In my science fiction universe, I have a small technology called a 'Kinetic Absorption Module'. It's not mentioned very often, but it's a key component of my supersoldiers' armor. How it works is it acts like a shock absorber, but within a small, one inch long by one and a half inch wide diameter object that is floating in a highly viscous synthetic gelatin layer between two plates of armor. An object, such as a fist, impacts the armor, and pushes the first plate onto the KAM, and the KAM reacts by effectively cancelling the impact force. By that logic, a person in the A.T.L.A.S. Powered Combat Armor can be hit by a truck running sixty miles an hour and not move so much as an ångström, without feeling the impact force at all. So, my question is as follows: How does one negate impact force without violating any laws of physics, killing the person in the armor, or destroying the armor? And if we have to violate a law of physics, is there some way to make amendments to the law or laws such technology violates so as to keep the angry mob of disgruntled scientists from coming after me with proverbial pitchforks and torches? Note: I'm unsure of how advanced such a question is, but am aware it is not rocket science, and have prefixed it as 'I'.