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Verb Tense Is Crucial To Accuracy In This Type Of Writing

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on January 14, 2005 18:03:06 UTC

Hi I hope that by being extremely nitpicky,
one may contribute, if even in a petty way,
to the assemblage of Tarajee's Theory Structure.

Tarajee wrote:
"gravity is the only force acting on it which causes acceleration"


Because discussing acceleration involves plotting several points along a continuum of time,
the verb "is" is inadequate for describing this convergence of factors except at the beginning level.
Tarajee wrote:
have already explained that all the heavenly bodies which have a spin around their body axle, are alive bodies, will never touch each other, as they produce repelling force. They must contain lava inside their bodies, and that doomsday will never happen due to their collision, never.

Again, I must protest at eVeryone's hasty dismissal of alternate versions of asteroid gravitation.
Anyone can make this error, including those who
advance it most. Please do not mistake lighthearted attempts at gravity and attempts to rise above old ways of thinking.

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