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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. "
Messenger - Página 8
1906
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Geological Magazine, Volumen2;Volumen5;Volumen15

Henry Woodward - 1878
...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...tidal rise and fall of water relatively to land." GI have inquired7 whether, taking their lagging into consideration, it is certain that the crests of...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volumen13

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, Volumen46

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 páginas
...Thomson says: "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...sensible tidal rise and fall of water relatively to land 4 ." Mr George Darwin has 1 "Geol. Mag." Vol. vp 507. 2 "Problems of Eotary Motion." "Smithsonian Contributions,"...
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Physics of the Earth's Crust

Osmond Fisher - 1881 - 299 páginas
...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 would be no sensible tidal rise and fall of the water relatively to land." It does not however appear necessary that the earth should be absolutely...
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Textbook of Geology

Archibald Geikie - 1882 - 971 páginas
...continuous steel, and oOO kilometres thick, it would yield very nearly as much as if it were india-rubber to the deforming influences of centrifugal force,...it, and there would be no sensible tidal rise and full of water relatively to land." 5 Mr. George H. Darwin in the series of papers already referred...
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The Student's Handbook of Physical Geology

Alfred John Jukes-Browne - 1884 - 514 páginas
...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...tidal rise and fall of water relatively to land." He concludes that the mass of the earth " is on the whole more rigid than a continuous solid globe...
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Text-book of Geology

Archibald Geikie - 1885 - 992 páginas
...continuous steel, and 500 kilometres thick, it would yield very iioarly as much as if it were india-rubber to the deforming influences of centrifugal force,...attractions " that it would simply carry the waters of the осеип up and down with it, and there would be no sensible tidal rise and fall of water relatively...
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Geology: Chemical, Physical, and Stratigraphical, Volumen2

Joseph Prestwich - 1888
...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...sensible tidal rise and fall of water relatively to land. The phenomena of the tides have not, however, been determined with sufficient accuracy to settle definitely...
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Physics of the Earth's Crust

Osmond Fisher - 1889 - 391 páginas
...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. vp 507. a "Problems of Botary Motion." "Smithsonian Contributions," No. 240. New...
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