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Offline saspinski

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may the force be with you
« on: 17/01/2016 00:56:10 »
               what it means?
May dp/dt be with you or may kx be with you?
which is the most original meaning of force?


 

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Re: may the force be with you
« Reply #1 on: 17/01/2016 11:37:04 »
It binds everything.  Hooke's law or another restoring expression proportional to a workfunction must be it.
 

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