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Posted by Duane Eddy on April 18, 2003 03:42:41 UTC

How about inertia with respect to rotation?

If you rotate an object it experiences centrifugal acceleration directed away form the center of rotation.

If the object has no rotation and the universe is rotated would the object experience centrifugal acceleration as if it was rotating or not?

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