Simple Physics from an ordinary person

Sun light is composed of infrared, visible and ultraviolet light. In other words all the visible spectrum lies within sunlight. When sunlight pass through a water droplet in the atmosphere the refraction process occurs, the light breaks up into seven colors and rainbow is formed.

My favorite poet understands better than others. I can not translate with same beauty but still trying to translate. “All new colors are formed when we mix the primary colors in well specified ratio.” I would like to quote original ” Aapas vich mil ke hi banade ne rang chite to jamni teekar” which clearly means all colors exists within the visible spectrum.

The next thing I would like to discuss here is ohm’s law. The law named after German physicist Georg Ohm. It does not matter in which language you read about this law it works same all over the globe perhaps in all universe. No body rejected it because it is very useful.

The third thing to discuss here is work done in terms of physics. Work done = Force X displacement. It does not matter how much force you applied if displacement is zero, work done is zero.

Forth thing to mention here the first law of thermodynamics which states the energy can neither be created nor be destroyed but can be converted from one form to the another. We can focus on useful outcomes or can be spent in unwanted activities.

The last thing I would like to discuss here is Newton’s first law which states every object will remain in the state of rest or in uniform motion unless compelled by external force.

I believe we all understand how things work in this universe. Perhaps we do not want to apply science in our daily practices. We pretend a lot and intend a little.

Published by Amrik Khabra

Amrik Khabra representative for Khabra Electric Ltd.

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