B ne w to n s p rin cip le o f re la tivity n e e d s

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Unformatted text preview: ch a n ics . b . Ne w to n 's p rin cip le o f re la tivity n e e d s to b e mo d ifie d . c. th e re a re limits to w h ich e xp e rime n ta tio n ca n b e u s e d to u n d e rs ta n d s o me p h ys ica l p h e n o me n a . d . it is me a n in g le s s to try to u n d e rs ta n d th e d is tin ctio n b e tw e e n ve lo city a n d a cce le ra te d o r ro ta tio n a l mo tio n . e .No t Atte mp te d POEM I Ithaka14 As you s et out for Ithaka hope the voyage is a long one, full of adventure, full of dis covery. Lais trygonians , Cyclops , angry Pos eidon–don't be afraid of them : you'll never find things like that on your way as long as you keep your thoughts rais ed high, as long as a rare excitem ent s tirs your s pirit and your body. Lais trygonians and Cyclops , wild Pos eidon - you won't encounter them unles s you bring them along ins ide your s oul, unles s your s oul s ets them up in front of you. Hope your voyage is a long one. May there be m any a s um m er m orning when, with what pleas ure, what joy, you com e into harbours s een for the firs t tim e; m ay you s top at Phoenician trading s tations to buy fine things , m other of pearl and coral, am ber and ebony, s ens ual perfum e of every kindas m any s ens ual perfum es as you can; and m ay you vis it m any Egyptian cities to gather s tores of knowledge from...
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