The Undefined Algorithm   Leave a comment

“Every particle attracts every other particle with a force that is proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the distance between them.” Is the statement familiar? Is this the one we sweat about when we were in high school and in college as well. This is about the Universal Law of Gravitation by Isaac Newton. Gravity is the force that prevent  us from floating in the air. This can be represented by the  algorithm  F=G x ((m1 m2)/r²) , where G is constant and universal gravity ; m1 is the mass of the first object; m2 is the mass of the second object and r is the distance between the two object. It’s amazing how scientist like Isaac Newton have all those grey matter on his brain to come up with  such theory . The formula teach us two things: (1)  The gravitational force is directly proportional to masses which means the higher the masses the greater the force. (2) The force is inversely proportional to the distance between the two masses which  means the closer the distance the higher the gravitational force.

If gravity can be represented in a formula or algorithm, the attraction between two people is undefined. There is no standard measure.  You cannot rely on certain attribute and it doesn’t follow rules. The attraction may be physical, intellectual or it may be rooted to inner traits. The attraction is comparable as to how the wind blow. It may just past and negligible. It may be moderate and manageable. Or it may be strong or very strong which can blow you away. Attraction between two people is subjective. It depends on the eyes of the beholder or probably how  the individual perceive.  The attraction is magical, most of the time. It heals the broken heart…dries up teary eyes…inspire people…bring out the best… creates and re-creates miracles in life.I believe the most positive effect of attraction is the hope it brings– the  hope that life will be happier in spite of our painful experiences. May we all be happier…

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Posted February 8, 2012 by writinglyyours in Uncategorized

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