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Pearl Necklace said...

Here, leaving aside the single, special effects, produce
these diverse forces and elements of the environment on both classes of bodies,
we consider their combined actions and ask ourselves what is the
a common feature of these actions?
Obviously, it is that the outer surface is exposed
a greater amount of change than the inner mass. In the case when the question
action is substances that make up the environment, the conclusion is inevitable that they
act directly on the open part to a greater extent than those
which they covered. If the question is about the forces, penetrating the environment,
it becomes obvious that, with the exception of gravity, which acts on
the outer and inner parts, without distinction, the outer part give much
more room for their action than internal. When it comes to heat
it is clear that the outer part needs to lose her and to much faster than
internally and in the environment, which then warmer, then colder, these two parts
generally present to a certain extent the difference in the temperature of
at least where the thickness is greater. If we are talking about light, then
the outer part of the subjects, with the exception of a completely transparent, in other
equal conditions should be more subject to change from the action of light,
than internal, and I mean that it is not such complicated
a convex outer surface, leading to internal concentrations
rays. Hence, generally speaking, follows the inevitable consequence that the first and
the almost universal effect relationship between the body and its environment is
differentiation of external from internal parts. I say "nearly" universal
the action, because where the body and mechanically, and chemically is
very stable, such as quartz crystal, the medium may not
cause no internal or external modifications.