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Posted by Christopher James Jenyns on October 15, 2003 17:26:51 UTC

ok, empirical models don't have a memory, ok.

let me ask again
if
pushing away from the Earth requires resisting its gravity
and
dropping to the Earth implies going with its gravity
then
maintaining one's balance during an earthquake means what? to gravity?

i AM asking whether the data can be conflated and modelled independently of contributing forces...

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