The purpose of the Universal Physics Journal is to provide an arena wherein the core concepts of Classical Physics, known as Classical Mechanics may be analyzed, and on a case by case basis, be confirmed, improved, or set aside with the results being published in article form. During this process, the confirmed or corrected concepts will be incorporated into the new science of Universal Physics. As each article is dated and posted here in the Universal Physics Journal, recognize that it is hereby published to a world-wide audience.
The several articles and questions published in the Universal Physics Journal are written in a style acceptable to a general audience. But make no mistake, the content of each article is designed to withstand the highest level of challenge. The Universal Physics Journal is where physics students of all grades come to test the strength of their conceptual training. Here each and every concept must pass a reality test before being deemed acceptable. No concept gains acceptance merely on the basis of it historical tradition, the authority of its author, or its widespread popularity. Each concept granted a place in Universal Physics stands firmly upon its own merit.
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