Discussed a little earlier the main characteristics of the inertial motion of elementary particles without any additional conditions are applicable only to ideal conditions. Yes, only in ideal conditions, the trajectory of the particle will always remain straight. As for velocity of the particle at each moment of time, but only in a completely empty space all the features of uniformly accelerated or of uniformly decelerated motion of the particles will fit to the perfect ones precisely.

In reality, in inertially moving particles in additional to the Inertial Force many other forces, the causes of which are already well known:

1) Fields of Attraction of other objects;

2) Fields of Repulsion;

3) Pressure from other particles (moving or "in quiescence" in the conglomerate of particles).

I.e. in real conditions on the inertially moving particle many other forces can simultaneously act - Attraction, Repulsion, Pressure. For example, some particle is moving by inertia. And simultaneously Ether, through which it moving, is shifted under the influence of the Field of Attraction of any object. Inertial Force competes with the Force of Attraction.

Or the surrounding Ether is shifted repelled by the Field of Repulsion. Or some moving particle crash into another moving particle. I.e. Inertial Force opposes the Force of Pressure of the particle surface. In any case, we must determine the angle between the vectors of the Forces. And also to find out the value of the Forces. After this, on the Rule of Parallelogram we will know the direction and magnitude of the resultant force.

These other forces arising in the inertially moving particle compete in magnitude with the Inertial Force, moving the particle. As a result of acting of these forces the direction of motion of a particle can change. Simultaneously with the direction, usually it is changing the velocity of the particle measured at each moment of time - either increases or decreases (down to zero). The changing of the direction of motion of a particle does not lead to the disappearance of the Inertial Force (except cases when the speed drops to zero). I.e. a particle continues to move by inertia. However and the magnitude of this force, and direction of the vector changes.

In order to know the direction and magnitude of the vector of resultant force, which arises in a result of acting on a particle moving by inertia and even other forces, we turn to the Rule of Parallelogram. Diagonal drawn from the same point, where is the start of vectors of initial Forces (one of which must be Inertial Force) - this is the resultant force vector.

As previously mentioned, in assessing of the speed and direction of motion of the particle due to the impact on it more than one force we need take into account a number of factors. Here they are:

1) The magnitude of the forces acting on the particle, and their total number;

2) The angle between the vectors of the Forces;

3) The type of forces acting on the particle.

Additionally, for the Force of Inertia we can find out the general character of the movement – uniformly decelerated or uniformly accelerated, and also what is value of the acceleration or deceleration.

Particle velocity increases if speed, caused by the action of any Field of Attraction or Repulsion is added to the speed caused by the magnitude of the Inertial Force. This is because the particle moves relative to ethereal field, and at the same time the very ethereal field, as well as Ether, filling the particle are shifted under the influence of the cause of the Force – Field of Attraction or Field of Repulsion. What will be the trajectory of a particle, if in addition to the Inertial Force the Force of Attraction or Force of Repulsion arises in it, depends on:

1) The initial direction of the inertial motion of a particle;

2) The speed of the inertial motion of a particle, measured per unit of time;

3) The magnitude of the Field of Attraction of attracting or the Field of Repulsion of repulsive object.

In any case, for the inertially moving particle, there are only two versions of events:

1) The particle will fly past the objects with the Fields of Attraction or Repulsion, in one way or another attracting by the Field of Attraction or rebounding by the Field of Repulsion;

2) The particle will not pass the object with the Field of Attraction or Repulsion instead it will be attracted to the object with the Field of Attraction or drastically deviate from the object with the Field of Repulsion.

Or instead of acting of Fields of Attraction and Repulsion it may be that inertially moving particle collides with another particle - either truly motionless, or with a "stationary" particle because it is fixed in any Field of Attraction or with a particle, also moving inertially.

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1) If another particle is truly motionless, there arises the Force of Inertia, which will cause it to move in the same direction in which the investigated particle was moving. But this is only if the particle has the Field of Repulsion, or if it has arose;

2) In the event that the other particle "immobile" in a Field of Attraction, there are two possible scenarios:

a) An investigated particle will change the direction of the motion after a collision with the "stationary" particle;

b) An investigated particle force "stationary" particle to move in the same direction.

3) In the event that the other particle inertially moves itself and its velocity is greater than the velocity of the given particle whose movement we explore, the investigated particle starts to obey the new Force of Inertia, forcing it to move in a new direction. And of the last Inertial Force only a higher degree of transformation was left. I.e. there is an addition of degrees of transformation that increases the speed of motion.

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