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i was just thinking about space time and wondered if would i be correct to assume that inertia is derived from the space-time rate difference between atoms as they begin to move.

i would assume that if the time rate for standing atoms differed from the rest of the atoms then it would create a drag during acceleration that would be calculatable as the current formula exists.

just wondering if this is the current theory and i’m to lazy to search through a million different quantum theorys 😉

 

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