MigL Posted December 14, 2022 Share Posted December 14, 2022 (edited) You gotta love it when Joe, who professes to know very little Physics, insists on telling learned people how things work. I was wondering when someone was going to bring up 'residual' electrostatic forces that provide for molecular bonding. A 'grounded' charge feels no force, so Joe would think that a 'grunded' mass ( such as on the Earth's surface ) would also feel no force, yet it does; we call it weight Fields are particular to the model, and sometimes treating them as 'liquids' works for that particular model; sometimes a different approach is required. Edited December 15, 2022 by MigL Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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