By Richard Green Parker A.M., David Grant Stewart Sr.
The physics textbook that taught of the best geniuses of our time, Thomas Alva Edison and Henry Ford. Ford acknowledged it contained the entire details recognized in regards to the topic on the time.
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896 ft. and making no allowance for the progressive motion of sound 1 repaired to the tower of Pisa, each party, perhaps, with equal confidence. On the one side stood It was a crisis in the history of human knowledge. the assembled wisdom of the universities, revered for age and science, Around them thronged th united and venerable, dignified, commanding. multitude, and about them clustered the associations of centuries. On the other there stood an obscure young man (Galileo), with no retinue of fol- But his courage was lowers, without reputation, or influence, or station.
Hich compose the former are not closely while iu and therefore considerable they occupy space packed together, the latter they are joined more closely together, and occupy but little room A pound of cork and a pound of lead, therefore, will dilfer very much in apparent size, while they are both equally attracted by the earth, that w size, ; ; they weitfh the samo *1 MECHANICS. & balloon is made, are heavier than air, but their extension ia are filled with an elastic fluid of a dif greatly increased, and they (Went nature, specifically lighter than air, so that, on the whole, the balloon when thus filled is much lighter than a portion of air of the same dimensions, and it will rise.
What ty ^ e tfr^fieciion ? which The angle 163. is reflected it or reflection is the angle P erP en dicular with the line body as it formed made by the leaves the surface against struck. Thus, in Fig. 10, the angle of incidence to the angle of reflection ? P t R is the angle of reflection. 164. * flection are B P, and the Thus, in Fig. 10, the angle of incidence, that is, another to one P are B of ; R, reflection, equal angle an number of contain degrees. ) What will be the course of a body in motion which strikes From what 165 now been has .
A School Compendium of Natural and Experimental Philosophy by Richard Green Parker A.M., David Grant Stewart Sr.