Now think about one thing, only one thing. When an object falls to the ground, where comes the energy it gets by that?
Just say where, if you say potential energy, potential energy is no physical entity, it doesn't cause acceleration, it cannot give energy, it is only a fictional calculated number. So it's overunity, there is no known source where the energy can come from.
Now one says when we want to raise the object to the same height, we have to spend the same energy. Yes, but this is only because the gravitational field is symmetric, spherical, not because of the first law of thermodynamics.
So always when the field does work, the energy comes from zero point energy or other unknown source, which chaos decreases, because object moving in a certain way by the force of the field, makes it more organized. The opposite happens when we work against the field, this decreases the organization and increases the chaos at zero point, or wherever else.
And some other fields, such as magnetic field, are not symmetric, they are not spherical, because they have two poles.
Thank you for attention.