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Staying in orbit - but doesn't any perturbation start a positive feedback?
I am not a physicist; I am a software engineer. While trying to fall asleep recently, I started thinking about the following. There are many explanations online of how any object stays in orbit. The ...
Feb 11 '13 at 17:51
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