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On Mon, 18 Jun 2001 10:51:55 -0400, Bob Sciamanda <trebor@VELOCITY.NET>frames.
Sorry, in my haste I did not notice the words "both frames" in your post
(below). The general proof shows that momentum is conserved in inertial
frames. We do not expect momentum to be conserved in non-inertial
Are you saying that the momentum of the particles+fields is not
conserved in non-inertial frames?