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December 11th, 2015, 09:55 PM   #1
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Interactive Momentum or Force.

This new term Interactive Momentum or Force.
It may not be listed on the on the internet. This term has not been published.
Because I invented it many years ago. Please look at the term as being: Any opposition to force or momentum. This would attribute to, wind resistance, or even possible space resistance. Causing friction to be applied to this moving mass, and slowing, or impeding this force, or momentum eventually. An example of this is.The same force reacts differently in air as apposed to water. Due to different amounts of interactive momentum, it encounters, or reacts with.
Please again, think closely about this term before posting any negative comments. With definition or information you have just gathered to object with out reason.
If you do have questions or comments, please keep them in a positive manner.
Please avoid Personal comments. true discussion can help people if used in a proper manner.
This information, as always is intended to help us think outside our boxes.

If any member wants to help with publishing this term, let me know. It is copy written.

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December 29th, 2015, 01:42 AM   #2
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