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Pearl Necklace said...

circumstance will oppose the trim movement,
which should follow from the constancy of the composition of the group. If you say - and
it actually is possible to say that the reason for this is too insignificant
to have a big impact, then one could argue that there are more
a significant reason for which it works the same way. The environment from which
the flakes settled and through which they move, shall, in consequence of force
of attraction, made in their Central parts are denser than in
peripheral. Here what happens is the flakes who never
move in straight lines to the common centre of gravity, and moving along the path,
rejected him in one way or another (partly just
from this cause, but more due to the gravitational forces of the other flakes)
heading to their common centre of gravity, will meet more resistance
its domestic { i.e. converted to a common centre.}, than the outer,
the parties and thus in their path deviates more to the outside,
than it would be under other circumstances. Hence develops the desire, which
among other aspirations will force them to go one by one, the other
the other side of the common center of gravity, and, approaching him, they will receive
the movement more or less tangentially. Please note, however, that their
the relative motion will not occur on the same side of the common center
of gravity, and will be rejected in different directions. How can
to be a movement common to them all? Very simple: each of these cereals, going
in his own way, must report the movement and environment in which it is moving.
The vast majority of the likelihood is against the assumption that different
movement, reported that environment will be exactly mutually balanced.
If they are not mutually balanced, then the inevitable result must be
the rotation of the entire mass of the medium in one direction.