Re: [free_energy] Free Energy Machines Theory and Experiments
- pequade wrote:
> It began with a debate between Isaac Newton and GottfriedThis is absolutely pure crap.
> Leibnitz, not about who invented calculus but about these two
> 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.
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
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 theMore crap. Countless of experiments, made to very high degrees of
> ballistic pendulum conserves both Momentum and Energy, even when he
> collects no data for the conservation of energy.
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.
- On Tue, 1 Mar 2005, pequade wrote:
> Pictures show the cylinder stopping and then reversing itsThat's an odd setup for recording what sounds like an apparatus
> direction. Many pictures were made using 35 mm film photographs
> and a strobe light flashing 100 times a second.
spinning at moderate velocity. Why not just use a video camera?
And then post the video somewhere for examination.