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Group: sci.physics.relativity · Group Profile
Author: BURT
Date: Jun 7, 2010 23:13

On Jun 7, 1:05 pm, Uncle Al hate.spam.net> wrote:
> BURT wrote:
>
>> Relativity of motion is always in the opposite direction of
>> acceleration and its changing speed.
>
> [snip crap]
>
>    1) Circular orbit.
>    2) Zero change in speed over time.

So you are familiar with my work scumbag?

Zero strength of gravity. And everything inbetween.

Mitch Raemsch
>    3) idiot
>
>> Mitch Raemsch
>
> In order to maintain an untenable position you must be actively
> ignorant - though stupidity, religion, or insanity are passively
> adequate.
>
> --
> Uncle Alhttp://www.mazepath.com/uncleal/
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