[we now introduce the idea that] the force of gravity towards any whole planet arises from, and is compounded of, the forces of ... all bodies with us must mutually gravitate one toward another, whereas no such gravitation anywhere appears, I answer, ... With the aid of his own calculus Newton proceeds to show that if we assume the same universal law of gravitation for ... He was not free from all traces of what we regard as pseudo- sciences; apart from some early interest in astrology, anbsp;...

Title | : | Development of concepts of physics |

Author | : | Arnold B. Arons |

Publisher | : | - 1965 |

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