Human nature is almost as predictable as the laws of gravity
. From the stalls came a disbelieving cry: "He's p***ing his bloody self!"
The short coda was another aerial ballet, Knot, performed on a stainless-steel prop resembling intertwined knots, after which the couple, yielding to the laws of gravity
, returned to earth.
The other strategy denies dark energy's existence and instead seeks to explain cosmic acceleration by modifying the laws of gravity
. According to this perspective, the wildly successful theory of gravity developed by Albert Einstein needs revision, especially as it describes gravity over large distances.
The new content will give K-12 teachers information on topics such as understanding the laws of gravity
, enriching life on earth and technologies to enable the next generation to explore space.
And there's an incredible chair tower act, which appears to defy all laws of gravity
Normally, the laws of gravity
dictate that what goes up must come down--even in politics.
That it succeeds is no less astounding than if we were to escape our own destiny, the present, and live in another time, or a world free of the laws of gravity
. We will see that the flower is a prodigious example to man of insurgence, courage, perseverance, and ingenuity.
"If you truly believe the laws of gravity
don't exist, then they don't," apparently.
This in turn resulted in the laws of gravity
taking hold, the scope dropping, and impacting the bottom of the scope well.
Thus caught between the harsh demands of external environment and internal compulsion, the novel's characters are subject to what Allen calls "the laws of gravity
," powerful forces which reduce them to hapless victims.
Aviation has come a long way since the Wright brothers, but nature has been defying the laws of gravity
for 350 million years.
After all, the stock market seemed to be defying the laws of gravity
: Everything was going up--and staying up.