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The introduction states..

"Galileo proved that all objects fall with the same acceleration. Therefore, the longer an object moves with constant acceleration the faster its final velocity is."

Is there any logical connection between these two statements, as is implied by the "therefore". Does the second statement even have anything to do with Galileo or relativity? (I haven't researched that.) Perhaps the second sentence should just be deleted? 118.209.183.247 (talk) 00:51, 13 March 2019 (UTC)johnjPerth[reply]