Replying to LO26784 --
Guten Tag Jan,
Thank you for the reply. Virtual may really be the origin of force.
Interesting even only as a thought. This would allow to translate F = m x
a into "virtual movement equals real movement" ("movement" meaning "change
of state"). Is this equality virtual or real? Well, equal means, there is
no "or"... Thanks for the forceful blow :-) Does responsibility come with
the blow? Anyhow it is easily blown up by choices which do not break the
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Guten Tag Winfried,
> Thank you for the image. F= m x a is a virtual equality; the acceleration
> on receiving a forceful blow is a real equality. In my opinion it is not
> choice that destroys the 'virtual' equality, it is conscious awareness,
> the awareness that comes with responsibility.
> By the way, is the origin of the word "virtual" vires? Force?
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