## Re: [free_energy] Free Energy Machines Theory and Experiments

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• ... This is absolutely pure crap. If you re talking about which is the correct equation for the kinetic energy of a moving object, you can *immediately*
Message 1 of 3 , Mar 1, 2005

> It began with a debate between Isaac Newton and Gottfried
> formulas: Newton's mv and Leibnitz's mvv. Both men knew that only
> one of these formulas could be used to describe the motion of
> objects. The debate was long and often bitter. Amazingly about fifty
> years after they were both deceased the science establishment
> declared that they were both correct. Also about that time the
> establishment added the ½ to Leibnitz's formula.

This is absolutely pure crap.

If you're talking about which is the correct equation for the kinetic
energy of a moving object, you can *immediately* dismiss 'mv' because it
doesn't even have the correct units for energy. The SI unit of energy is
the joule, expressed in terms of basic units as kilogram-meter^2/sec^2.
mvv (or mv^2) has the correct units, and is the correct formula except
for the missing dimensionless scale factor of 1/2, but 'mv' has units of
kilogram-meter/sec. 'mv' *is* the correct formula for linear momentum,
which has SI units of kg-m/sec, but momentum and energy are two entirely
different things.

Anyone with even a rudimentary knowledge of calculus (which would
certainly include both Newton and Leibnitz) can derive KE = 1/2 mv^2 in
a matter of seconds or minutes, just as it is re-derived in high school
physics classes every day.

> So today's experimenter is forced to believe that the
> ballistic pendulum conserves both Momentum and Energy, even when he
> collects no data for the conservation of energy.

More crap. Countless of experiments, made to very high degrees of
accuracy, have confirmed the conservation of both momentum and energy
(and angular momentum), *including* the production of heat. None (that
have been done right) have *ever* found a discrepancy.
• ... That s an odd setup for recording what sounds like an apparatus spinning at moderate velocity. Why not just use a video camera? And then post the video
Message 2 of 3 , Mar 1, 2005
On Tue, 1 Mar 2005, pequade wrote:

> Pictures show the cylinder stopping and then reversing its
> direction. Many pictures were made using 35 mm film photographs
> and a strobe light flashing 100 times a second.

That's an odd setup for recording what sounds like an apparatus
spinning at moderate velocity. Why not just use a video camera?
And then post the video somewhere for examination.
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