1. In Current Science, inertia is the property of a body, proportional to its mass, by virtue of which it continues in a state of rest or uniform straight motion in the absence of an external force.
2. In Neu Theory, inertia is the ratio between two natural quantities, the acceleration of spinrise matter and the opposing acceleration by zome. Inertia is equivalent to mass, one of five physical properties of spinrise. Inertia is hypothesized as a “drag” effect from zome rise energy density pressure and natural acceleration, perpendicular to the surface of the three primary matter objects and the nuclide structures they make. This is analogous to the effect of a slightly viscous fluid.« Back to Glossary Index