Newton's law of motion

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Worldwide research into suitable predators, parasites and pathogens has increased dramatically over the last 25 - 30 years and is probably almost comparable to the gradual decline of man-made chemicals - read Newton's Law of Motion again in the first paragraph
An average of 20,000 students participate in each of the trips, which have taken students from the Grand Canyon to study fossils to the Indianapolis Speedway to see Newton's law of motion in action.
Sir Isaac Newton's law of motion teaches that something at rest tends to stay at rest, while something in motion wants to stay in motion.
Newton's N-body problem studies how heavenly bodies move in settings where the dynamics are dictated by Newton's law of motion.
For example, Newton's law of motion describes the behavior only of macroscale fluids and solids and is thus not fundamental, but emergent.