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" ... peculiarities. It deduces a relatively slow growth of the earth, with a rising internal temperature developed in the central parts and creeping outward. With such a mode of growth, the stages of the earth's early history necessarily depart widely... "
Proceedings of the Liverpool Geological Society: Sessions - Seite 224
1905
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Geology: Earth history: Genesis

Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin, Rollin D. Salisbury - 1905
...large body, but the main hypothesis is not dependent on this postulate. It assigns the gathering-in of the planetesimals to the crossing of the elliptical...temperature developed in the central parts and creeping outward. With such a mode of growth, the stages of the earth's early history necessarily depart widely...
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Geology, Band 2

Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin, Rollin D. Salisbury - 1905
...planetesimals to the crossing of ibe elliptical orbits in the course of their inevitable shift ings. Out of this process and its antecedents, it develops...temperature developed in the central parts and creeping outward. With such a mode of growth, the stages of the earth's early history necessarily depart widely...
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Geology: Earth history: genesis

Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin, Rollin D. Salisbury - 1906
...crossing of the elliptical orbits in the course of their inevitable shiftings. Out of this process arid its antecedents, it develops consistent views of the...temperature developed in the central parts and creeping outward. With such a mode of growth, the stages of the earth's early history necessarily depart widely...
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Bulletin of the American Geographical Society, Band 38

American Geographical Society of New York - 1906
...their directions of rotation, of their variations of mass, of their varying densities, and of their peculiarities. It deduces a relatively slow growth...temperature developed in the central parts and creeping outward. With such a mode of growth, the stages of the earth's early history necessarily depart widely...
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The Science-history of the Universe, Band 2

Francis Rolt-Wheeler - 1909
...moved about the central mass in elliptical orbits of considerable but not excessive eccentricity. ... It deduces a relatively slow growth of the earth,...temperature developed in the central parts and creeping outward." From the strictly geological standpoint the most important difference between the Nebular...
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Bulletin, Band 38

1906
...their directions of rotation, of their variations of mass, of their varying densities, and of their peculiarities. It deduces a relatively slow growth...temperature developed in the central parts and creeping outward. With such a mode of growth, the stages of the earth's early history necessarily depart widely...
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