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> email@example.com Joachim Maier <firstname.lastname@example.org> Re: necessity of mental memesReply-To: email@example.com
>>All velocity involves change, but not all change has to be a velocity
>>change; IOW, not all change is positional.
>I have to admit, the volume of messages was sometimes too high for me, and
>I did not read all the messages. But could anybody please give me an
>example of change were no spacial change is involved?
>I still have a hard time to come up with any example where nowhere in the
>process of any change there is not also a change in velocity of something
What about isotopic decay or the stopping of a spinning sphere? Of course, in the first instance, some electrons leave the quantum shield at a velocity while the rest remains unchanged, and in the second the circular motion is stopped but the sphere as a whole maintains its position. Change does involve the movement of SOME of what changes, but not ALL.
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