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Posted by Alexander on December 3, 2001 20:39:55 UTC

It is you who do not understand plain English, not me:
That regardless any new discoveries Newton, Maxwell, Einstein, etc will ALWAYS be there.

Newton will ALWAYS be there - engineers will ALWAYS use 3 newton's laws including famous F=ma, they will always use Newton's gravitation inverse square equation F=GMm/R^2 and many other Newtonian mechanics equations. I fact, mechanical engineers practically NEVER use anything else - no need, because Newton works EXTREMELY WELL for them. Try to convince them to use GR or SR equations INSTEAD, and they'll look at you as at an idiot.

So, people will ALWAYS use Newton's equations, Maxwell's, Einstein, Shredinger, etc. - because they WORK (=agree with experiment) and work VERY WELL.

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