What would be a acrostic poem using the word inertia?

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Answer #1 | 20/12 2013 15:19
Inertia is the lack of force to change: Newton found a thing won't budge unless Exerted on by force to stop or rearrange; Resistance is the key continuing progress – Theorizing Newton the First Law of Physics. Impetus and rotational discovery then found Angular momentum is uniformly bound.
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Answer #2 | 20/12 2013 16:19
-----------I-nertia --------i-N-ertia -------in-E-rtia ----- ine-R-tia ----iner-T-ia ----inert-I-a -inertia-A
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Answer #3 | 21/12 2013 08:53
I'm not gonna budge- No, you won't shake me- Even a hurricane couldn't. Now that I've made my mind up, Everything must stop for me Rest- chill- freeze up- stay still To be frank, you must obey It's time to drop everything And put your hands in the air, (nice and slow!) Icicle Net-freeze Eternity Rock-solid Turn to stone Instantly Amen Is not moving? No! Ever? Really. Then? It's not moving. Ah.
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