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Nonchalance Force Vs Kinetic Momentum


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There is one last experiment which should be tested, the rest force propulsed from an object as as a projectile on a moving object. It is true that only forces can cancel when equal, but what about gravitational fields being introduced? In my ideas past, the gravitational field is responsible for at least inertial bodies at rest. Snooker tables surely do use balls all the time with elastic kinetic properties that are often well defined. But the question remains, how does gravity influence it?

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