When I was eating an apple the other day, my mind seems to take a leisurely stroll down the memory lane and I had flashbacks of my physic teacher explaining to me about gravity many years ago when I was still in high school.
Gravity is defined as: An object produces a gravitational field around itself. Another object placed in its gravitational field experiences an attractive force towards it. It in turn produces a gravitational field around itself which attracts the other object.
Then, an awkward thought came to my mind when I think of gravity. This may sound really far-fetch, but is this why people on Earth falling in love with each other despite of how contradicting they are to each other? Because there’s gravity pull-mutual interaction between two mass?
Curious thought. Curious thought.
Isn’t falling in love is just the same like gravity?It is a mutual interaction between two masses. But then again the gravitational force between two people is too small so it does not hold for the fact that gravity makes people fall in love. And therefore, gravitation cannot be held responsible for people falling in love.
So, really… why do people fall in love? Is there a scientific law that can explain this phenomenal, habitual occurrence? I suppose there is none. I don’t think you can explain love, like many other things in the world… some things simply doesn’t come with any scientific explanation.
Cleffairy: “I can calculate the motion of heavenly bodies, but not the madness of people” Sir Isaac Newton.