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 Be the first pioneers to continue the Astronomy Discussions at our new Astronomy meeting place...The Space and Astronomy Agora Re: Newton's, F=ma Forum List | Follow Ups | Post Message | Back to Thread Topics | In Response ToPosted by Math. on November 10, 1998 00:20:35 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?

Can it be so;

F=(ma)+1

1=something exist thing=example moon 1 dont mean numerical value. It mean existing, being.

Then m=(F/A)+1, and if 1=moon, then m=moon.

F=(ma)+1 is natural view of matter.

If 1=matter, then m=(f/a)+1 m=matter, and when matter start to move, F=mass/accelaration

E=(MC^2)+1, where 1=M itself, not it's mass.

Numbers dont say, how something was existing, and why? Numbers say, what amount, etc. that existing exist.

We are in the space. In the space, matter move. Make living things. We are that living things.

Who maked space? Who maked matter? Who maked us?

We Humans has make many storyes? We dont have answer of these storyes. We need new seeings. That seeings is round of us. We see it every day.

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