In a previous article, <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: >In article <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >> Snip< >> >>The typical physicist is as_inextricably_ confused as you are: That's why. > >So now you know something about physics that most physicists don't know? >That seems kind of vain. > >Why do you think I'm confused about it?
Greg! Do I have to come right out and call you a dummy (dumb-dumb;-) in order for you to see that the reason the kilogram is a constant (a _unit_ of mass) is because its weight (w), the force it exerts on a spring, or on an unequal arm, or pendulum balance scale, varies in proportion to the free fall acceleration (g) wherever they are; so that its Gravitational Mass (w/g) is a constant: Wherever they are!
When can I quit repeating this? How long will it take for it to sink in?
Gramp, Shead a'course.
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