A "Law" is codified observations under certain conditions, a theory adds attempt to explain those observations. @pcostas01 @yesnicksearcy
— Ima Debatin' (@ImaBannedd) February 13, 2015
@ImaBannedd @pcostas01 @yesnicksearcy That is possibly the most succinct explanation of Law v Theory I've seen.Thanks!
— Derek Sorensen (@th3Derek) February 13, 2015
Examples: Ohm's Law valid only for linear electrical systems.
Gravity: invalid under relativity, on micro scale approach to infinite value of G not seen as R approaches 0.
Bernoulli's principle in aeronautics, breaks down at super and trans sonic speeds.