- Dec 24, 2004
I like your sarcasm! Of course I had considered that you were giving me more support in debunking General Relativity. Since inertial weight is considered to be real in Einstein's Principle of Equivalence. Never did Einstein refer to mass in his writings.If an object gets closer to the Earth, it gains weight. There is no "weight" outside a gravitational field.
Accelerating the object doesn't increase the weight. It just makes the weight gain happen sooner.
Inertial force is fictitious. There's actually no such thing.
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And the fact that you resorted to a Wiki article. The article is a complete work of fiction. And I know you know that.