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Newton's, F=ma

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Posted by Wondering? on November 6, 1998 00:48:37 UTC

Just founding at net:

F=ma,

S=Space. m=matter mass=planet=example earth. and m=1 a=acceleration of m F=mechanical power.

F=ma, m=F/a, a=F/m; F=1a, 1=F/a, a=F/1;

When a=0, then F=0: F=ma. When F=0, then a=0: a=F/m

When m=0? ::: m=F/a, but m=1. m has always mass, matter mass? m exist always, at space.

E=mc^2, has same thing. m=1.

Mathematic formula cannot solve problem, why matter exist?

That is the reasons, why Big-Bang, matter borning emptyness, is not natural view. Emptyness mean 0, and then m=0. But m exist, so it cannot be 0.

Just wondering?

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