The Second Physics Law of Motion and Life

By | January 19, 2016

During the olden days it’s known that if you push an object hard enough most likely it will move
Yet how fast it will move and what is the force need for it to achieve a certain velocity is still not quantifiable.
Until a great physicist came along and demonstrated to the world that actually there is a quantitative relationship between the force upon the object and how fast it could move. image
The mathematical equation was simple.
The net force, which takes into account of all forces that act on the object is directly linked to the acceleration of the object.
A car can move at a certain velocity and then when you step on the accelerator the car jerks forward and move at a higher velocity than before
An acceleration tells you the rate of change of velocity.
In a single equation, this great physicists unravel the mystery that has plagued the physics community for so long.
Now you have quantitative expression with deterministic element.
Predictions are getting more accurate with this single masterpiece.
The idea of force is also very much related to friction.
If your net force is never greater than the static friction the object would not move at all.
The strength of the static friction increases with the net force exerted on the object.
However one you overcome the highest possible static friction in terms of its strength the object will move and accelerate forward.
It’s now easier to move as the frictional forces against motion is actually the dynamic version whereby it’s value is much lesser than the starch version.
There are times in life whereby you seemingly are incapable of driving through all the myriads of possible obstacles.
However you can be rest assured that if you can surmount even the greatest possible obstacles you will move forward much quicker after that.
You just have to have faith.
That it’s possible.
Physics is everywhere.

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