This is an example of reasoning by First Principles in an invention of high heel shoe inserts. Gravity exists, gravity works in a high heel shoe as something with a mass (a person’s weight attached to a foot on a downward slope) that is being pulled down by a force – the force of gravity. F=GM m/r2 This is the problem. The solution is to stop gravity from pulling the foot down. The solution is to stop problems of pain in the toes and forefoot from happening in the first place, not just cushioning with gel or bandaging the toes and the ball of the foot after they are painful. It is also a solution that considers the problem of foot pain in heels from both the horizontal and vertical surfaces.
I reasoned by ‘First Principles’ what was needed was a means to physically stop the foot from sliding forward with something that was comfortable on the foot, did not crowd the shoe and also stayed in place against hundreds of pounds of pressure on it. This is how I came up with my invention of high heel inserts that I called Killer Heels Comfort. My invention is not an extension or a reiteration on a theme that has been executed before in hundreds of foot cushions, it is completely novel. It is an example of Reasoning by First principles and not by analogy.
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