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Subject: see descriptive comments box

Date: Tue Mar 11 16:53:48 1997
Posted by: Andrew Zimmerman
Grade level: 10-12
School/Organization: Stevens Point Area Senior High
City: Stevens Point State/Province: WI
Country: USA
Area of science: Physics
Message ID: 858120828.Ph
see descriptive comments box
If electrons are constantly spinning around their orbits in the attom,
That would cause a gyeroscopic effect to account for inertia.  But
if an object is cooled to almost absolute zero and its electrons slow
and finaly stop at abdolute zero would the object still have inertia?

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