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Inertia - What Causes It?

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Posted by Duane Eddy on February 8, 2007 23:29:59 UTC

I am looking for opinions on the cause of inertia.

Is it caused by mass in the universe?

Is it a property it derives from within itself?

Is there a time delay before it starts?

Does it last for a time after acceleration stops?

It could be the result of a mass being removed from its own gravitational field.

You may comment on the above or suggest some ideas of your own.

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