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" ... 1. Heat radiated from the sun (sunlight being included in this term) is the principal source of mechanical effect available to man.\ From it is derived the whole mechanical effect obtained by means of animals working, water-wheels worked by rivers,... "
Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine - Page 146
1882
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Hand-books of Natural Philosophy: Courses I, II.

Dionysius Lardner - 1853
...energies, establish the following general conclusions : — 1. Heat, radiated from the sun (sunlight being included in this term), is the principal source...working, water-wheels worked by rivers, steamengines, galvanic-engines, and part at least of the mechanical effect obtained by means of wind-mills, and the...
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Year Book of Facts in Science and Art

John Timbs - Science - 1853
...to establish the following general conclusions :• — • 1. Heat radiated from the sun (sunlight being included in this term) is the principal source...working, water-wheels worked by rivers, steam-engines, and galvanic engines, and part at least of the mechanical effect obtained by means of windmills and...
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Handbooks of Natural Philosophy and Astronomy: Heat - Magnetism - Common ...

Dionysius Lardner - 1853
...energies, establish the following general conclusions : — 1. Heat, radiated from the sun (sunlight being included in this term), is the principal source...working, water-wheels worked by rivers, steamengines, galvanic-engines, and part at least of the mechanical effect obtained by means of wind-mills, and the...
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The Theory and Practice of Horticulture: Or, An Attempt to Explain the Chief ...

John Lindley - Plant physiology - 1855 - 606 pages
...reference to an equivalent conclusion by Sir John Herschel, that heat radiated from the sun (sunlight being included in this term) is the principal source...man. From it is derived the whole mechanical effect of animals working, water-wheels worked by rivers, steamengines, and galvanic engines, &c. Vegetation...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Volume 3

Royal Society of Edinburgh - Science - 1857
...adduced to establish the following general conclusions: — 1. Heat radiated from the sun (sunlight being included in this term) is the principal source...working, water-wheels worked by rivers, steam-engines, and galvanic engines, and part at least of the mechanical effect obtained by means of windmills and...
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The Electrical Review, Volume 9

Electric engineering - 1881
...the following general conclusions : — " Heat radiated from the sun (sunlight being included in the term) is the principal source of mechanical effect...sails of ships. " 2. The motions of the earth, moon, and sun, and their mutual attractions, constitute an important source of available mechanical effect....
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 20

Science - 1882
...adduced to establish the following general conclusions : " 1. Heat radiated from the sun (sunlight being included in this term) is the principal source...sails of ships. " 2. The motions of the earth, moon, and sun, and their mutual attractions, constitute an important source of available mechanical effect....
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1882
...hydrogen, phosphorus). '1. Heat radiated from the кип (sunlight being included in this term) и the principal source of mechanical effect available to man." From it is derived the whole 1 Bead at the Koyal Society of Edinburgh on February 2, 1862 (Proceedings of that date). 1 A general...
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Popular Lectures and Addresses, Volume 1

William Thomson Baron Kelvin - Geology - 1894
...of animals working, water-wheels worked " by rivers, steam-engines, galvanic engines, wind" mills, and the sails of ships. " 2. The motions of the earth, moon, and sun, " and their mutual attractions, constitute an im" portant source of available mechanical effect....
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

Physics - 1852
...being included in this term) is the principal source of mecJianical effect available to man*. Prom it is derived the whole mechanical effect obtained...working, water-wheels worked by rivers, steamengines, and galvanic engines, and part at least of the mechanical effect obtained by means of windmills and...
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