[ros-dev] Very nice.
ionucu at videotron.ca
Thu Jul 16 08:56:18 CEST 2009
You can create physical apartuses (aparatii?) that demonstrate the
existence of pseudo-forces, so they do "exist". The term "pseudo"
doesn't mean "non-existent".
Hell, go up a building and drop a heavy object in a perfect straight
line. It'll land a bit east because of circular motion forces that are
On 15-Jul-09, at 5:22 PM, Alex wrote:
> Hello Timo,
> Thursday, July 16, 2009, 4:09:30 AM, you wrote:
>> [01:12] care2debug: Physicus: do you have a physics degree? I
>> how one can make such blunders who is not in the 7th grade :)
> Oops, that didn't sound very well, I agree, even if it was not meant
> as a serious remark (see the smile). Heat of the discussion, I
> For that I apologize.
> But I still don't think banning was an appropriate solution. You could
> ignore me, you could tell me to STFU, anything.
>> The ban was to make you think about your behaviour. Please learn the
>> stuff (there is a centrifugal force, it is only existant in the
>> reference system and not in an inertial system and it's a pseudo-
>> but that doesn't make it non-existant, learn about what a force is at
>> all) and learn to be less of a smartass. Your ban has already been
> I see that you agree that this is a pseudo-force. But since this list
> is not related to physics I will not continue this discussion here.
> Best regards,
> Alex mailto:care2debug at gmail.com
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