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### Is weight really a determination of an external object?

.. and I'm the one playing with labels, really?   'Weight' â‰  "force of an object"   Lol, are you serious? The object, per se, has no...
Post by: Boats And Hoes, Oct 5, 2014 in forum: Philosophy
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### Is weight really a determination of an external object?

To speak of weight as an attribute that remains independently of a subject is like speaking of a triangle that remains independently of three...
Post by: Boats And Hoes, Oct 5, 2014 in forum: Philosophy
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### Help I cant walk to the other side of my 10 ft room its to long.

The space between two points is not infinite, it is defined as the space between 10 feet in this equation.   I never said that the space...
Post by: Boats And Hoes, Oct 5, 2014 in forum: Philosophy
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### Is weight really a determination of an external object?

Lol, I'm not bastardizing definitions. The reality remains: 'weight' is defined through a subject, while 'mass' is defined according to...
Post by: Boats And Hoes, Oct 5, 2014 in forum: Philosophy
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### Help I cant walk to the other side of my 10 ft room its to long.

Yea, I never understood how something that isn't infinite in extension can be divided infinitely; the idea that a finite space can be divided...
Post by: Boats And Hoes, Oct 5, 2014 in forum: Philosophy
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### Is weight really a determination of an external object?

Yea... try again.   The point is not hard to get, even if it's hard for you to concede: weight, in all its of modifications, has no reality...
Post by: Boats And Hoes, Oct 5, 2014 in forum: Philosophy
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### Is weight really a determination of an external object?

What exactly are you trying to get at Boats? Like is there a point that you're trying to get at that you haven't clued us in on yet?     How...
Post by: Boats And Hoes, Oct 5, 2014 in forum: Philosophy
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### Is weight really a determination of an external object?

In physics, "weight" is actually the FORCE exerted by a gravitational field on a MASS.   Yes, I don't disagree that bodies descend to the...
Post by: Boats And Hoes, Oct 5, 2014 in forum: Philosophy
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### Is weight really a determination of an external object?

You claim that I am yelling relativity, and am mistaken for doing so, while you're on insisting on a single frame of reference? Really? I'm...
Post by: Boats And Hoes, Oct 5, 2014 in forum: Philosophy
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### Is weight really a determination of an external object?

You see, this is a practice in logic, friend; again, I'm not saying that 1 â‰  1 or that 1 > 2; of course, according to mathematical language...
Post by: Boats And Hoes, Oct 3, 2014 in forum: Philosophy
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### Is weight really a determination of an external object?

Yes, I like this response.   What you're asking is kind of confusing then. Both your experiences would be accurate, neither one supersedes...
Post by: Boats And Hoes, Oct 3, 2014 in forum: Philosophy
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### Is weight really a determination of an external object?

I never said weight is a measurement, I said that weight is an attribute.   In the same way a 5 lb dumbbell to you would be light, while to...
Post by: Boats And Hoes, Oct 3, 2014 in forum: Philosophy
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### Is weight really a determination of an external object?

Weight is the amount of force an object has due to gravity and its mass.   Yes, I wouldn't disagree: an object on planet earth does not vary...
Post by: Boats And Hoes, Oct 3, 2014 in forum: Philosophy
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### Is weight really a determination of an external object?

Exactly.
Post by: Boats And Hoes, Oct 3, 2014 in forum: Philosophy
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### Is weight really a determination of an external object?

Weight and mass are not the same thing. I'm not asking if, in a given environment, the magnitude of gravitational force exerting on an object...
Post by: Boats And Hoes, Oct 3, 2014 in forum: Philosophy
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### Is weight really a determination of an external object?

... that all depends.
Post by: Boats And Hoes, Oct 3, 2014 in forum: Philosophy

### Is weight really a determination of an external object?

In all respects, is assigning a designated number the end of the matter in regards to a given object's or a given thing's apparently 'actual'...
Thread by: Boats And Hoes, Oct 3, 2014, 48 replies, in forum: Philosophy