In a previous article, <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: >In article <01bfad2e$c5eb5b60$LocalHost@default>, >Donald G. Shead <email@example.com> wrote: snip< > >>My _point_ is that I've found the concepts of mass and weight to be >>_inextricably_ confused! No one else seems to think so. They don't seem to >>see any problem; they don't believe that even if there is; it's >>significant: I claim that it's _the_ major problem facing physics today; >>especially since theoretical physics is born of ficticious properties that >>are attributed to 'masses' of matter. > >If you can figure out the relationship between mass and weight, why do you >think the typical physicist can't also figure it out?
The typical physicist is as_inextricably_ confused as you are: That's why.
Gramp, Shead a'course.
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