What happens if inertia, itself, becomes inert?
Does this mean then that the tendency of matter would be to embrace acceleration?
Displacing a disposition to remain inactive with a
novel propensity for motion?
Latin inert-, iners
unskilled ; idle ; motionless
Abject and supine.
But synomously we find base,
A supporting or carrying ingredient
The bottom of something considered as its support
It is from here we may erect initially.
It is at base where we find the tendency of inertia rendered inert.
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