque versùs
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              Antipodas. </s>
              <s id="s.000431">modò in hoc excurſu cùm pila à centro
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              terræ recedat, procùl dubio ſurſum
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              vocatur­
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              que prædictus aſcenſus violentus motus, & contrą
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              eius naturam, & tamen ab operatione naturali de­
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              ſcenſus dependet. </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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              <s id="s.000433">Idipſum alijs exemplis, quæ facilè poſſunt expe­
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              <s id="s.000434">Sit vas aqua plenum RSXV & ha­
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              beatur quoque cylindrus ligneus
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              EF, qui in aqua demerſus non de­
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              mergetur integrè infra ſupremam li­
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              bellam aquæ RS, ſed remanebit ali­
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              qua eius pars GE eminens ſuprą
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              aquæ libellam, propterea quòd li­
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              gnum minùs graue eſt ſpecie, quàm
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              ipſa aqua, (vt Archimedes ait.)
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              Si poſtea eumdem ligneum cylindrum extra aquam̨
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              ſubleuauero vſque ad ſitum AB, & hinc liberè eum
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              deſcendere permittam, is profectò non conſiſtet, ne­
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              què quieſcet in ſitu EF,
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              impetus acquiſitus in de­
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              ſcenſu per aerem profundiùs infra aquæ libellam̨
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              motu violento cylindrum immittet vſque ad ſitum̨
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              CD & hinc denuò aſcendendo tranſgreſſo ſitu æqui­
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              librij EF reſiliet omninò extra aquam propè ſitum̨ </s>
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