Living Body Special Mass; A New Theory

Yahya Awad Sharif *

University of Khartoum, Sudan.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

In classical mechanics a mass at rest is supposed to accelerate upwards if it undergoes force greater than its gravity force or greater than its weight, F-W= positive, then the force F is greater than the weight W. In case of a lever a person can lift a mass with force less than its weight but still the force at the other arm on the mass is bigger than the mass weight. The resultant of the forces F-W acting on the mass will be a vector force upwards. In this paper I explain with experimental evidence that a human body uses force less the human body weight to accelerate upwards. The experiment measures the maximum force that a human muscle can exert and shows that this maximum force is less than the human weight and it lifts the human. I also apply this special mass concept to the human body joints including the human spine long term functionality. This theory applies to all living organisms here I focus on the human body specifically.

Keywords: Special mass, physics, force, weight, body mass, uplift


How to Cite

Sharif, Y. A. (2023). Living Body Special Mass; A New Theory. International Astronomy and Astrophysics Research Journal, 5(1), 59–64. Retrieved from http://journaliaarj.com/index.php/IAARJ/article/view/83

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