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If this and the following paragraphs were written five years
later, when Professor Andrews has published a report on its research, the
namely, in this position, becoming more defined and however
more reasonable would be freed from the erroneous assumption that
the specified internal structure is universal. Consider, guided by
the results obtained by Professor Andrews, what in all probability was
would incremental changes in the gathering nebulous spheroid.
Prof. Andrews has shown that for every kind of gaseous matter
there is a temperature above which no amount of pressure can not
to trigger the transition to the liquid state to the Observation made a priori in
the above passage that "if increasing the pressure of the gas holds
the warmth that develops, the force of his resistance becomes
certainly limitless," is consistent with the conclusion reached by inductive
by that if the temperature is not lowered to a "critical point", how would
big the supplied power, gas enters the liquid state At the same
time experiments made by Professor Andrews, show that if the temperature
decreased to the point at which it becomes possible to transition in a liquid
condition, it will occur where the pressure first reaches the required
force What will be the conclusion in relation to the gathering mists of the spheroids?
Imagine a spheroid of this magnitude, what is needed for education
one of the smaller planets, and consisting of outside extensive cloud atmosphere,
formed from a harder condensing elements, and inside of the metal vapor
moreover, these internal couples, the consequence of the existence in them of mixing
currents (convection), there is little vary in temperature. Imagine further,
that constant radiation brought inner mass of metal vapor to
critical point.