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Old 02-27-2009, 04:10 PM
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BinzerBob your consideration is right, but, do you know where the electrons are moving? They are moving in the vacuum, inertia is a property of space.

The vacuum is the medium of propagation, in a copper wire, at the atoms there is such empty space where the electrons propagate, jumping between atom and atom, the kinetic energy is related to moment of inertia, and this moment of is inertia is a property of angular motion of a particle and vacuum.

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