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Key to the universe: : or, A new theory of its mechanism. Founded upon a I. Continuous orbital propulsion, arising from the velocity of gravity and its consequent aberrations; II. Resisting ethereal medium of variable density. With mathematical demonstrations and tables
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Key to the universe: : or, A new theory of its mechanism. Founded upon a I. Continuous orbital propulsion, arising from the velocity of gravity and its consequent aberrations; II. Resisting ethereal medium of variable density. With mathematical demonstrations and tables
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**Key to the universe: : or, A new theory of its mechanism. Founded upon a I. Continuous orbital propulsion, arising from the velocity of gravity and its consequent aberrations; II. Resisting ethereal medium of variable density. With mathematical demonstrations and tables**represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in**Brigham Young University**. This resource is a combination of several types including: Work, Language Material, Books.- Label
- Key to the universe: : or, A new theory of its mechanism. Founded upon a I. Continuous orbital propulsion, arising from the velocity of gravity and its consequent aberrations; II. Resisting ethereal medium of variable density. With mathematical demonstrations and tables

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- or, A new theory of its mechanism. Founded upon a I. Continuous orbital propulsion, arising from the velocity of gravity and its consequent aberrations; II. Resisting ethereal medium of variable density. With mathematical demonstrations and tables

- Statement of responsibility
- by Orson Pratt, Sen

- Language
- eng

- Citation location within source
- 6507

- Citation source
- Flake, C.J. Mormon bib.

- Index
- no index present

- LC call number
- QB981

- LC item number
- .P8

- Literary form
- non fiction

- Nature of contents
- dictionaries

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