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Quantum Physics, once understood not only can, but will, open your eyes to an unseen world few are aware of. Two troughs colliding will have a similar addition (actually subtraction). Particles can be waves and waves can be particles - although really they're something else entirely with some, but not all, of the properties of both. Forces, on the other hand, accelerate bodies, which is to say, they change the state of motion of bodies to which they are applied. An older version of the same engine had slightly smaller diameter pistons and it was the 283 Chevy engine.

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