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Re: Newton's, F=ma

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Posted by Nathan/">Nathan on November 4, 1999 21:09:16 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.

: How would you use f=ma to measure mass in space

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