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" Is not the Heat of the warm Room convey'd through the Vacuum by the Vibrations of a much subtiler Medium than Air, which after the Air was drawn out remained in the Vacuum? And is not this Medium the same with that Medium by which Light is refracted and... "
Observations on the hypotheses which have been assumed to account for the ... - Pagina 15
di Samuel Vince - 1806
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Report of the Board of Regents, Parte 1

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents, United States National Museum, Smithsonian Institution - 1901
...largest for making a sensation of deep red, etc.? * * * "Query 18: * * * Is not the heat of the warm room conveyed through the vacuum by the vibrations of a much subtiler medium than the air, which, after the air was drawn out remained in the vacuum [ether], and is not this medium...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, Parte 1

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1901
...heat of the warm room conveyed through the vacuum by the vibrations of a much subtiler medium than the air, which, after the air was drawn out remained in the vacuum [ether], and is not this medium the same with that medium by which light is refracted and reflected,...
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Kants Verteidigung der Metaphysik: eine Untersuchung zur Problemgeschichte ...

Stefan Schulze - 1994 - 248 pagine
...lassen. „ ls not the heat of the warm room conveyed through the vacuum by vibrations of a much subtler medium than air, which, after the air was drawn out, remained in the vacuum? And is not this medium the same with that medium by which light is refracted and reflected, and by...
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Henry More: And the Scientific Revolution

A. Rupert Hall, David Knight - 2002 - 320 pagine
...1717), those numbered 17 to 24 in the current text, and four extra pages to Query 31. He here introduced 'a much subtiler Medium than Air, which after the Air was drawn out remained in the Vacuum . . . the same with that Medium by which Light is refracted and reflected, and by whose Vibrations...
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Why Beauty Is Truth: The History of Symmetry

Ian Stewart - 2007 - 304 pagine
...and causing refraction and diffraction. In Newton's words: Is not the Heat of the warm Room convey 'd through the Vacuum by the Vibrations of a much subtiler...after the Air was drawn out remained in the Vacuum? And is not this Medium the same with that Medium by which Light is refracted and reflected, and by...
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A Flower for Einstein

Gerald Lebau - 2007 - 332 pagine
...censure, as to remedy [some] defects." In Qu. 18 Newton asked, "... Is not the heat of the warm room conveyed through the vacuum by the vibrations of a...much subtiler medium than air, which after the air is drawn out remained in the vacuum? And is not this medium the same [as] that medium by which light...
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Nature, Volume 60

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1899
...red, &c. ? . . . " " Query 18. — ... Is not the heat of the warm room convey 'd through the vafitum by the vibrations of a much subtiler medium than air,...after the air was drawn out remained in the vacuum ? [ether] and is not this medium the same with that medium by which light is refracted and reflected,...
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Philosophical Magazine, Volume 57

1821
...June 1821. 3 F verse, verse, rare and elastic in a high degree. " Is not the heat (of the warm room) conveyed through the vacuum by the vibrations of a much subtiler medium than air ? And is not this medium the same with that medium by which light is reflected and refracted, and by...
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Nature, Volume 60

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1899
...of deep red, &c. ? . . . " "Query 18. — . . . Is not the heat of the warm room convey "d throLzh the vacuum by the vibrations of a much subtiler medium than air, whicb. after the air was drawn out remained in the racuuttt' [ether] and is not ih^ medium the...
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