
#55
Apr311, 10:28 AM

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EDIT: Beaten by a longshot! 



#56
Apr311, 10:31 AM

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#57
Apr311, 10:34 AM

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im talking about anything hat came into existense dropped on earth from space from outer space anything which was not on earth initially. not about u and me being born so now instead of cutting my statements please answer them. 



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Apr311, 10:38 AM

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Apr311, 10:38 AM

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Apr311, 10:40 AM

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#62
Apr311, 10:40 AM

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If you are already at 1000mph, you only need to exert a force to give you an additional 5mph. 



#63
Apr311, 10:42 AM

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And being free from all forces would not define a velocity anyway. It just would mean that the velocity would remain constant (with respect to any inertial frame). 



#64
Apr311, 10:44 AM

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Now do u get wat i am trying to say? 



#66
Apr311, 10:47 AM

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also answer my other question concerning force for quiring speed of 1005 miles 



#67
Apr311, 10:49 AM

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[QUOTE=Doc Al;3226931]No, not at all.[/QUOTE
then i give up trying to explain to u. maybe someone else will be able to. 



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Apr311, 10:52 AM

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#70
Apr311, 10:52 AM

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Stop using textspeech, singh94. The correct wording is you rather than u, I rather than i, what rather than wat, are rather than r.




#71
Apr311, 11:00 AM

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finally i am on earth and moving with the earth constant speed of 1000 miles. if i move in opposite direction at a speed of x miles per hour and i reach the speed in 1 second then why dont i need a force of which can give me a speed of 1000+x miles in opposite diretion in 1 sec. otherwise i have two different velocities at same time 1000 miles in earth direction an five miles in opposite direction which is not possible 



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