Re: About rocks blowing in the wind
Posted by Dogrock on Apr 14, 2002 at 23:28
Re: About rocks blowing in the wind (Andy™)
That's the idea I was trying to get across. Whoever or whatever would have less mass would float away, I was alluding to the fact that however fast the forward movement, the sideways movement would require very little effort to force a change of direction. Yet this slow or easy change of direction could eventually result in all the forward movement becoming a huge force. I'm wondering here about the accelleration of apples in a gravity field. Could the accelleration be a change of direction more than a pull. All apples fall in a curve, a possible change of direction leading to accelleration.
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