Tuesday, 20th February, 2018

Fuzzy bylaws of motion are one-off

24, May 2017 By shakeel ahmad

KANPUR: Vague rules of motion are unique in comparison to Newton’s Laws of motion. Actually, these rules can be easily comprehensible than heavier motion laws. Its immediate application on the daily practical life is by no means essential for us. What is learnt by the students over and over again appears ineffective in day-to-day’s factual life? According to the renowned scientist’s first and foremost law, a body continues to be in its rest or uniform motion in a straight line unless an external force is applied to it. It requires a lengthy explanation to understand. Further, the second law states that the rate of change of momentum of a body is directly proportional to the force applied on it and this change in momentum takes place in the direction of the applied force. This is even tougher than the previous law. While the third law says, there is always an equal and opposite reaction to an action. This law is clear the learner follows its essence without much brain exercise.

By the time one develops enough sense to analyse these kinds of scientific laws, one becomes entangled into the daily life’s complexities and quick understanding remains a hostile work out. Equally, one thinks of a few ordinary parameters, unlike Newton’s heavier laws. The handy theories are related thus: If a piece of bread suddenly falls from a certain level of altitude, its butter-coated side always contacts the ground. Secondly, whenever one dials a wrong number unintentionally, it hastily connects with opposite side and the ringing tone begins to work within no time. There is seen a lesser chance of the phone being engaged. Thirdly, the internet connection often runs fast at the delivery of the wrong message whilst the correct post takes a little longer duration to finish. Lastly, if a person standing in a long queue moves in another queue, the first row starts ending sooner. Could Newton’s laws answer?

These are the rules of the day and we keep those Newton’s theories far away. We tend to exclude great scientists’ laws from the everyday life in very poor taste. To ignore defined theories may be a pure stupidity as these laws are available necessarily in the sophisticated classy form. The simpler motion ideas are one-off in the noticeable demonstration.