If for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction, does that mean that?

for someone to become happy, someone somewhere also needs to become equally sad D: ?


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Most Helpful Girl

  • lol an interesting analogy, but it applies to physics rather than emotion =]

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What Girls Said 2

  • Laws of physics not laws of emotions.

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  • No that's not how it works. LOL

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What Guys Said 5

  • In some way yes, but not as extreme as you put it.

    Like, imagine you sought a job, and you were chosen..
    all the others who didn't get chosen.. will be sad. ^.~

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  • Interesting analogy but that's not how newtons law works.

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  • That isn't how it works, no.

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  • Mind = Fucked

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  • No, it's an idea from Newtonian physics, it doesn't apply to emotions or happiness except as a flawed analogy.

    It means when you trow a ball there is a force equal to the force of the ball going forward propelling you backward. You don't normally notice because you are so much heavier than the ball. If you were weightless in space you would be propelled back proportionally to the difference between the mass of the ball and yourself. Astronauts have to deal with this all the time.

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