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For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

For every force, there is an equal and opposite force.

Newton’s third law of motion violates the law of Cause and Effect, dominant principle of Classical Physics.

If Newton’s third law is correct, then how did momentum begin ?

Newton’s third law states: QuoteFor every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

…the forces two particles exert on each other are equal and opposite.

To make the paradox clear.

Momentum doesn't need to "begin" because it is a conserved vector, so the net momentum inside a closed system is zero. You push the car, you feel it resisting as it accelerates, and the earth moves ever so slightly backwards.

No paradox. If you push something, you can feel it pushing back at you for as long as it is accelerating.

Even in space ?

Hi alancalverd,What is a conserved vector if you don't mind me asking ?

QuoteNo paradox. If you push something, you can feel it pushing back at you for as long as it is accelerating.Even in space ?