| W. W. ROUSE BALL - 1893
...sooner," to quote from Dr. Glaisher's address on the bicentenary of the publication of the Principia, **"had " Newton proved this superb theorem and we...beautiful a result " till it emerged from his mathematical** investigation than all "the mechanism of the universe at once lay spread before him. " When he... | |
| Florian Cajori - 1899 - 322 lapas
...verified by the figures, though for long distances he might have claimed that it yielded close MECHANICS **approximations. When Halley visited Newton in 1684,...Cambridge Chronicle, April 20, 1888. We have used also** BALI,, Hist, of Math., 1888, pp. 295-297. ROSENBERGER'S Isaac Newton und seine Physilcalischen Principien... | |
| Florian Cajori - 1899 - 322 lapas
...distances he might have claimed that it yielded close 1 RT GLAZEEROOR, article "Newton " in Die. Nat. Bioy. **approximations. When Halley visited Newton in 1684,...on the discovery of the law of gravitation, consult** AV. WR BALL, op. cit. ; J. VT. L. GLAISHER. "Bicentenary Address." ''am',ridge Chronicle. April 20,... | |
| Walter William Rouse Ball - 1901 - 527 lapas
...sooner," to quote from Dr Glaisher's address on the bicentenary of the publication of the Prinfipia, " **had Newton proved this superb theorem and we know...beautiful a result till it emerged from his mathematical** investigation than all the mechanism of the universe at once lay spread before him. When he discovered... | |
| Walter William Rouse Ball - 1908 - 522 lapas
...sooner," to quote from Dr. Glaisher's address on the bicentenary of the publication of the Principia, **"had Newton proved this superb theorem and we know from his own words that** ho had no expectation of so beautiful a result till it emerged from his mathematical investigation... | |
| Ernst Mach - 1915 - 106 lapas
...commemoration (1887) of the bicentenary of the publication of the Principia (see Ball, op. cit., p. 61), **"had Newton proved this superb theorem and we...beautiful a result till it emerged from his mathematical** investigation than all the mechanism of the universe at once lay spread before him. When he discovered... | |
| Ernst Mach - 1915 - 106 lapas
...publication of the Principia (see Ball, op. cit., p.' 6l), "had Newton proved this superb theoremand **we know from his own words that he had no expectation...beautiful a result till it emerged from his mathematical** investigationthan all the mechanism of the universe at once lay spread before him. When he discovered... | |
| S. Chandrasekhar - 1997 - 295 lapas
...heavens. In an address given on the bicentenary of the publication of the Principia, JW Glaisher said, **Newton proved this superb theorem and we know...beautiful a result till it emerged from his mathematical** investigation that all the mechanism of the universe at once lay spread before him. Newton's initial... | |
| Malcolm S. Longair, Professor Malcolm S Longair - 2003 - 569 lapas
...of JWL Glaisher, on the occasion of the bicentenary of the publication of the Principia, No sooner **had Newton proved this superb theorem - and we know...beautiful a result till it emerged from his mathematical** investigation - then all the mechanism of the universe at once lay spread before him We can imagine... | |
| ...simplification whereby the Sun, planets, Earth and Moon were taken as massive points. Glaisher says: No sooner **had Newton proved this superb theorem and we know...beautiful a result till it emerged from his mathematical** investigation than all the mechanism of the universe at once lay spread before him. . .it was now... | |
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