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- 66 Why does mass limit acceleration?
- 63 Why did we expect gravitational mass and inertial mass to be different?
- 21 How is Newton's first law of motion different from Galileo's law of inertia? If the two are the same, then why is the first law named after Newton?
- 18 Since photons are said to be the force carrier of electromagnetic force, does it mean that photons get transferred from golf club to golf ball?
- 15 Do Newton's laws of motion imply no physical difference between different inertial frames of reference?
- 14 Is there a name for what Feynman called a fundamental constant i.e. "ratio of electrical repulsion to gravitational attraction between electrons"?
- 13 Thought experiment: Does "artificial gravity" created in a spinning spaceship last forever?
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