We could tell, for example, the number of degrees which this amount of heat would impart to a globe of water equal to the earth in size. Mayer and... The World of Comets - Síđa 479eftir Amédée Guillemin - 1877 - 548 síđurHeildartexta - Um bókina
| 1864
...computed that the heat which would be generated if the earth was suddenly stopped in her orbit, would be **sufficient not only to fuse the entire earth, but to reduce it in great part to** vapor. We wish here to point out what appears to be a non sequitur in the reasoning of most writers... | |
| John Tyndall - 1863 - 538 síđur
...which would be developed, supposing the earth to be stopped in her orbit. We could tell, for example, **the number of degrees which this amount of heat would...this calculation, and found that the quantity of heat** generated by this colossal shock, would be quite sufficient, not only to fuse the entire earth, but... | |
| John Tyndall - 1863 - 500 síđur
...which would be developed, supposing the earth to be stopped in her orbit. We could tell, for example, **the number of degrees which this amount of heat would...this calculation, and found that the quantity of heat** generated by this colossal shock would be quite sufficient, not only to fuse the entire earth, but... | |
| Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art - 1863 - 602 síđur
...stopped in its orbit. Mayer and Helmholts have made this calculation, and found that the quantity of heat **generated by this colossal shock would be quite sufficient,...entire earth, but to reduce it in great part to vapour.** Thus, by the simple stoppage of the earth in its orbit, the elements might be caused to melt with fervent... | |
| Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art - 1863 - 610 síđur
...stopped in its orbit. Mayer and Helmholts have made this calculation, and found that the quantity of heat **generated by this colossal shock would be quite sufficient,...entire earth, but to reduce it in great part to vapour.** Thus, by the simple stoppage of the earth in its orbit, the elements might be caused to melt with fervent... | |
| 1863 - 828 síđur
...determine the exact amount of heat which would be developed supposing the earth to be stopped in its orhit. **Mayer and Helmholtz have made this calculation, and found that the quantity of heat** generated by the colossal shock would be quite sufficient, not only to fuse the entire earth, hat to... | |
| 1865 - 648 síđur
...which would be developed, supposing the earth to be stopped in her orbit. We could tell, for example, **the number of degrees which this amount of heat would...this calculation, and found that the quantity of heat** generated by this colossal shock would be quite sufficient not only to fuse the entire earth, but to... | |
| 1865 - 648 síđur
...which would be developed, supposing the earth to be stopped in her orbit. We could tell, for example, **the number of degrees which this amount of heat would...globe of water equal to the earth in size. Mayer and** Ilelmholtz have made this calculation, and found that the quantity of heat generated by this colossal... | |
| John Tyndall - 1866 - 492 síđur
...which would be developed, supposing the earth to be stopped in her orbit. We could tell, for example, **the number of degrees which this amount of heat would...globe of water equal to the earth in size. Mayer and** Hehnholtz have made this calculation, and found that the quantity of heat generated by this colossal... | |
| John Tyndall - 1868 - 568 síđur
...the earth to strike against a target strong enough to stop its motion. We could tell, for example, **the number of degrees which this amount of heat would...earth, but to reduce it, in great part, to vapour.** Thus, by the simple stoppage of the earth in its orbit, ' the elements' might be caused 'to melt with... | |
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