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Posted by Aurino Souza on January 25, 2002 17:58:07 UTC

Harv,

Let me try and make it easier for you. You know the definition of acceleration, right? a = dv/dt

My question is, why is it that you can't possibly run any experiment to prove that the definition of acceleration does not properly describe the motion of bodies in space?

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