Isaac Newton’s three Laws of Motion can be summarized as such:
1) An object will not change its motion unless a force acts on it.
2) The force on an object is equal to its mass times its acceleration.
3) Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.
We must comprehend that the phenomena of karma are not incongruous with the laws of physics. It is due to karma’s mechanical consistency that “laws” (universal unchanging principles) exist in the first place.
We can say that when a scientific theory has perfectly apprehended a phenomenon of karma, it can be called a law.
Karma is what makes the scientific method so practical. This is very simple.
What’s not simple are the amount of variables, i.e. the amount of “objects exerting force” in every direction whether in the states of physical matter (solid, liquid, gas, and every combination thereof), states of electromagnetism (light, heat, sound), or spiritual matter (emotions, thoughts, intentions).
All of these “force-exerting objects” act across time (choices, events, causes and effects).
As individuals, we exert force across all of these states and throughout eternity.
Naturally the consequences of our actions manifest, and if we have been acting in a conscious way, we can analyze the value of how we live our Path.