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Topic: A new finding in physics
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Tom Potter

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Re: A new finding in physics
Posted: Sep 6, 2013 11:26 PM
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"Odd Bodkin" <> wrote in message
> On 9/6/2013 11:07 AM, Peter wrote:
>> I went for five years to a university in Ohio, but I did not allow them
>> to brainwash me,
>> making me believe things which are clearly false. I also did hundreds of
>> experiments with levers
>> and multiple-disk pulleys. As I already said it, the physical laws are
>> correct.

> Peter, if you did not believe the things that you were taught in college,
> and you did not pass the classes, then it's a fair statement that you do
> not know what the physical laws actually say.
> I think what is the more accurate statement is that you have some ideas in
> your head that YOU think are what the laws say, but that's not what they
> actually say.
> There is no law of physics that allows linear momentum to be converted
> into angular momentum. If you think there is, then you don't know what the
> laws really are.

Tom Potter

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