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" ... heat in the case of the two supposed bodies. A comet having an orbit extending to the path of the planet Neptune, approaching so near the sun as to almost graze his surface in passing, would have a velocity of about 390 miles per second, which is... "
Climate and Time in Their Geological Relations: A Theory of Secular Changes ... - Página 321
por James Croll - 1893 - 577 páginas
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volumen14

James Samuelson, William Crookes - 1877
...an amount of heat that would dissipate the earth into vapour, though the striking body might not be heavier than a cannon-ball. There is, however, nothing...the velocity which we have found would be required to generate the 50 million years' heat in the case of the two supposed bodies. A comet having an orbit...
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The Journal of Science: 1877, Volumen14

1877
...an amount of heat that would dissipate the earth into vapour, though the striking body might not be heavier than a cannon-ball. There is, however, nothing...the velocity which we have found would be required to generate the 50 million years' heat in the case of the two supposed bodies. A comet having an orbit...
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Nature, Volumen17

1878
...found would be required to generate the 50,000,000 years' heat in the case of the two supposed bodies. A comet having an orbit extending to the path of the...velocity of about 390 miles per second, which is within eighty-six miles of that required. It must be borne in mind, however, that the 476 miles per second...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1878
...of heat which would cover the present rate of the sun's radiation for a period of 50,000,000 years. so near the sun as to almost graze his surface in...velocity of about 390 miles per second, which is within eighty-six miles of that required. It must be borne in mind, however, that the 476 miles per second...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1878
...which would cover the present rate of the sun's radiation for a period of 50,000,000 years. There is nothing very extraordinary in the velocity which we have found would be required to generate the 50,000,000 years' heat in the case of the two supposed bodies. A comet having an orbit...
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Discussions on Climate and Cosmology

James Croll - 1885 - 327 páginas
...found would be required to generate the 50 millions years' heat in the case of the two supposed bodies. A comet having an orbit extending to the path of the...390 miles per second, which is within 86 miles of that required. It must be borne in mind, however, that the 476 miles per second is the velocity at...
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Discussions on Climate and Cosmology

James Croll - 1885 - 327 páginas
...an amount of heat that would dissipate the earth into vapour, though the striking body might not be heavier than a cannon-ball. There is, however, nothing...the velocity which we have found would be required to generate the o0 millions years' heat in the case of the two supposed bodies. A comet having an orbit...
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Stellar Evolution and Its Relations to Geological Time

James Croll - 1889 - 118 páginas
...50,000,000 years. 1 There is nothing extravagant in the assumption of such a velocity. A comet, for example, having an orbit extending to the path of the planet...graze his surface in passing, would have a velocity within 86 miles of what we have assumed. Twice this assumed velocity would give 200,000,000 years'...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1878
...which would cover the present rate of the sun's radiation for a period of 50,000,000 years. There is nothing very extraordinary in the velocity which we have found would be required to generate the 50,000,0<iO years' heat in the case of the two supposed bodies. A comet having an orbit...
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Nature, Volumen17

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1878
...which would cover the present rate of the sun's radiation for a period of 50,000,000 years. There is nothing very extraordinary in the velocity which we have found would be required to generate the 50,000,000 years' heat in the case of the two supposed bodies. A comet having an orbit...
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