Exactly what I pointed out^. Your problem with planck acceleration was in the way you stated it which did not apply to the equation you were objecting to.
Oh I see, you make your mistakes on purpose, brilliant.
In this thread Force was introduced to help define Impulse; you seem to be off on a tangent. But I can still use that; having stated that force is the value of the impulse required to change momentum, the direction component works with the concept of Will it helps define.
The reason I was hoping others might pick up on this mistake, is it would indicate they are actually focussed on presenting an argument that might show you where you are going wrong (again, through critical analysis) rather than simply focus on attacking you because they believe you are wrong.
It's pretty much futile to "hope others might pick up" anything around here. It's mostly just endless complaining about what they never bother grasp, so complaining about their own ignorance really.