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

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              ritate perpendamus rationis vim, & energiam. </s>
              <s id="s.001563">Si ve­
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              rum eſt aquam fluidam quomodocumque diuiſam, &
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              ſubdiuiſam ſemper fluiditatem retinere, igitur ſem­
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              per hiſce poſtremis particulis fluidis definitio fluidi­
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              tatis ſuperiùs tradita competet, ſcilicèt aliqua mi­
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              nor particula
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              particulæ moueri poterit quie­
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              ſcentibus collateralibus partibus. </s>
              <s id="s.001564">His poſitis, quią
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              corpora omnia ſublunaria innumeris poris, & forami­
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              nulis peruia ſunt, ſequitur quòd aqua omnia corpora
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              concreta penetraret, nam concipiamus quemlibet
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              porum ſtrictiſſimum in vaſe ligneo, vitreo, vel metal­
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              lico, certum eſt quòd portio aquea foraminulo præ­
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              dicto ſuperpoſita cui adæquatur, dimenſionem, &
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              quantitatem habet æqualem amplitudini foraminis,
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              & iuxtà quantitatis naturam ſemper diuiſibilem po­
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              terunt concipi particulæ centrales, & ſtrictiores,
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              ſit amplitudo eiuſdem pori, quæ particulæ aquæ
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              cùm poſſint moueri quieſcentibus collaterali­
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              bus, vt ſuperiùs expoſita fluidi natura exigit, ergo ne­
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              ceſſariò per amplitudinem pori liberè excurrere po­
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              terunt, & proindè nullum vas reperietur, per quod
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              aqua penetrare queat: & aduertendum eſt, quòd à
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              qualibet exigua vi motiua impelli, & inſinuari poſſet
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              aqua per prædictas poroſitates, ſcilicèt à vi ſuæ pro­
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              priæ grauitatis, ſeù à quacumque alia vi eam
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              , vel impellente, vt poſteriùs oſtendemus; hoc au­
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              tem eſt euidenter falſum, cùm aqua communis, aut
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              ſpiritus vini ſubtiliſſimus vitri poroſitates penetrare
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              non poſſit, licèt
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              impellatur, igitur falſum eſt, </s>
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