There's an ad running on the radio station where I got that song where a woman tells us that size does matter. And of course, she's selling some help. Funny thing is that she describes that it will increase your width. I'll bet its a rubber band.
Damn...Sir Isaac Newton was a hottie with that beautiful, thick wavy hair, cleft chin, chiseled face, big, dark mysterious eyes, and a sweet smile. I'm sure all the peasant girls, and Clergymen longed for him to whisper dirty Laws of Motion in their ears.
I. Every object in a state of uniform motion tends to remain in that state of motion unless an external force is applied to it
II. The relationship between an object's mass m, its acceleration a, and the applied force F is F = ma. Acceleration and force are vectors (as indicated by their symbols being displayed in slant bold font); in this law the direction of the force vector is the same as the direction of the acceleration vector.
III. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
I am sorry to inform you that when it's "Business Time", and you are "Falling in Love", not even a Gri-Gri can save you. Especially not a Dirty one...
And so, I feel it is my duty to inform you that you've been mislead. Yes, it is true that one should study "Newton's Laws of Motion", which are are major part of "Newtonian Mechanics", which, essentially is "Classical Mechanics" - the fundamental laws that govern our macroscopic universe. I daresay, I have a soft spot for this "classical thinking", as it was derived from the dancing motion of the stars in our skies... *romantic pause* But can you afford to base your Love life on such... superficial principals?
I beg you, let's not get lost in the details of Calculus and Quantum Mechanics, Thermodynamics, etc. and so on. Hog Wash. We ALL know that the very origin of Love's mechanics dates back to Newton's oft oversighted breakthru - The Law of Universal Gravitation:
Now, the way this works is that you're the Blue Ball (...obviously), and she is the Green Ball. Now, just... "get close", and let Gravity do the work.
One time, when I was at the Louvre, I ditched the person I was with just so I could go back to the pre-16th century paintings, to try, and figure out what, in history, went horribly wrong, as many of the great artists couldn't get the babies right. They looked like reject discount store baby dolls, old men, and/or aliens (Area-51-like, that is). The bowls of fruit, and all the suffering women, and dudes with the cankles wearing the big sandals, and all the wide-eyed sex-starved clergymen looked all right, but the babies were terrifying.
Whoa. I just found some more examples.... I am so grateful, that in this dungeon we can all talk about things other than climbing, climbing, climbing. Long live the Thread Slayer thread!
...We ALL know that the very origin of Love's mechanics dates back to Newton's oft oversighted breakthru - The Law of Universal Gravitation: Now, the way this works is that you're the Blue Ball (...obviously), and she is the Green Ball. Now, just... "get close", and let Gravity do the work.
You make no mention of forces of repulsion. Sometimes these objects you mention (m_1[XY] and m_2[XX]) contain a nonzero net magnetic charge and their poles are aligned to repulse each other. In which case, the gravitational force attracting the two objects together is overridden by the magnetic repulsion inherent to the object, and Mr. Blueball and Ms. Redball get as far away from each other as possible. This distance is determined by the magnitude of their respective magnetic fields.