The Scaling of Speeds and Distances in Galileo’s Two New Sciences: A reply to Palmerino and Laird

Centaurus 54 (2):182-191 (2012)
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In this reply, we respond to the comments of Palmerino and Laird on our article, "Galileo's Refutation of the Speed Distance Law of Fall Rehabilitated," published in the same issue of Centaurus.



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