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    What is it or why should I say is an object with mass restant to initial motion ?

    Shouldnt there be another "weak" force holding it in its place ?


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    Inertia. What causes intertia? That's still an open question.


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    higgs field is the best explination of it yet. look it up
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    Hello!

    The moment(s ) adjacent materials have to give way? Plus or minus an absorption rate of the object?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Miller
    Hello!

    The moment(s ) adjacent materials have to give way? Plus or minus an absorption rate of the object?

    Steve
    1. If it is in a vaccum there are no adjacent materials.
    2. What in the name of all that is red, ripe and succulent is an absorption rate in this context?
    3. Inertia, inertia, inertia. As MM6 says that is a description, not an explanation.
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