Subject: Why does centrifugal force and inertia depend on Machs principle?
Date: Mon Jul 3 04:13:15 2000
Posted by Bob Weant
Grade level: grad (science)
City: Rock Hill State/Province: SC
Area of science: Physics
Inertia, Mach argued, applies ONLY as a function of the interaction
between one body and other bodies in the universe, Is this to say that a
point on a rotating disc would not experience centrifugal force if there
were no other objects in the universe? No inertial force if no far away
Re: Why does centrifugal force and inertia depend on Machs principle?
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