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" The solid crust would yield so freely to the deforming influence of sun and moon that it would simply carry the waters of the ocean up and down with it, and there would be no sensible rise and fall of water relatively to the land. "
Further researches on the physics of the earth, and especially on the ... - Seite 183
von Thomas Jefferson Jackson See - 1908 - 119 Seiten
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Geological Magazine, Band 2;Band 5;Band 15

Henry Woodward - 1878
...afford a decisive argument against the earth's interior liquidity." 5 But there remain the tides. " The solid crust would yield so freely to the deforming influence of the sun and moon, that it would simply carry the waters of the ocean up and down with it, and there...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Band 13

James Samuelson, William Crookes - 1876
...continuous steel and 500 kilometres thick, it would yield very nearly as much as if it were india-rubber, to the deforming influences of centrifugal force and of the sun's and moon's attractions. The state of the case was shortly this: — The hypothesis of a perfectly rigid crust containing liquid...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Band 46

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1877
...continuous steel aud 500 kilometres thick, it would yield ver}- nearly as much as if it were india-rubber to the deforming influences of centrifugal force and of the sun's and moon's attractions. Now although the full problem of precession and nutation, aud, what is now necessarily included in...
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Physics of the Earth's Crust

Osmond Fisher - 1881 - 299 Seiten
...different. The lastnamed eminent physicist says that unless the earth as a whole were extremely rigid, "the solid crust would yield so freely to the deforming influence of the sun and moon, that it would simply carry the water of the ocean up and down with it, and there...
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The Student's Handbook of Physical Geology

Alfred John Jukes-Browne - 1884 - 514 Seiten
...the strain, and would be subject to periodic deformations similar to oceanic tides.3 He says that, " the solid crust would yield so freely to the deforming influence of the sun and moon, that it would simply carry the waters of the ocean up and down with it, and there...
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Geology: Chemical, Physical, and Stratigraphical, Band 2

Joseph Prestwich - 1888
...the supposition that a molten nucleus underlies a superficial crust, Sir William Thomson says that the solid crust would yield so freely to the deforming influence of the sun and moon, that it would simply carry the waters of the ocean up and down with it, and there...
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Physics of the Earth's Crust

Osmond Fisher - 1889 - 391 Seiten
...simultaneously with the surface of the sea, the tide would be thereby diminished. Sir W. Thomson has said : " The solid crust would yield so freely to the deforming influence of the sun and moon, that it would simply carry the waters of the ocean up and down 1 "Geol. Mag." vol....
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MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL PAPERS

SIR WILLIAM THOMSON, LL.D., D.C.L., F.R.S. - 1890
...waves, and flowing freely towards any issue that may here and there be opened for its outward escape" the solid crust would yield so freely to the deforming...would simply carry the waters of the ocean up and down with it, and there would be no sensible tidal rise and fall of water relatively to land. 28. The...
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and ..., Band 10

1890
...continuous steel, and 600 kilometres thick, it would yield very nearly as much as if it were india-rubber to the deforming influences of centrifugal, force, and of the sun's and moon's attractions." It would yield, indeed, so freely to these attractions " that it would simply carry the waters of the...
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Mathematical and Physical Papers: Elasticity, heat, electro-magnetism; IV ...

William Thomson Baron Kelvin - 1890
...continuous steel and 500 kilometres thick, it would yield very nearly as much as if it were india-rubber to the deforming influences of centrifugal force and of the sun's and moon's attractions. Now although the full problem of precession and nutation, and, what is now necessarily included in...
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