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" ... the earth were perfectly rigid. It seems therefore nearly certain, with no other evidence than is afforded by the tides, that the tidal effective rigidity of the earth must be greater than that of glass. "
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for ... - Seite 183
1908
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Treatise on Attractions, Laplace's Functions and the Figure of the Earth

John Henry Pratt - 1865 - 162 Seiten
...investigations, the earth were perfectly rigid. It seems therefore nearly certain, with no other evidence than is afforded by the tides, that the tidal effective rigidity...of the earth must be greater than that of glass." PROP. To explain how Precession can be used as a test of tlie EartKs Rigidity. day about its axis,...
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Ideality in the Physical Sciences

Benjamin Peirce - 1881 - 211 Seiten
...suppose, therefore, that we may safely, for the present time, adopt the opinion of this philosopher that "the tidal effective rigidity of the earth must be greater than that of glass;" and that, instead of living "on a mere thin shell of solid substance, inclosing a fluid mass of melted...
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Treatise on Natural Philosophy, Band 1,Ausgabe 2

William Thomson Baron Kelvin, Peter Guthrie Tait - 1883
....1 the whole rigid. It seems, therefore, nearly certain, with no other eviOf a solid dence than is afforded by the tides, that the tidal effective rigidity of the earth must be greater than that of glass. 844. The actual distribution of land and water, and of depth where there is water, over the globe is...
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Mathematical and Physical Papers, Band 3

William Thomson Baron Kelvin - 1890
...investigations, the earth were perfectly rigid. It seems therefore nearly certain, with no other evidence than is afforded by the tides, that the tidal effective rigidity of the earth must be greater than that of glass. 16. Any approach to a close testing of the absolute amount of the tidal influence can scarcely be expected...
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MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL PAPERS

SIR WILLIAM THOMSON, LL.D., D.C.L., F.R.S. - 1890
...investigations, the earth were perfectly rigid. It seems therefore nearly certain, with no other evidence than is afforded by the tides, that the tidal effective rigidity of the earth must be greater than that of glass. 16. Any approach to a close testing of the absolute amount of the tidal influence can scarcely be expected...
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Mathematical and Physical Papers, Band 3

William Thomson Baron Kelvin - 1890
...investigations, the earth were perfectly rigid. It seems therefore nearly certain, with no other evidence than is afforded by the tides, that the tidal effective rigidity of the earth must be greater than that of glass. 16. Any approach to a close testing of the absolute amount of the tidal influence can scarcely be expected...
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A History of the Theory of Elasticity and of the Strength of Materials: pts ...

Isaac Todhunter - 1893
...the earth were perfectly rigid. It seems, therefore, nearly certain, with no other evidence than is afforded by the tides, that the tidal effective rigidity of the earth must be greater than that of glass (§ 843). 28—2 There is a point here which it is important, however, to bear in mind. The theory...
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Popular Lectures and Addresses: Geology and general physics

William Thomson Baron Kelvin - 1894 - 654 Seiten
...earth was perfectly rigid. It " seems, therefore, nearly certain, with no other " evidence than is afforded by the tides, that the " tidal effective...equal to that of glass or steel is incredible ; and we arc forced to the conclusion that the earth is not a mere thin shell filled with fluid, but is on the...
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The Observatory, Band 29

Royal Astronomical Society (Gran Bretaña) - 1906
...'Natural Philosophy' we find the tidal evidence summarised as follows : ' It seems certain, therefore, that the tidal effective rigidity of the Earth must be greater than that of glass.' In the 1883 edition of the same work a discussion of the question by Prof. George Darwin is given....
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Band 76

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1907
...'Natural Philosophy' we find the tidal evidence summarised as follows : ' It seems certain, therefore, that the tidal effective rigidity of the earth must be greater than that of glass.' In the 1883 edition of the same work a discussion of the question by Professor George Darwin is given....
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