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Force = F(mass, time,distance )

Force it is function

mass , time ,  distance - arguments for Function F


IF  FORCE is ABSOLUTE   ===>  EACH  FUNCTION's  agument must be ABSOLUTE


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You can not build Absolute Function  IF  function  use  more than one relative ARGUMENT

Si Units system
[Newton = kg * meter / sec^2 ]


POLSKI (PL )
Każda siła w fizyce jest wartością Absolutną.  Nie ważne jest co widzimy i z jakiej perspektywy na to patrzymy
Nigdy onbserwacja nie zmieni wartości siły która zaszła w zdarzeniu.

Ponieważ siła jest funkcją matematyczną tak jak każda funkcja składa się z argumentów

Matematyka
Nie można zbudować funkcji  dającej absolutne wartości jeżeli co najmniej jeden argument funkcji jest
relatywny

Jednostką siły według układu Si jest Newton  [Newton = kg * metr / sek^2 ]
na mocy matematyki ( twierdzeniu o funkcji ) wnioskuję że argumenty  takie jak masa /metr/ sekunda to wartości również absolutne

 
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IF  FORCE is ABSOLUTE   ===>  EACH  FUNCTION's  agument must be ABSOLUTE
what makes you think force is absolute?
 

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observer1  >>>>



m  < Finger
-----------------------------
---------TABLE-----------


^
^
^
observer2


Mass m is not making work but table feel force !
 not inmortant is TIME / And this what see observer
I'm pushing mass m by finger  10 Newtons
DO YOU SEE 10 Newton ? or mass m feel 10 Newtons ?

I SAW 10 newtons ! ( false we can not see FORCE ) 
FORCE we can feel  only feel !

IT IS POSSIBLE THAT AROUND TABLE EXIST MANY MANY OBSERVERS THEY CAN MOVING
BUT THEY ARE NOT ABLE CHANGE  REACTION
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How big force feel electrons inside mouse ?
give me please  this info .... why ?
 I will tell You  that  Ball is making rotation OR NOT ?

LEFT GLASS BALL and  MOUSE is making rotation or RIGHT GLASS BALL and MOSUSE ?

for example mouses are able see only   GLASS BALLS  ( there is no Earth - Glass balls are in universe )

https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-MO4yFNiocW4/VuYSNpTt2HI/AAAAAAAACow/IujesHa1tDA7sMkkzbrGGM_hJ2BbA6uBg/s1600/444.png


IMPORTANT IS WHAT SEE BROTHER or WHAT FEEL BROTHER  ?
brother  see that he is moving  respect to other brother

but he feel FORCE ? ( small but real )
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-pxFv568X_bA/VkV2P-JHijI/AAAAAAAACho/LVUGBCqX73g/s1600/t2.jpg


STUDY PLEASE MACH's model

https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-phoicMeW28k/VuuT8fxC6GI/AAAAAAAACrg/15Id408lPSwLf3Cvytj0xNEqUnakVpjaA/s1600/23.jpg

Michelson Morley Confirmed MACH ! not Einstein !
it is the same SHIFT's mechanism !
https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-z5G3hPCJPps/VvD5Wg20w-I/AAAAAAAACuM/lE_SnKX_NMsNsYMAEaaOUKYJ-7hRJ1ivQ/s640/111.jpg

During signal is going to sensor ,  sensor is changing position too .
please compare left and right situation it is very similar problem !!!
Even if Exist only Earth's rotation we will see Doppler not ZERO
https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-QFkKMQ1esDY/Vt-_G-BtrQI/AAAAAAAACnw/v3LXld1dB_w/s640/123.jpg

« Last Edit: 23/03/2016 14:56:10 by marzosia2 »
 

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Force is not absolute, it is relative.
 

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Force is not absolute, it is relative.


The only absolute thing that really exists is space itself?

''noun
14.
something that is not dependent upon external conditions for existence or for its specific nature, size, etc. (opposed to relative ).''


 

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