Action at a distance, such as is the case for gravity, was once thought to be illogical and therefore untrue. What is the ultimate determinant of the truth in physics, and why was this action ultimately accepted?
Solution 19 CQ
In physics, action at a distance is the concept that an object can be moved, changed, or affected without being physically in contact with another object. It is the non-local interaction of objects that are separated in space.
The falling of an apple,strain on our feet due to the weight and Earth orbiting the Sun all work on the basis of force system. All the above mentioned phenomenon needs a force and each one is caused by the gravitational force which was once thought be illogical and therefore untrue.
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