FLUIDS


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This slug, when disturbed, emits a very fine purplish-red fluid, which stains the water for the space of a foot around.
It could emit, at will, a certain portion of the water, and it appears, therefore, probable that this fluid is taken in partly for the sake of regulating its specific gravity.
Heidegger; "and all of you, my respected friends, are welcome to so much of this admirable fluid as may restore to you the bloom of youth.
At first, it lay lightly on the surface of the fluid, appearing to imbibe none of its moisture.
And who can say that this attraction was powerful enough to alter the motion of the moon at that period when the earth was still fluid?"
Occasionally this rosy fluid overflows into the rest of her face--by which I mean that she blushes--as softly as the mark of your breath on the window- pane.
The capacity of this interior balloon was only sixty-seven thousand cubic feet: it was to float in the fluid surrounding it.
Such an envelope as this could retain the inflating fluid for any length of time.
It was a nasty job, for the fluid was very sticky, but Cecily persevered and got it done.
This fluid mass comprises two billions two hundred and fifty millions of cubic miles, forming a spherical body of a diameter of sixty leagues, the weight of which would be three quintillions of tons.
But in this middle fluid travelled over by the Nautilus, the electric brightness was produced even in the bosom of the waves.