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Why are so many forces explainable using inverse squares when space is three dimensional?
It seems paradoxical that the strength of so many phenomena (Newtonian gravity, Coulomb force) are calculable by the inverse square of distance. However, since volume is determined by three ...
Dec 17 '12 at 17:23
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