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What is Motion by Boris Dmitriev

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What is Motion
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Publisher: QuantaOfMotion.com
ISBN/ASIN: 9667613429
Number of pages: 115

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The author has made an effort to create the universal theory of motion meeting the requirements of natural science that continuously grow. A reader is supposed to have sufficient knowledge of general problems of modern physics to comprehensively read this theoretical study.

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