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Feb 27, 2002 12:58 PM
by Mic Forster

Would the following be regarded as a form of inertia?

Litter on a forest floor decomposing at a certain rate relative to the aging of a human body. 

That is to say they are both in uniform motion though are moving at different rates. Though an external force can be applied to the human body to let it age and eventually decompose at the same rate as litter on a forest floor. Hence decomposition is just another word for aging and vice-versa.

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