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Classic Mecanics laws without force, inert mass, gravitational mass, charge

  1. Aug 16, 2003 #1
    [SOLVED] Classic Mecanics laws without force, inert mass, gravitational mass, charge

    For any bodies i, k, n
    http://roman-inkinen.front.ru/main_triangle.GIF
    All constants positive, but const'(in) may be positive or negative.
    Accelerations in equations (1), (2), (4), (5) are called gravitational accelerations
    accelerations in equations (1), (2), (6), (7) are called Kulon accelerations

    Law (1) is acceleration relation conservation law
    a(ni)/a(in)=const(in): accelerations change in time, but acceleration relation does not change.
    All equations containing constants are conservation
    laws.
    No mass, no force, no charge.
    Excuse me for my english, I'm foreigner.
     
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