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Push, to get the water up the screw
Thrust if hit or pushed.
Thrust, if pushed or hit. There is also a friction force trying to slow me down.
This is inertia. If the water did not have the pushing force of the screw, it would stay flat on the surface of the sea.
If the stars are not hit by something then they will stay still, because they are lazy. If they are hit by something, then they will start to move. Because it takes the same amount of effort to start moving as it does to stop, the star will keep moving for ever until something gets in its way and stops it.
Because objects are lazy they will not move unless forced to do so. This wheel chair has two forces acting on it, thrust and friction. Daniel Murley, 7F
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