As you push yourself to overcome inertia, you need to work against the tendency to feel discouraged and hopeless.
The capital city needs at its helm a person with ideas and energy who can combat the forces of inertia and inefficiency, and who can initiate and manage urgently needed change.
It's not yet possible to predict whether the political system will completely dissipate away under the forces of inertia, or whether some renewed political structure will emerge from the ether.
Why does the amount of matter affect the amount of inertia?
Theoretical work from the 1990s suggests a tantalizing connection between inertia and zero-point energy.
Soil for the grass over the common room adds to the thermal inertia of the whole.
But Earth is very massive compared to the object, so its inertia or resistance to acceleration is much greater.
If the fuel burns rapidly enough, it is confined by its own inertia and requires no external confinement system.
A better way to measure the mass of a microscopic sample is to quantify the sample's inertia as it is forced into motion.
Consumer passivity and inertia are the greatest allies of the rapacious banks and other financial institutions.
All medical care systems sometimes experience some inertia or resistance to change.
The ship wasn't moving so there was no external inertia to overcome, or I likely would not have been able to make the trip.
With the force of inertia, the suits continued to float out in space like simple debris.
Floating and drifting by its own initial inertia, the lifeless spacecraft or what it seemed to be, grew smaller and smaller as it merged with the background of different colored planets.
Centrifugal ‘force’ is really a function of the inertia of the object being pushed into a circle.
Medieval thinkers had not yet mastered the concept of inertia, the tendency for objects to resist any change in their movement.
So, giving enough money to councils without dealing with the inherent inertia of management and rampant laziness would be like pouring grain in a bag full of holes.
It is an astonishing victory over the forces of government inertia, and Hodge could not resist basking in her moment of glory.
Unlike Galileo, Newton insisted that the law of inertia applied only to motion in a straight line, not circular motion.
In intermediate Re ranges, both viscosity and inertia determine the flow patterns.
Delays and adjournments dog the work of the courts, and the consequent administrative inertia can sap the energy and enthusiasm of even the most committed researcher.
The disillusionment of superstars and administrative inertia that suggests the NRL thrives on the field almost despite itself.