Newton’s First Law

Newton’s first law became the basis for all subsequent Physics, even to this day, because the first law is indifferent to uniform motion and rest- it even unifies them as two aspects of one event. This requires that we only view things to belong to physics only inasmuch as they are measured, for it is only as measured that uniform motion and rest are the same. No measuring device can tell the difference between a resting man performing measurements, and one who is moving uniformly with the measured.

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