# Matter.

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mass is nothing more than resistance to inertia change. NOTHING MORE. Particles that are confined via their field interactions gain mass depending on how much confinement energy is involved.

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Inertia is a stress, dependent upon how force is applied to a object this stress may manifest as sheer, tension and compression. This is observed clearly by the way of which no inertia is felt when a object has force applied evenly throughout its entire volume. Therefor inertia has no effect on the overall velocity of a object.

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If force is applied to a finite volume of a object which is smaller than the entire volume of that object the force strength (through the volume where force is applied) increases by the same proportion as the inertial stress (through the volume of the object where force is not applied) providing the two volumes remain constant in volume.

Where F is the force strength (applied to a object within a volume smaller than the entire volume of the object), where I is the inertial stress felt through the volume where force is not applied, and S is represents that each previously defined volume remains constant with respect to size.

I = F/S

If force is applied in such a way as to push the object the volume where force is not applied feels compression stress,

If force is applied in such a way as to pull the object the volume where force is not applied feels tension stress.

These stresses are felt because a object is not literally solid, it is held together by electro-static bonds which have a elasticity to them.

That is all for inertia.

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incorrect again. Inertia is the tendency for a body to stay at rest or at a constant velocity.

Learn your basic physics definitions. Quit posting garbage in mainstream physics.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inertia

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Inertia is resistance to change in a objects velocity, in a vacuum.

With this a infinitesimal field strength would not cause a infinitesimal change in velocity, in fact there would be a threshold of force which must be exceed in order for a object to change velocity, this is the single reason why inertia is in no way related to velocity.

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in fact there would be a threshold of force which must be exceed in order for a object to change velocity

Please provide some evidence to support this.

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If force is applied to a finite volume of a object which is smaller than the entire volume of that object the force strength (through the volume where force is applied) increases by the same proportion as the inertial stress (through the volume of the object where force is not applied) providing the two volumes remain constant in volume.

Where F is the force strength (applied to a object within a volume smaller than the entire volume of the object), where I is the inertial stress felt through the volume where force is not applied, and S is represents that each previously defined volume remains constant with respect to size.

I = F/S

If force is applied in such a way as to push the object the volume where force is not applied feels compression stress,

If force is applied in such a way as to pull the object the volume where force is not applied feels tension stress.

These stresses are felt because a object is not literally solid, it is held together by electro-static bonds which have a elasticity to them.

That is all for inertia.

Turning sense into non-sense is not your work.

Inertia is the intrinsic property of massive bodies to resist force. By Newton's definition, F=ma. Here m is the inertial mass. So, m=F/a.

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