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Author Topic: Skinner 1939 gravity machine centrifugal force tests and hope  (Read 4706 times)


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Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Skinner 1939 gravity machine centrifugal force tests and hope
« Reply #31 on: January 17, 2018, 03:59:38 AM »
Thanks Mike,
That’s a true change in “weight”.
by accelerating (downward) at the acceleration of g
You effectively cancel out the gravitational force,
Making your weight =0.
your mass has not changed,
And the gravitational energy (referenced to ground level)
      only decreases at a rate of g
Your weight drops to 0, regardless of its initial value.


This is different from an upward force = g
In this scenario gravitational force drops to 0,
But the weight stays the same.


[edit] in one perspective it is the same,
an upwards force of g from another perspective
creates “double the weight” in terms of forces on
the object being measured.

 

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