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Some very common misconceptions in Physics [Science]
posted December 8 2012 10:34.56 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Most people believe that the source of gravity is mass. Even more people believe that if one object A moves with a speed of 100 in relation with object B, and object B moves with a speed of 100 in relation with object C, if bot A and B move towards the same direction then object A moves with a speed of 200 in relation with object C (100+100=200). Well, both of the above statements are false!



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