In his well known book, The Second Law of Motion, Albert Einstein described the relationship between the force of gravity and the effect of brute force to a turning thing as being a"twisted rubber group " This has been an accurate description of the way in which its center pulls a circular pole, of Einstein's description.
Back in 2020, Neil G. DeGrasse Tyson added this exact description from his chain of movies branded, The Mysteries of Space and Time. He claims that Newton's second law of motion can be clarified via this analogy of the rubber ring, also called a Teflon.
In an article written for Physics Today, Neil G. DeGrasse Tyson says, "In Physics Today, the twisted rubber band analogy is a good one because of the properties of Teflon and how it has remained stable even when spun repeatedly and a million times faster than light. So it would seem to have a kind of inertia, which is another way of saying that objects become attracted to each other, and of course the force that holds these objects together must be equal.
It's likewise much like massive objects' properties. Therefore it generally appears to fit the Second Law of Motion only too."
Einstein is dead, but Neil G. DeGrasse Tyson continues to be living, therefore his"twisted rubber band" analogy continues to apply to his novel and to physics, for this remains accurate today. The two laws are attached, only providing a justification for each other.
The New York Gun Law, which bears Einstein's name, describes how a bullet may fly out of a gun barrel without the effect of a force moving the barrel. In fact, the only force that moves the barrel of the gun is the time-reversed gravitational force of Earth pulling on the barrel. Inthis case, the force of gravity is the second law of motion.
If a gravitational force is not acting on Earth, then no reference frame has a direction - and the first law is the end of the story. So in New York, no barrel exists.
In New York, the effect of the rotation of Earth is the force that acts on the motion of the bullet after it leaves the gun barrel. If the force that caused the barrel to spin has ceased, then the bullet will spin freely, following the direction of the arrow.
And so it does in physics, and it does so in the second law of motion, as it is often stated. At the present time, we know of two reference frames in New York: North and South.
In the North, the gravity is from the centrifugal force of the Earth's rotation, not from the motion of the bullet out of the barrel. So the first law is still valid, the only difference being that the direction of the arrow is reversed in the North, in the direction of the Earth's spin.
In the South, the gravity is from the rotation of the Earth and not from the motion of the bullet out of the barrel. So the second law of motion has been proven true, even though the direction of the arrow remains reversed.
In addition, the force of the centrifugal force creates a torque in the barrel, but since the rotation of the Earth is not yet complete, the barrel is not yet at the desired location. In time, the barrel will be brought to the final position, and the second law of motion will be satisfied.