FE experts, please explain: Coriolis force

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Re: FE experts, please explain: Coriolis force
« Reply #30 on: July 09, 2010, 11:00:24 AM »
For example, a test of NLoG might be to predict the orbital speed of Venus. But you can't do that test in FET as Venus travels on Nexus lines and doesn't obey NLoG.

Ah, right. I understand your point now. No, I don't think FET + Newtonian gravity can account for the planetary orbits or things like that...
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Re: FE experts, please explain: Coriolis force
« Reply #31 on: July 09, 2010, 11:06:39 AM »
For example, a test of NLoG might be to predict the orbital speed of Venus. But you can't do that test in FET as Venus travels on Nexus lines and doesn't obey NLoG.

Ah, right. I understand your point now. No, I don't think FET + Newtonian gravity can account for the planetary orbits or things like that...
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