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Are orbiting planets an example of perpetual motion?
I understand that perpetual motion is impossible, but I became confused when a friend of mine told me that the orbits of the planets is an example of perpetual motion. Will earth's orbit ever end, and ...
May 1 '11 at 7:56
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