Dec 29, 16 / Cap 28, 00 21:03 UTC
Re: Energy/Energia ¶
When I speak "potential energy", I mean only the energy that bears a relation to gravitational field. I do not consider compressed springs.
Circa 20 years ago, I had found that the motion of water within vertical tube violates the rule of energy conservation. Indeed, the velocity of water is constant in tube, therefore the kinetic energy is constant also. But, the potential energy decreases (if water moves from top to bottom). Attempts to explain this effect with the taking into account the friction heat was unsuccessfull: the friction heat depends on roughness of interriour surface of the tube, but the change of potential energy is not depended on the roughness. Many other physical effects demonstrate also the Violation of the energy conservation rule (for example, the destruction of bridge owing to resonance). All these effects shown me that the idea of potential and kinetic energy could be erroneous. And when I had found the derivation of potential energy formula, I had found the error of the derivation.
QestionMark, in Topic "Unlimited energy" I have give the reference to my two articles, in which I describe all these phenomena in details. Please, seek these articles.