Why do things eventually stop?

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How do you make your self stop eating?

You keep eliminating things that you eat and eventually you will have nothing left to eliminate.

Why don't things stop when you push it like a ball on the ground?

Things will eventually stop if there is a force to stop it... and no force that keeps it moving. If there are no forces on an object, or the forces are balanced (the friction forces on a car are compensated by forces that pull it forward), it will continue moving.

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Resistance from other matter such as air molecules

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eventually you will get liver diesease and eventually die

Eventually how do all living things conclude their natural lifestyle?

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When a pendulum wings if it is not constantly pushed it will eventually stop because some of its energy is changed into?

A swinging pendulum will eventually stop because of friction with the air.

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