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About awaterpon

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    My name is Yahya A.Sharif I'm interested in inventing new theories

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  1. The ratio between the alternative mass and the actual mass is constant. I can use Newton's laws separately one for a person pushing himself and the other is another person pushing him. Newtonian equation F=ma deals with any mass ,acceleration and force ,I have separate equation one has actual mass ,force and actual acceleration, the other is for alternative mass,force and alternative acceleration. So: F1=m1a1 This when a person pushes himself F=ma This is when another external force pushes him.
  2. You will need to upload it in a site like YouTube copy the video URL insert it by one of the upper icons ,you also can give it a title in the text blank.
  3. Why not you use your scale and try it yourself?
  4. The alternative weight is the force by gravity on a human which opposes human lifting himself Alternative mass is the mass with inertia that opposes body moving himself Unfortunately I live in a poor country ,these scales are rear only in clinics and hospitals ,and in the market it is too expensive for me to buy
  5. Physically the force to lift a mass must always be greater than the mass weight , a lever convert a force into force that is greater than mass weight so the other side of any lever must have force greater than weight regardless what the force I exert is When I stand on the scale my foot will be a lever, its fulcrum is at my foot toes and both the alternative weight and force to lift my alternative mass are on the heel " lever class 3" so I will need force slightly greater than my alternative weight, my alternative weight can be determined when I stand on the scale and lift myself wit
  6. No, I don't have a scale with surface I only measure my weight in my doctor clinic. This will be great I would love to
  7. If I stand on scale surface the scale will read my weight 57 kg when I press the surface to pick a fruit from a tree I will push by small force 8 kg or less to raise my body* While I lifting myself the scale will start reading small forces x in which the scale total read will read 57+x kg . I push the scale with small forces maximum 8 kg and the total force on the scale will be 57+8 kg or less when I stop upwards the scale will drop to 57 kg which is my actual weight"no forces acting" *These details are above.
  8. Lifting and walking both applies to my concept , if I lift my body with 8 kg I also use small force " 8 kg or less " to walk effortlessly. If both A and B have the same mass then both will have the same alternative mass" alternative mass is constant " if both runs with the same speed then B needs to exert the same force that he can't bear " not trained" You do not run effortless any more because you are pushing with tiny force. You do not gain more mass. The alternative mass is constant. Let's for instance a human of 60 kg has 10 kg
  9. I didn't speak about my experiment in details: The scale I use uses force in kilograms which is the gravity force for each kilogram so the scale when I use to measure my weight it instantly gives me my mass instead of my weight and I need to multiply the scale quantity times the gravity acceleration to get my weight. If I use the scale to measure my calves muscles force and it reads 8 kg then this can be equivalent to force of gravity on mass of 8 kg so I can convert from mass to weight and from weight to mass. I used the scale to measure my maximum force of my calves' muscles I can e
  10. I would like to extend my posts so that my idea is more understandable: The internal force of human on its mass is the force a human exerts on his own body, body force on body mass. The external force is the force of human exerted on any other mass but not the body. internal force of human to lift its own body is very smaller than the external force of human to lift another object both the human mass and the object mass are equal. The observations of this phenomenon are: Human body effortless walking, running jumping, standing, dancing and other movements by human fo
  11. The two masses are alternative because they work in different situations and both are the mass of the body
  12. These are two pictures one is for the forces involved the other is for the forces in the example you mention :The block doesn't have equivalent mass but you can consider it as a human body
  13. All this is intuitive interpretation of how if human is lighter then it is equivalent to a smaller mass.This mass is represented by body moving or lifting itself, the actual mass is what the scale reads.So we can treat body as small mass when human moves or lifts itself and we can treat it as the actual mass in case of force of gravity on it" Newton gravity equation" The upwards normal force of gravity does not exist as I stated earlier" and it doesn't because the small pressure on toes shows small forces "80 N" but the weight is big 570 N" The
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