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Why include 'gravity' as a separate 'force'?

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Old 05-31-2007, 10:14 AM
G.H. Diel
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Default Why include 'gravity' as a separate 'force'?



Suppose gravity (g), as a force is removed from all models and only
acceleration (a),
of any mass (m), remains, what then? 'Acceleration' is easily identified,
apparently,
the same can not be said in the search 'gravity'.

After all, the two are equivalent are they not?


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