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Mass Is Negative Velocity

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on March 2, 2002 18:59:36 UTC

. Force is negative velocity (mass) times acceleration.

Where did this come from. The argument you give in the above post is incorrect as the mass does not concel out on both sides of the force equation.

The rest of your analysis depends on this step.

BTW- Stafford did not derive the collapse theory. So his analysis is incomplete on the basis of fields. On the basis on particles, he did not use the particles from the future that Feymann found to be needed to derive quantum electrodynamics.



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