What a jerk! (cont'd from General Physics)

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Andrew Mason
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[mentor's note: the following posts were split off a thread in General Physics:

https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=155149 ]

but that does not work, I need net force.
in other words, I only care whether or not a constant jerk can exist.
The only one that comes to mind is the GWB force. It was thought to be of relatively short duration but has demonstrated a much longer lasting effect. The phenomenon itself seems to defy physics (and science altogether). Although GWB is touted by those closest to it, to be a steady-state or "stay the course" force, most would categorize it as a constant jerk phenomenon.

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do you think you could tell me about this GWB force?
 
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It is generated by "shock and awww". It has also been associated with nucular forces in some countries that are aligned along an axis of evil.
 
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Could you be referring to the George W. Bush force?
 
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ziad1985
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could it meant ? Gravity Wave Breaking
 
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could it meant ? Gravity Wave Breaking

Not sure what Gravity Wave Breaking force is. Care to explain?
 
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ziad1985
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I think he might have been talking about this : http://www.nersc.gov/news/annual_reports/annrep98/prusa.html
 
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I seem to have my jerks confused...
 
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I am very slow. hehe.
 

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