Objects in motion are said to have a momentum. This momentum is a vector. It has a size and a direction. The size of the momentum is equal to the mass of the object multiplied by the size of the object’s velocity. The direction of the momentum is the same as the direction of the object’s velocity.
Momentum is a conserved quantity in physics. This means that if you have several objects in a system, perhaps interacting with each other, but not being influenced by forces from outside of the system, then the total momentum of the system does not change over time. However, the separate momenta of each object within the system may change.
One object might change momentum, say losing some momentum, as another object changes momentum in an opposite manner, picking up the momentum that was lost by the first.
So why am I talking about momentum right now? Considering that I failed Physic in High School, and my teachers would have gone bonkers if they’re to see me write about momentum right this moment.
I’m not going to delve into the formula, theories, logic, calculation and whatnot, but this is just to describe the situation that I am in right now.
I am loosing momentum, and I can’t seems to regain it. The force is simply not there to get me back on track. All work…has been put on halt, and I fear that it would be indefinitely.
Each pages seems to bore me, and characters seems to be unresponsive and lacking chemistry. What am I suppose to do? It doesn’t help either that there’s so many errors in my work too.
Perfection kills creativity. But creativity kills perfection. They’re two sides of the same coin.
I can’t seems to ignore the errors and the plot flow of my stories… there’s too many flaws and loopholes that it’s laughable. Unfit for printing. Rated G… G for ‘Gah, hand me the knife!’ Surely to send my betas screaming, and the editors chasing me with a knife.
Good Lord. Help me. My work is in suspended animation. I need some inertia.
Cleffairy: Every objects remains in the state of rest or uniform motion in the straight line unless acted upon by an outside force.