Energy and Motion

DrDean

Energy and Motion
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Is there energy in motion? There is no cause in effect. Motion does not give birth to itself. Taking frequency as being pulsed not the number of rotations a second (Hertz), pushing a person on a swing. More and momentum is gained to a point of resonance.  Yet in my understanding the law of conservation of energy states you cannot gain more than what you put in (energy can be neither created or destroyed). Yet does that apply to motion taking there as being no energy in motion?
Frequency and elastance are not two constituents of over unity?

Matt Watts

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Look into the "Orberth Effect".  My feeling is this has the highest likelihood of being a workable concept in some sort of over unity device.  Basically you borrow/steal energy from some other domain and use it in your domain.  If that other domain is the Aether itself, well, that's where the energy you use will end up again once you are finished with it.  So as far as I can tell, we wouldn't be breaking any energy conservation laws.  We simply dip from the energy pool and return that same quantity of energy at a later time.  The whole trick is to not let nature pull the energy back from the same direction we intend to extract from.  In essence our energy dipper must be curved like a spoon, not flat like a spatula.

Lynx

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Quote from DrDean on January 26th, 02:52 PM
Is there energy in motion? There is no cause in effect. Motion does not give birth to itself.
Here's My 2 cents: A meteorite is trekking across the Universe. At some point in time, somewhere, something got that meteorite moving. Let's for arguments sake say that it's weight is 100 pounds if captured and measured here on Earth. As long as nothing comes in it's way then it's intrinsic kinetic energy will be intact and it will continue to move along in it's path forerever. It's only when something crosses it's path, smashes in to it or tries to slow it down that it's kinetic energy comes into play and does it's very best to try to resist the changes at hand. Other than that, as long as there's nothing disturbing it, then all of it's kinetic energy stays intact and, well, to play with words then one could say "It's quite the energyless meteorite moving there, it's doing nothing but moving without even making an effort to stay moving, yet still it continues to move, regardless. Weird".

haxar

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Quote from DrDean on January 26th, 02:52 PM
Is there energy in motion?
Energy in motion is also known as "emotion." Each "emotion" has its own frequency.

Attached is all the "emotions" that are known to exist. Shame being the lowest frequency.

patrick1

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laugha,  reasoned out like a true tree energy enthusiast