Inertia discussion in depth

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Hey guys I'm taking a break from studying so i'd like to have a little fun with the concept of inertia.
Inertia is a word that's also used in the English language that means the tendency to be lazy and like can't bring my retriceup to work. Or something like hey "small town inertia" where you get used to nothing happening around you
Does anyone know if the word inertia came from the world of physics or from somewhere else where it was totally unrelated to the use in scientific fields.

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I personally think that any biological organism has inertia to some degree as they try to conserve their energy from begin consumed as much as possible just like yourself laying on your bed instead of going out and exercising which is also the case with mine.
I don't know our brain hates to use energy up so I guess the concept of inertia can apply to pretty much anything.
I would be cool if one can be free of any external force applied to them because that way once you get working you keep going on forever. Imagine a world where people work and study and research without limitation of their physical stamina. How cool!
Mhmm It would be cool for once to keep going around in a circle forever without any external forces retarding u

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