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Subject: What if you are wrong?
Question: Gyroscopes have always been intresting to me.Physics class gave the same explanation.It just doesn't seem right ,so i went one step further.All of the physics was mostly derived from Newton.I think I might have found a flaw in newtons mechanics that explains why a gyroscope really works.Newton treats matter as a single seprate piece or point having the properties newtonian.Logicaly a single piece cannot be observed without a seperate point of reference.It works in logic ,why not matter and mechanics.If this is so then matter might be a two part interconnected field.Which would explain what any kid knows.That there is an force externally connected to the gyroscope that makes it work.A magic force.
Date: 29 March 2013
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