What is Ixx and Iyy in moment of inertia?

  • Along with the excellent and varied answers from others ( all Aspies / auties are different, and that’s what makes us recognize each other ), I note the following:

    • when I overcome inertia,
    • I often overcompensate and say inappropriate things in conversation just to participate in the conversation,
    • then folks look at me and wonder what I’m talking about.

    And each time it happens it plagues me forever – why did I do that, and how can I avoid it in the future?

    • For example: one person was telling a story,

      – “…
      so I sent my Guitar to Gibson factory to get it repaired because they are such expensive guitars that you shouldn’t neglect them, but the cost, the cost …”

      – and I immediately said

      – “…
      oh, I know …”,

      – and they look at me and asked

      – “…
      how do you know, have you ever sent a guitar to the Gibson factory for repair? …”,

      – and I had to backtrack and say

      – “…
      no [ fetching, pausing, hunting ]

      – …
      I meant [ fetching, pausing, hunting ]

      – …
      I know [ fetching, pausing, hunting ]

      – …
      what it’s like [ fetching, pausing, hunting ]

      – …
      to [ fetching, pausing, hunting ]

      – …
      worry [ fetching, inventing ]

      – …
      how [ fetching, pausing, hunting ]

      – …
      much something will cost … [ hoping I saved my ass ] …”,

      – and I was so interruptive of the person’s story, especially because their punchline, which I didn’t know their upcoming punchline, but they knew their purpose for their story and their upcoming punchline all along, and their punchline was going to be

      – “…
      and Gibson fixed the guitar FREE …”,

      – and I
      ruined their surprise build up with my interruption.

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    • For another example: In grammar school, and high school, and even in college, as a student, I’d be thinking so fast that I’d explore all meanings of everything a teacher said, and I’d interrupt the teacher with double entendres, other meanings of their words, and fellow students thought I was funny, I thought I was funny, too, even though I got kicked out of class a lot, sometimes in advance, one teacher would start the class with

      – “…
      Peter, get out

      now, class, let’s begin …”

      … and then begin their lesson while I roamed the halls alone.
    • Mum had a sit-down with that teacher, but came away calling the teacher a “horse’s arse” ( as deep a nasty as I’d ever heard her say ), but still, no one put two and two together that I was Aspie / autie, just that I was a cutup, and that me being a cutup bothered some people, so back off.

    50 years later after being thrown out of relationships, and thrown out of jobs, and thrown out of living spaces, the same way, I was diagnosed under incentive from a partner who suspected I was more than just a cutup.

    50 years of wondering why I was the only one tossed.

    • I still get tossed,

      but now I know why.

    My partner gets frustrated, but is hanging in there, hopefully, they will learn that I can’t just stop, it’s me, it’s not a choice.

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    A car analogy:

    • I’m like a car with no first gear, I will always be choppy starting, not really getting started until second gear, but once I get to the high gears, I can really perform, if you only let me have the chance to get there.
    • I just do not have a first gear, and knowing I do not have a first gear only makes me try all the harder to make second gear start off smoother … but yelling at me, or lecturing me, over and over again, about what a first gear is all about, a first gear that I do not have, or firing me, will not suddenly make a first gear appear out of nowhere.

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    • Example: in one job, a higher-up boss, second-in-command, number two in the organization, asked me, a lowly entry-level techie, to cobble together a sample little wiki on their legal reference books ( 900+ pages, 1,500+ legal boilerplate forms, to be used by 400+ lawyers ) so they could explore if a wiki could help them keep their boilerplate current, but they wanted me to just experiment, just take one little section to test and play with for them …

      … that was 7 a.m. …

      … by 5 p.m. the same day,
      SAME DAY,

      … I had not one page, but the
      entire 900+ pages and 1500+ boilerplate pages imported into a working wiki, fully cross-referenced with active links, plus I self-expanded the assignment and I looked up all the relevant supporting legislation and case-law that our legal boilerplate was based on, and included all of those official government references as a cross reference, too, and I kept searching, and I included current and past publishing of the entire history of the boilerplates over the years, because if someone has a complaint about something from a year ago, we need to look up what boilerplate was used for them a year ago, and I had it all on a USB flash-drive / thumb-drive to walk-about from computer to computer so I could show people a demonstration, and I could copy the entire wiki for each of the 400+ lawyers, as either a portable USB-drive, or just copy the wiki onto their computers, or, if they would only give me a new computer as a server to attach to the inhouse network, then I could publish the wiki as a live webpage wiki that everyone in the office and every one of our customers in the public could access immediately, and being a hierarchical wiki, only the administrator ( me at the time ) could actually publish any changes, any edits, but everyone could suggest edits, so lawyers and customers ( and legislators and law clerks and judges ) could all put in their two cents worth of suggestions in real-time right on screen while they were reading, and see everyone else’s comments, too, and I, or whomever they wanted to make the wiki administrator, could do a legal review of their suggestions, and then update the wiki immediately for everyone else to refer to, no further delays ( as you can see, I’m awfully proud of doing an over-the-top body of work in this project ) …

