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" Are not all hypotheses erroneous in which light is supposed to consist in pression or motion propagated through a fluid medium? If it consisted in pression or motion, propagated either in an instant, or in time, it would bend into the shadow. "
MEMOIRES OF THE LIFE,WRITINGS, AND DISCOVERIES - Pagina 148
door SIR ISAAC NEWTON - 1855
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Modern Nonlinear Optics, Deel 3

Myron W. Evans - 2004 - 804 pagina’s
...we choose." For Newton, however, light comprised material particles and he argues, contra Huygens, "Are not all hypotheses erroneous, in which Light is supposed to consist of Pression, or Motion propagated through a Fluid medium?" (see Newton [2], Query 28). Newton attempts...
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The Tests of Time: Readings in the Development of Physical Theory

Lisa M. Dolling, Arthur F. Gianelli, Glenn N. Statile - 2003 - 716 pagina’s
...seventeenth century. This reading comes from Newton's Opticks (1704). THE PARTICLE THEORY OF LIGHT Are not all hypotheses erroneous in which light is...only in pression propagated without actual motion, it could not be able to agitate and heat the bodies which refract and reflect it. If it consisted in motion...
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Mirror, Mirror: A History Of The Human Love Affair With Reflection

Mark Pendergrast - 2009 - 448 pagina’s
...Rays of Light very small Bodies emitted from shining Substances?" Then he attacked the wave theory. "Are not all Hypotheses erroneous, in which Light...Pression or Motion, propagated through a fluid Medium?" If it were, light would bend around corners into shadows (more than diffraction), the waves would bump...
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Philosophy of Nature, Volume 3

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel - 2002
...Shadow, which is the Nature of the Rays of Light'. In the preceding query Newton examines hypotheses in which light is supposed to consist in 'Pression or Motion, propagated through a fluid Medium', but rejects them because he has no evidence of the bending or crookedness of light, and because Huyghens...
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Nature, Volume 60

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1899
...invented for explaining the phenomena of light, by new modifications of ibe rays? . . ." '* Query 38.— Are not all hypotheses erroneous in which light is...pression or motion, propagated through a fluid medium? . . . and if it (light) consisted in pression or motion, propagated either i-; r instant or in time,...
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Nature, Volume 60

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1899
...invented for explaining the phenomena of light, by new modifications of the rays? . . ." " Query 28. — Are not all hypotheses erroneous in which light is...pression or motion, propagated through a fluid medium? . . . and it it (light) consisted in pression or motion, propagated either in an instant or in time,...
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Thomas Young Natural Philosopher 1773-1829

Alexander Wood - 1983 - 355 pagina’s
...even though he had to use what amounted to a wave theory as a subsidiary hypothesis. Thus he says :2 Are not all hypotheses erroneous in which light is supposed to consist of a pression or motion, propagated through a fluid medium? If it consisted in pression or motion,...
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