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#97 - ryderjbudde (10/20/2013) [-]
I'm not here to insult you or anything, I read the rest of your comments and I simply would like to talk to you.
A force is defined as an influence tending to change the motion of a body or produce motion or stress in a stationary body.
It doesn't matter what gravity is, it is a force.
#99 - whereistherumgone (10/20/2013) [-]
Did you read the bit where I said that that definition of a force is for the use of force in mathematical formula? Mathematical formula that only describes the behaviour of a force in the physical world, which also happens to describe the behaviour of gravity in the physical world, which is in turn why at the time this definition was formed they believed gravity to be a force? This was all before the discoveries that set gravity apart from the other fundamental forces.
#104 - whereistherumgone (10/20/2013) [-]
Yes, F=ma, but what I'm saying is that definition is ridiculously outdated. That definition didn't take into consideration everything that made a force, because they didn't know it existed at the time. That definition doesn't fit in modern physics. A force being a noun, it made sense back then to define a force back then, but now that definition describes an effect (interactions with physical matter), not an actual thing.
#119 - whereistherumgone (10/20/2013) [-]
No, i'm saying back then they thought the whole of force acted in the physical world, now we can see what causes a force in the sub-atomic world, and we can see that the part of a force acting in the physic world is just an effect caused by what's going on in the sub-atomic world. We now know that a force acts in the physical world AND the sub-atomic world; except we can see that gravity doesn't because it doesn't have a gauge boson and the higgs interferes with the possibility of there being a gauge boson, which points to gravity not being a force.
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