What goes up but doesn't come down?
a) a soaring ego
b) your age
c) your weight
d) the floater in your eye
What is the problem with your 2003 Alero if it doesnt start while sitting in the sun for hours When the sun goes down it will start up?
well what is true is that what goes away come back , see gravity affects every place in the universe, traveling in a straight line is impossible because gravity will affect and divert your way then you will revolve until you come back, however on the customary level what goes up may not come down if it acquired the required speed 11 meter per second
The following will shift the supply curve to the right: cost of resources goes down taxes goes down subsidies goes up government regulations goes down technology/productivity goes up number of sellers goes up future expectations goes down The following will sift the supply curve to the left: cost of resources goes up taxes goes up subsidies goes down government regulations goes up technology/productivity goes down number of sellers goes down future expectations goes up
This is not a law. This is a statement indicating the action of gravity. Gas bubbles move upwards when released under water, and don't come back down. But these gases don't leave the Earth. Helium goes up, and doesn't come back down. But it doesn't leave the Earth. Hydrogen goes up, and the thermal energy available far up in the atmosphere will allow some hydrogen to reach escape velocity. Once hydrogen escapes, it will not…
Our normal experience is that if we throw something into the air, it is going to fall down again, leading to the expression, what goes up must come down. However, it is also possible to put a satellite into orbit, which goes up and stays up, at least for a long time. But even artificial satellites don't really stay up forever; their orbits decay.