For as long as there is limited overs cricket - of ten, twenty or fifty overs - there will remain the Sri Lankan spinners' mid-innings choke
I will refuse to believe that is real. For my sanity.
I think there isn't an answer to this question yet. Still I'll ask this to people who know much more Physics than me:
What's the reason for gravitational pull?
"Cricket is an art. Like all arts it has a technical foundation. To enjoy it does not require technical knowledge, but analysis that is not technically based is mere impressionism."
- C.L.R. James
It's because the mass of very large objects (such as planets etc) warp the fabric space itself, creating indentations which nearby objects will "fall" into, making them accelerate towards the large object. At least, that's my understanding of it.
EDIT: SS in first as usual. Not sure if my understanding is out of date yet or not.
Exit pursuing a beerOriginally Posted by Jimmy Neesham
Or, as above, at a macro scale (e.g relativity), any object with mass 'bends' spacetime, thereby pulling things towards it.
We still have to reconcile all of the forces into one theory .
Watched Brian Cox present a programme about space/time a few weeks back. Mind = blown.
Should watch the lecture in my sig about how the universe came from 'nothing'.
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