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Pearl Necklace said...

With regard to mass ratios, including all indirect, we
agree with Huxley in denial of their need and intend now to confirm
its position by the spring. Let's start with an analogy.
Anyone who has been on a big iron plant and saw a giant pair of scissors
driven machine used for iron razresevanje
sheets which are placed between the strips of scissors. We assume that the only
the visible parts of the apparatus is the bands. Watching their movement (or,
rather, the movement of a single lane, because the other is commonly fixed)
notice, the increase and decrease of the angle and the curve described
moving end that there must be some centre of motion - the rod or
axle (open sleeve). On this ratio can be viewed as a
necessary. In addition, it can conclude that on the other side of the center
the movement of the moving half, converted to lever, to which is attached a force
but since there is a different device, then it can be called as
likely ratio. If he went further and began to disassemble, as it was
this lever rocking movement he made would likely
the movement is transmitted by connecting rod. And if he knew some of
mechanics, he would know that such a movement can be reported using the
eccentric. But he knew also that it can be communicated and using
fist. In short, he would have seen that between the scissors and the remote
parts of the machine is not one of the required ratio. Let's take another case.