AOH :: FORCE.TXT Physical Force: What it REALLY is (by Robert McElwaine, kook)
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Physical FORCE: What It REALLY IS

Most orthodox physicists do NOT know what a force REALLY
IS.  The best that they can do is to define it in terms of
what it DOES--accelerate a mass, (F = ma).  Yet, they
ARROGANTLY use the terms "PSEUDO-FORCE" and "FICTIONAL FORCE"
to describe forces like centrifugal force and the Coriolis
force.  The physicists have FAILED to pick up the CLUE, about
what a force really is, from the fact that these so-called
"pseudo-forces" result from MOTIONS.

According to the GENERAL UNIFIED Theory of the physical
universe developed by the late Physicist Dewey B. Larson, a
force is a MOTION, or a COMBINATION OF MOTIONS, or a
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MOTIONS, including INWARD and OUTWARD
SCALAR MOTIONS, in the form of TRANSLATIONAL, VIBRATIONAL,
ROTATIONAL, or ROTATIONAL-VIBRATIONAL motions.

For example, the expansion of the physical universe is
simply an OUTWARD SCALAR MOTION, which is an INHERENT
PROPERTY of the universe and NOT a result of a "big bang",
[which means that "Hubble's Constant", whatever its correct
value, can NOT be used to determine the age of the physical
universe.].

Gravitation is an INWARD SCALAR MOTION that obeys the
inverse square law.  MOTION is what makes a homogeneous
gravitational field "EQUIVALENT" to a uniformly accelerated
reference frame (which is in a certain kind of MOTION).

For objects moving at speeds close to the speed of
light, acceleration drops toward zero, (a = F/m), NOT because
"mass increases toward infinity" (mass really STAYS
CONSTANT), but because FORCE decreases toward ZERO (because
of the RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MOTIONS of the near-light speed
of the object and the OUTWARD SCALAR MOTION of light at the
speed of light).

In Larson's Theory, the "strong nuclear force" and the
"weak nuclear force" DO NOT EXIST.  They are merely AD HOC
ASSUMPTIONS, resulting from an ERRONEOUS model of the atom.

and "THE UNIVERSE OF MOTION".

UN-altered REPRODUCTION and DISSEMINATION of this
IMPORTANT Information is ENCOURAGED, ESPECIALLY to COMPUTER
BULLETIN BOARDS.

Robert E. McElwaine
B.S., Physics and Astronomy, UW-EC

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