> On Nov 18, 7:31 pm, "RH Nigl / GH Diel" exoptica.com> wrote:
>> Say, a ten centimeter cube of Iron, is pulled up a forty-five degree
>> incline with a steady motion, it is a simple physics presentation,
>> (Newton's First Law of Motion), but really, what is happening here?
>> Is there a model that explains the motion of the cube 'during' its
>> position at rest to its final position, again at rest--that is, I am
>> for a description of the Iron cube in motion.
>> Is there an incremental space related model of this 'phenomena'?
>> Would this 'phenomena', like a pseudo-solid time lapse morphing
>> of the Iron cube--if it were to be captured in nano-second 'frames'
>> with some sort of super speed motion recorder--appear like a rectilinear
>> 'snake', of sorts?
>> Again, does a 'model' exist to explain this basic phenomena?
> There are thousands of model to describe the motion.
> But, the physics morons haven't yet noticed that the
> basic engineering problem was already solved by the ancient
> So all current models of it, including the idiot physics texts
> that scribble equations about it, alreadly are just instances
> of a more general model called AI.
> Which is why we invented super-duper speed DVD+RW
> for the physics morons doing idiots models of it.
>> Your responses highly valued.
Well, that's interesting.