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      11-25-2013, 03:59 PM   #241
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Originally Posted by klammer View Post
How is it incorrect? Isn't a=v^2/r Which means things get heavier as we move from the center. His statement was totally correct, perhaps it's application may have been off and if course there's more factors...there always is
*its (I love it when someone trying to be condescending doesn't know basic grammar, and btw that's not the only grammatical miscue in your post )

And I didn't say it was incorrect. I said it draws an incorrect conclusion because it is too oversimplified for this application. No one is denying centrifugal force = mv^2/r Do you just like to bicker or what's the deal here? Nothing I've posted is absurd in the slightest.

Last edited by oldmanstyle; 11-25-2013 at 04:20 PM.