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Old Apr 25th 2019, 09:22 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by topsquark View Post
If you are defining work as something different from
Of course I give a new definition of Work as something different from nonsense.
The current definition of Work depends on the biggest logical errors.

Just read

1.4 The Explanation of the 1st biggest basic mistake that exists in modern physics;
1.5 The Discovering of the Static mechanical Work and the Explanation of the 2nd biggest basic mistake (the prime mistake) that exists in modern physics;

https://medium.com/p/d8919d784567


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if you want to reboot Physics with a new set of definitions, go for it. But you have to be more careful of comparing two systems that use the same terms differently.
I have already went for it.

The result: the current system is totally wrong.

There is only one criterion -- logics.

Just read about the biggest logical errors.
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Old Apr 25th 2019, 09:23 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by OlegGor View Post
About the transfer of chemical energy to mechanical energy

...

So the transfer of chemical energy to mechanical energy happens IN BOTH THESE CASES
That's also true in Newtonian mechanics. There's no need for introduce your ad-hoc redefinitions to explain why it takes effort to keep a heavy object lifted above your head.

Also, this

https://physics.stackexchange.com/qu...-is-being-done
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Old Apr 25th 2019, 09:55 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by benit13 View Post
That's also true in Newtonian mechanics. There's no need for introduce your ad-hoc redefinitions to explain why it takes effort to keep a heavy object lifted above your head.
Once again,
you are saying about just a part of NON-Target (but inevitable) Works that your organism is doing IN BOTH THESE CASES.

But I am saying about the Target Work:
Mechanical Work what you are doing IN BOTH THESE CASES ( pushing upwards the object during some time with your nonzero Force (F1)). Got it?

Once again,
The NON-Target Works are inevitable and Energy which is being spent on these NON-Target Works (in both these cases), is just the ADDITIONAL energy price that your organism is INEVITABLY paying (spending) in order to do the Target Work: pushing upwards the object during some time with your nonzero Force (F1).

"just the ADDITIONAL energy price ... in order to do the Target Work" Got it?

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Old Apr 26th 2019, 03:15 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by OlegGor View Post
Once again,
you are saying about just a part of NON-Target (but inevitable) Works that your organism is doing IN BOTH THESE CASES.

But I am saying about the Target Work:
Mechanical Work what you are doing IN BOTH THESE CASES ( pushing upwards the object during some time with your nonzero Force (F1)). Got it?
I understand what you are saying, but what you are saying is something you have made up.

What I'm saying is that what you have invented is not necessary because there are already simple explanations to the use-cases you have highlighted. No problem.
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Old Apr 26th 2019, 09:08 AM   #15
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I understand what you are saying, but what you are saying is something you have made up.

What I'm saying is that what you have invented is not necessary because there are already simple explanations to the use-cases you have highlighted. No problem.
You DO NOT UNDERSTAND completely what I am saying.

For now you are being intellectually blind. You do not see the most processes in the universe.
Because of that you can not see the new colossal Energy which has been discovered.

From my Open Letter:

For now because of biggest conceptual basic errors that exist in modern science, most processes in the universe fall out of our vision and humanity has an absolutely wrong picture of the physical world and has been losing gigantic possibilities for all this time.

With these new discoveries we can see and understand the processes and can use our new knowledge for the accelerated progress of civilization and therefore for the prosperity of mankind.


https://medium.com/p/3b93a815aa9b


Before writing something, just read the document.
https://medium.com/p/d8919d784567

Do not spend my time.
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Old Apr 26th 2019, 05:17 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by OlegGor View Post
You DO NOT UNDERSTAND completely what I am saying.

For now you are being intellectually blind. You do not see the most processes in the universe.
Because of that you can not see the new colossal Energy which has been discovered.

From my Open Letter:

For now because of biggest conceptual basic errors that exist in modern science, most processes in the universe fall out of our vision and humanity has an absolutely wrong picture of the physical world and has been losing gigantic possibilities for all this time.

With these new discoveries we can see and understand the processes and can use our new knowledge for the accelerated progress of civilization and therefore for the prosperity of mankind.


https://medium.com/p/3b93a815aa9b


Before writing something, just read the document.
https://medium.com/p/d8919d784567

Do not spend my time.
I finally did bother myself to read one of your documents reasonably thoroughly. This is my most reasoned response to your comments: "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof." When you come up with experiments and data that verify your claims please feel free to return and share the results.

Until then, thread closed.

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