      … and I did all of this all
      in one day,

      … not needing six month’s development, not needing an expensive team of people coordinating over months, just
      me alone, one person, one day, putting the entire agency legal boilerplate, all histories, and all supporting law, in a wiki, a hierarchical wiki with permission levels of administration, for everyone to have as an up-to-date tool at their immediate command and reference … not just one test paragraph …

      … they didn’t know what to do with me,
      I made everyone else in the tech department look bad, so the chief IT Information Technology officer contrived to get me fired ( I was still in my first year there under probation, so any excuse to fire me was not arguable, “… we need the space for filing cabinets …” would suffice ), so that they could resume their usual wasting months and months of team’s worth of people and money-money-money doing nothing productive …

      … and I was tossed again, they
      FIRED me.

      But, do you see the high-gear performance I am capable of?

      I was really trying to show I was worth keeping, so I performed my absolute best. Yet, without first-gear engagement of the chief IT officer, I was doomed to failure.

    Such is the life, the -l-o-n-g- and tiring life, of Aspies / auties who are forever stuck just outside neuro typical’s engagement.

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    A conversational example: Just TRY to follow this disjointed who’s-in-first-gear-and-who-isn’t dialog from The Mary Tyler Moore Show, pilot, first season, first show, as Ed Asner as Lou Grant interviews Mary Tyler Moore as Mary:

    The Mary Tyler Moore Show Season 1, Episode 1, Love Is All Around

    Lou: How old are you?

    Mary: Thirty.

    Lou: No hedging! No ‘how old do I look’?

    Mary: [ smiles and shrugs her shoulders ] Why hedge?

    Lou: Yeah.

    Mary: How old do I look?

    Lou: [ pauses ] Thirty. [ opens booze bottle in his desk drawer ] What religion are you?

    Mary: Uh, Mr. Grant, I don’t quite know how to say this, but, uh, you’re not allowed to ask that when someone’s applying for a job. It’s against the law.

    Lou: Wanna call a cop?

    Mary: [ sweetly ] No.

    Lou: Good! Would you think I was violating your civil rights if I asked if you’re married?

    Mary: Presbyterian. [ Lou stares at her ] Uh, well I, I, I decided I would answer your religion question.

    Lou: Divorced?

    Mary: No.

    Lou: Never married!

    Mary: No.

    Lou: Why?

    Mary: Why?

    Lou: Do you type?

    Mary: Mr. Grant, there’s no simple answer to that question!

    Lou: Yes there is! How ’bout “no I can’t type” or “yes I can”?

    Mary: There’s no simple answer to why a person isn’t married.

    Lou: How many reasons can there be?

    Mary: [ nervously ] 65.

    Lou: [ exasperated ] Words per minute. My typing question!

    Mary: Yes.

    Lou: Look, miss! Would you try answering the questions as I ask them?

    Lou: You know what? You’ve got spunk.

    Mary: Well, yes …

    Lou: I hate spunk.

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    Someone on the writing team for the Mary Tyler Moore Show at television show was an Aspie / autie – with a job, no less!

    I’m so jealous!

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    And that’s Aspie / autie inertia, that’s what it feels like.

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    Let’s look stuff up:

    • inertia ( noun ), 1713, “that property of matter by virtue of which it retains its state of rest or of uniform rectilinear motion so long as no foreign cause changes that state” [ Century Dictionary ], introduced as a term in physics 1600s by German astronomer and physician Johann Kepler ( 1571-1630 ) as a special sense of Latin inertia “unskillfulness, ignorance; inactivity, idleness”, from iners ( genitive inertis ) “unskilled; inactive” ( see inert ); also sometimes vis inertia “force of inertia”; used in 1687 by Newton, writing in Modern Latin; the classical Latin sense of “apathy, passiveness, inactivity” is attested in English from 1822; a tendency to do nothing or to remain unchanged; physics, a property of matter by which it continues in its existing state of rest or uniform motion in a straight line, unless that state is changed by an external force; resistance to change in some other physical property.
    • inert ( adjective ) 1640s, “without inherent force, having no power to act or respond”, from French inerte ( 1500s ) or directly from Latin inertem ( nominative iners ) “unskilled, incompetent; inactive, helpless, weak, sluggish; worthless”, used of stagnant fluids, uncultivated pastures, expressionless eyes; it is a compound of in- “without, not, opposite of” ( see in- ) + ars ( genitive artist ) “skill” ( see art ( noun ); in chemistry, “having no active properties, neutral” ( 1800 ), specifically from 1885 of certain chemically inactive, colorless, odorless gases; of persons or creatures, “indisposed or unable to move or act”, from 1774; lacking the ability or strength to move; lacking vigor; chemically inactive.


    C’mon my Aspie / autie peeps, we gotta reinvent ourselves and do some marketing, review this stuff:

    Those are the traits of ALL living things.


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