The CEO of a corporation supplying software to the legal market considers the concept of momentum to be a good sales pitch, stating:
“At the heart of momentum is velocity, which has two components: speed and direction. Speed relates to what you’re doing now, but direction relates to what you’re doing next.”
Being as wise in the laws of physics as those of man, I am sure that his customers are well aware that momentum is the product of mass and velocity.
Would that be the weight of the law – or of lawyers?