Monday, November 19, 2012

The force of Gravity

Gravity, defined by Wikipedia as: “A natural phenomenon by which physical bodies attract each other (with a force proportional to their masses).”

That’s the scientific law, defined by scientists based on facts, logic, experimentation and observations. It holds true in the Physical world. No questions asked.

But what about the world which we weave in our minds, the world where laws of Physics don’t apply. A world where we fly in our dreams and fall in our nightmares.
As evident by our dreams, in this imaginary world the force of gravity does not always hold true. 

The same applies to the second part of the law: “…physical bodies attract each other with a force proportional to their masses.” 
In this world conceived by our minds, it is not always necessary that to have the force of attraction there needs to be 2 physical entities which attract each other. (And definitely not proportional to their masses)

Often seen the force of attraction in our own worlds defies the laws of gravity and are only exerted from one entity to another with no force being exerted from the other end.

The mind makes us believe that this law is tangible and hold true. But logic proves it otherwise.

And when we defy our own logic and start believing in our imagination and perform actions in the physical world which are a direct consequence of the imaginary world’s beliefs and forces, it can lead to wonderful or horrible results.

What am I talking about here? Mehh.. I don’t know.. You tell me if you figure it out.



Kanthu said...

“…physical bodies attract each other with a force proportional to their masses.” - Doesn't it also mean, fat people attract others more or they are more attractive..?? ;-) :P

Just wondering.:-)

Karthik said...

my mind cant handle both law and logic :) cruel post :) Review my posts and give ur inputs plz. Who know may be i will win ur awards :D

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