What Is Acceleration, What Does It Mean?July 2, 2021
The ratio of the increase in the velocity of an object in motion in an infinitesimal time to this time. It is an important physics statement in terms of materially explaining Newton’s gravitational expression, which is given immaterial and spiritual meanings by idealists. Going from less speed to more speed is called positive acceleration, and going down from too much speed to less speed is called negative acceleration. The philosophical value of the acceleration phenomenon is that it was the basis for Einstein to explain Newton’s general law of gravitation. Acceleration is a change in velocity.
Every object does not fall at a constant rate, but with increasing speed. Einstein thought that motions were mostly accelerated, and he proved this in his general theory of relativity, sensing that gravitational force arises from acceleration. He thought: there are no motions that follow a straight line in the round universe, motions have to follow a curved line in accordance with the circle of the universe, so their velocities also change every moment, that is, they are accelerated motions. For example, let’s consider an elevator traveling in a straight line in the sky, that is, at a constant speed. Any object we leave in this elevator will stay where we left it, and will not fall on the floor of the elevator. That is, it is not the gravitational force that drops a dropped object to the ground, but the accelerating velocity (in other words, acceleration).