6.7. Redefining Force and Energy

All currently available fundamental definitions in New Science emerge from Newton's laws. Let's review the conventional definitions and present thereafter the scientific definition that emerges from the above section.
Force: Conventionally, a force is defined to be an influence that tends to change the motion of an object. The inherent assumption is, this “force” is external to the object. This is a false premise because the entire creation is internal and connected to each other, as presented by recent works of Islam et al. (2010a, 2012) and Khan and Islam (2012).
Currently it is believed there are four fundamental forces in the universe: the gravity force, the nuclear weak force, the electromagnetic force, and ...

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