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Re: Does Velocity Play A Factor?

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Posted by tOM on November 16, 1999 03:51:54 UTC

Why are you (ZC) trying to force this into a 'local' discussion? Everybody here, I think, is quite aware of this particular aspect, and its bearing, or lack of, on the question at hand. Your assertions amount to : tidal forces/accelerations "don't exist" if your apparatus isn't sensitive enough to measure them over some (possibly tiny) period of time and spatial extent.

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