
#37
Jan1411, 01:08 PM

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From E = mc^{2} we know energy and mass are two sides of the same entity....Einstein's work showed that in either form, mass or energy, gravity has an influence. It turns out pressure also has gravitational effects. 



#38
Jan1811, 05:07 PM

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that is clear from the law . if we put m=0 then f=0 so acceleration = o according to Newton's first law. What is independent of mass is the magnitude of acceleration and not the existance of acceleration In GR yes .. because acceleration is a result of spacetime curvature (caused by M) which is independent of m This is one of the differences between GR and Newtonian theory 



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Jan1811, 05:11 PM

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#41
Jan1811, 06:13 PM

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Thanks for pointing the acceleration. Masih,13 



#42
Jan1811, 06:25 PM

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Please I thought you were man of logics. Why is it that humans are so stupid, especially adults. They kill, they waste and all they want is power, but kids are smarter and yet because of jealousy and power all adults do to kids it make them have a bad life. By the way I can't imagine you being a 13 year and thinking the way I have and done and what have you discovered all your life with your stupid education. Yes I know education is good but what's more important is the way you think. Masih,13 



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Jan1811, 07:30 PM

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Jan1811, 08:27 PM

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Masih,13 



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#46
Jan1811, 09:18 PM

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By the way is that a rule in this website? Masih 



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