Momentum - Deepstash


  • Law of Inertia: Objects at rest tend to stay at rest; in motion stay in motion.
  • Rockets use more fuel during the first few minutes of flight than the rest of the trip. The hard part is getting off the ground.
  • Pumping water requires many pumps before the water comes out, but once it’s up, it stays flowing. But if you let go of the lever too long, the water goes down and it takes effort to get it back up.
  • Starting step is always hard but once started we gain momentum.


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