Authors: Nainan K. Varghese
All actions in nature are caused, initiated and accomplished by work. Relation between magnitude of 'work-done' about a macro body and the macro body's displacement during the work is being accomplished is the 'force'. Hence, 'force' is a mathematical aspect related to work, which is a real entity. However, the term 'force' is usually understood as a 'cause' or 'effort' required for an action. Actions are effects of efforts due to causes. Action by an effort results in definite effect on or about a matter body. To perform an action, certain mechanism is essential. Generally, all physical actions are understood by displacement (motion) of macro bodies in space. 'Action at a distance through empty space', to accomplish movement of a macro body is an impossible proposition. To accomplish motion in space, four things are essential. They are; a macro body that is being moved, an entity that is instrumental to the motion, a mechanism of motion and a reason or cause for the motion. Although the mechanism of motion is basically the same in all conditions, there are slight differences in its actions, when causes of motion are in different relative directions or in different planes. This article briefly describes mechanism of motion  (by universal medium that is instrumental to motion of a macro body), when causes in the same plane are involved.
Comments: 14 pages. Originally published in General Science Journal
[v1] 8 May 2011
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