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/iˈnərSHə/,
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A tendency to do nothing or to remain unchanged,
  1. A tendency to do nothing or to remain unchanged
    • - the bureaucratic inertia of government
  2. A property of matter by which it continues in its existing state of rest or uniform motion in a straight line, unless that state is changed by an external force

  3. Resistance to change in some other physical property
    • - the thermal inertia of the oceans will delay the full rise in temperature for a few decades

  1. inactiveness: a disposition to remain inactive or inert; "he had to overcome his inertia and get back to work"
  2. (physics) the tendency of a body to maintain its state of rest or uniform motion unless acted upon by an external force
  3. Inertia is the resistance of any physical object to a change in its state of motion or rest. It is represented numerically by an object's mass. ...
  4. Inertia, in comics, may refer to: *Inertia (Marvel Comics), a paramour of Haywire *Inertia (DC Comics), a supervillainous clone
  5. ]] |caption=Inertia, in art from Flash: The Fastest Man Alive #5, by Ron Adrian. |character_name=Inertia |real_name=Thaddeus Thawne |publisher=DC Comics |debut=Impulse #50 (July 1999) |creators=Todd DeZagoMike Wieringo |alliances=Titans EastRogues |aliases=Kid Zoom |powers=Former: Superhuman ...
  6. Inertia is the second solo album by keyboardist Derek Sherinian. It features many guest musicians including Steve Lukather, Simon Phillips, Jerry Goodman, Zakk Wylde, and Tony Franklin. Lukather was quoted at the time as saying "Inertia" contained "the best guitar work I've ever recorded". ...
  7. Inertia is an independent record company based in Sydney, Australia. It was established in March 2000 by Ashley Sellers. Inertia releases exclusively the music from many of the world’s most prominent independent labels. ...
  8. Inertia is the name of two separate, but related superheroes from the fictional Marvel Universe.
  9. The property of a body that resists any change to its uniform motion; equivalent to its mass; In a person, unwillingness to take action
  10. a historical concept used for describing massive, moving objects
  11. is the opposition of a body to a change in velocity when acted on by an external force. The motor’s force must overcome the inertia of the load, coupling components, and motor rotor.
  12. A property of matter by which it remains at rest or in uniform motion in the same straight line unless acted upon by some external force.
  13. The tendency of an object to continue in motion at the same speed and in the same direction, unless acted upon by a force.
  14. The physical property of an object to resist changes in velocity when acted upon by an outside force. Inertia is dependent upon the mass and shape of an object.
  15. A property of matter that causes it to resist changes in speed or direction (velocity).
  16. Inertia is a tendency of an object to resist change in its state of motion. More massive objects have more inertia; that is, they have more tendency to resist changes in the way they are moving. An elephant has a lot of inertia, for example. ...
  17. A descriptive term for that property of a body which resists change in its motion. Two kinds of changes of motion are recognized: changes in translational motion, and changes in rotational motion.
  18. In the context of climate change mitigation, inertia relates to the difficulty of change resulting from pre-existing conditions within society such as physical man-made capital, natural capital, and social non-physical capital, including institutions, regulations, and norms. ...
  19. The tendency of a body to stay at rest or to continue to move at the same velocity, unless acted on by an outside force. A tractor trailer has more inertia than a bicycle. A bowling ball has more inertia than a tennis ball.
  20. quality of being difficult to move or change
  21. Inertia is the tendency to remain in a fixed condition without change. For example, resistance to change.
  22. Inertia is a property of matter: a mass at rest remains at rest and a mass in motion remains in motion as long as no outside force acts upon it.
  23. The ability of an object to resist acceleration or deceleration. Inertia can be broadly equated with mass.
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  25. This layered snack from the University of Minnesota team incorporates a layer of creamy dark chocolate, a crispy layer, and a sweet/tart blend of cherry, star fruit, and guarana berry. ...