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" I urge, that the conservation of force ought to be admitted as a physical principle in all our hypotheses, whether partial or general, regarding the actions of matter. I have had doubts in my own mind whether the considerations I am about to advance are... "
Experimental Researches in Chemistry and Physics - Page 442
by Michael Faraday - 1859 - 496 pages
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1857
...conservation, but simply, that being, as far as we perceive, inconvertible in its nature and unchangeable in its manifestation, it offers an unchanging test...daily into importance as an element in the exercise of force. The earth moves in its orbit in time ; the crust of the earth moves in time ; light moves...
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Mechanics' Magazine, Volume 66

1857
...is therefore given abnve in full. We shall probably offer a few remarke upon it shortly. senration of force ought to be admitted as a physical principle...daily into importance as an element in the exercise of force. The earth moves in its orbit in time ; the crust of the earth moves in time ; light moves...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 66

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1857
...suggested as they often are by very imperfect induction from a small number of facts, or by :> тегу imperfect observation of the facts themselves : but,...daily into importance as an element in the exercise of force. The earth moves in its orbit in time; the crust of the earth moves in time ; light moves...
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The Chemist

1857 - 796 pages
...suggested as they often arc by very imperfect » Read before the Royal Institution of Great Britain. induction from a small number of facts, or by a very...application of principles which have been developed by cloae inquiry, have stood through much investigation, and continually increase in force. For instance,...
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Proceedings, Volume 2

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1858
...actions of matter. I have had doubts in my own mind whether the considerations I am about to advance arc not rather metaphysical than physical. I am unable...daily into importance as an element in the exercise of force. The earth moves in its orbit in time ; the crust of the earth moves in time ; light moves...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1858
...imperfect observation of the facts themselves ; but, on the other hand, I think the philosopher may bo bold in his application of principles which have been...daily into importance as an element in the exercise efforce. The earth moves in its orbit in time ; the crust of the earth moves in time ; light moves...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1859 - 448 pages
...observation of the facts themselves; but, on the other hand, I think the philosopher may be bold in In; application of principles which have been developed...instance, time is growing up daily into importance as an clement in the exercise of force. The earth moves in its orbit in time ; the crust of the cartn moves...
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The Correlation and Conservation of Forces: A Series of Expositions

Edward Livingston Youmans - 1865 - 502 pages
...conservation, but simply that being, as far as we perceive, inconvertible in its nature and unchangeable in its manifestation, it offers an unchanging test...daily into importance as an element in the exercise of force. The earth moves in its orbit in time; the crust of the earth moves in time ; light moves...
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The Correlation and Conservation of Forces: A Series of Exposition

Edward Livingston Youmans - 1865 - 490 pages
...number of facts, or by a very imperfect observation of the facts themselves ; but, on the other hand, 1 think the philosopher may be bold in his application...daily into importance as an element in the exercise of force. The earth moves in its orbit in time ; the crust of the earth moves in time ; light moves...
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The Correlation and conservation of forces

Edward Livingston Youmans - 1868 - 438 pages
...are necessary consequences ; therefore I urge, that the conservation of force ought to be.admitted as a physical principle in all our hypotheses, whether...instance, time is growing up daily into importance as an clement in the exercise of force. The earth moves in its orbit in time ; the crust of the earth moves...
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