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The lost inertia mass conjecture of the relative effect

  1. Jul 22, 2004 #1

    If a vessel is in whirl fluid in very high speed, inside the vessel. the relative inertia mass effect will be appear in some direction.
    It is to lose some. As the relative effect of the whirl fluid outside vessel.
    The inertia mass will be to lose some, the conservation of mass will not be right, the inertia mass will not be same with its gravitation mass and relativistic mass.
    If this conjecture is right by the experiment
    That is a big event in physics future. :rofl:









     
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