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Should money be classified as a force.

this was just a test to see if anyone who votes down a subject actually reads it. It was not correct but no one noticed why. No one mentioned the Galatic laws? There is no such thing. Please before you vote something down actually read it.

we should vote down these votes

According to Newton, a force must have its opponent. So, in this case, we have positive and debt. So indeed it is a good Force. According to the galactic laws, a force must also contain within itself the opposite. We got that. Within Galactic laws of force, it also must not slow down or speed up to be considered a force. I think we can get by on that one I mean money doesn't have a speed so we can say it's a constant. So by definition, if money is a force. Does Consciousness control it or does it control consciousness?According to Newton, a force must have its opponent. So, in this case, we have positive and debt. So indeed it is a good Force. According to the galactic laws, a force must also contain within itself the opposite. We got that. Within Galactic laws of force, it also must not slow down or speed up to be considered a force. I think we can get by on that one I mean money doesn't have a speed so we can say it's a constant. So by definition, if money is a force. Does Consciousness control it or does it control consciousness?

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No. Money is a medium of exchange.

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  • thats more of force then. A force equal forces exchange. Nov 17 '17 at 23:20
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    Money is more than a medium of exchange; it's a very potent source of power. However, I don't understand the question well enough to plug that in and offer an answer. Nov 18 '17 at 3:29
  • it controls everything in our world. if one treats it as a force you could calculate the effects of this force. Nov 18 '17 at 3:38
  • @internet-entity If you had asked on an economics forum, you would have gotten better answers perhaps.
    – Gordon
    Nov 18 '17 at 21:18
  • gordon thank you very much, i did not know there was economics forum. certainly would do better there Nov 19 '17 at 2:31

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