Motion Occurs When Observed Through the Medium of Time

Last updated on Jun 16 , 2020
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An object's motion, and thus its momentum, cannot change unless a force acts upon it. You cannot have force without time.
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If you stop time, by definition, nothing happens.
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Motion, Wikipedia

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