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Title: On Physics –
©2008 Cricket Diane C Phillips

Written by – Cricket Diane C Phillips, 3-17-08

“When I consider how many stars are in the universe, I find it hard to believe we have the energy problems we do.

There are physical forces and sources of ultra – energies that lay untapped. Every source we utilize now is based on the discovery of fire – it has not changed. We use it as the basis of virtually everything we move, convert or mechanically manipulate. Even the manner in which we harness electricity is an out-growth of that thinking.

It is no longer the use of fire and combustion that must power our society’s transportation, home and industrial needs. It is the use of the physical laws governing the motion of bodies and systems across the processes and physics of the Universe that must be harnessed to do it. Conversion principles are simpler, degree and precision of conversion are more effective, the cost is already borne by the factors in the cosmological aspects that cause them, and the forces are already in place.

Instead of (pushing) against the earth and her rotation to move – to transport – to convert energies, it would only take being completely still relative to the earth for an intense and immediate re-location to occur.”

Abstract I Notes & Comments – Robust System II, III – 03/17/08
Diane C. Phillips, 2008
Atlanta, GA, USA

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On Physics of Change – Cricket Diane C Phillips – 2008
Published on: Mar 17, 2008 @ 22:41


Comments on the above article –

someknowledge
bill.remski
24.231.178.120
Submitted on 2008/03/17 at 10:54pm

Energy comes from the thermonuclear reactions in stars. The sun is a star. Solar power is the way of the future. Wind energy is a form of solar energy. The future will be built on solar cells, energy farms, and the Quixotic windmill. There is only limited energy available in the rotational inertia of the planet, and nobody in their right mind would want to slow down the rotation of the earth and risk killing us all. The sun is our energy source, we have only to utilize it.
Energy comes from the thermonuclear reactions in stars. The sun is a star. Solar power is the way of the future. Wind energy is a form of solar energy. The future will be built on solar cells, energy farms, and the Quixotic windmill. There is only limited energy available in the rotational inertia of the planet, and nobody in their right mind would want to slow down the rotation of the earth and risk killing us all. The sun is our energy source, we have only to utilize it.
bill.remski
someknowledge
67.166.241.215
Submitted on 2008/03/19 at 1:52am

re: response – you’re correct

You’re right, nobody would suggest slowing, or otherwise changing the rotational patterns of the planet – right mind or not. And, if that is the message I conveyed, then I will need to change my abstract to reflect it.

I will re-read what I’ve written. My suggestion is that the motion of the planet is an already established force. Let’s pretend that it keeps moving and we don’t ( yes, theoretically). What happens under our feet is that the most elegant change in landscape would occur because the earth does continue moving as we stand still in relation to it.

Isn’t that what the Space Shuttle does – only a little higher? Or have I lost my mind?
Let me know if you find it out there wandering somewhere . . .

I’ve given up asking people to understand what they do not read. But it was a
durn good try.

Thankyou.

Cricket Diane C. Phillips
re: response – you’re correct You’re right, nobody would suggest slowing, or otherwise changing the rotational patterns of the planet – right mind or not. And, if that is the message I conveyed, then I will need to change my abstract to reflect it. I will re-read what I’ve written. My suggestion is that the motion of the planet is an already established force. Let’s pretend that it keeps moving and we don’t ( yes, theoretically). What happens under our feet is that the most elegant change in landscape would occur because the earth does continue moving as we stand still in relation to it. Isn’t that what the Space Shuttle does – only a little higher? Or have I lost my mind? Let me know if you find it out there wandering somewhere . . . I’ve given up asking people to understand what they do not read. But it was a durn good try. Thankyou. Cricket Diane C. Phillips

cricketdiane
67.166.241.215
Submitted on 2008/03/19 at 1:58am

Diane,

According to the laws of motion discovered by Isaac Newton, it takes energy to accelerate any object. We are standing on the earth and moving with it in its rotation, in its orbit around the sun, in its orbit around the galaxy, and in the galaxy’s motion among the other galaxies. Motion is perceived relative to other objects. We cannot just stop moving with the planet without applying force of some sort. In the space shuttle, force is applied by rocket motors until the space shuttle is above the atmosphere, which would slow it down by friction, and is in an orbit around the earth. Once the shuttle is in orbit it needs no more energy to stay in orbit because no energy is being expended. If you were to extract energy from the orbit of the space shuttle somehow, the orbit would decay and the shuttle would re-enter the earth’s atmosphere.

It took thousands of years for people to understand the laws of motion. New
math had to be invented to explain simple things like the path of a ball as it is thrown. Yes, there is a lot of energy in the motion of a person, but that
energy cannot be used for anything but to keep that person in motion. The
nearest thing to what you propose, as far as I can tell, is tidal power, in
which energy is extracted from the tides, which are caused by the gravitational pull of the moon and couple energy from the moon’s orbit into the waters of the sea. This tends to cause the moon’s orbit to decay, but it is going to happen anyway despite anything humans do to tap that energy.

The study of energy is very interesting. There are many forms of energy. There is kinetic energy of motion. There is potential energy of an object in a
gravitational field. There is chemical energy in molecules and heat and light
energy, as well as potential energy locked in the mass of all objects according to the formula of Einstein, in which E=MC^2. If we ever figure out a way to convert matter directly into energy there will be unlimited power available for all time. In fact, the fusion reactions inside a star convert the mass of hydrogen into energy by fusing hydrogen into helium, which weighs less than the original quantity of helium by a small amount. This is why I say solar power is the way for the future.

Your article was interesting to read and got me thinking about what you were trying to say. I thank you for the message and hope I have helped you sort out what your ideas might be. Physics is very interesting, though at times hard to understand. I might post some simple physics lessons on my blog in future.
Take care and keep writing.

Bill

William
Diane, According to the laws of motion discovered by Isaac Newton, it takes energy to accelerate any object. We are standing on the earth and moving with it in its rotation, in its orbit around the sun, in its orbit around the galaxy, and in the galaxy’s motion among the other galaxies. Motion is perceived relative to other objects. We cannot just stop moving with the planet without applying force of some sort. In the space shuttle, force is applied by rocket motors until the space shuttle is above the atmosphere, which would slow it down by friction, and is in an orbit around the earth. Once the shuttle is in orbit it needs no more energy to stay in orbit because no energy is being expended. If you were to extract energy from the orbit of the space shuttle somehow, the orbit would decay and the shuttle would re-enter the earth’s atmosphere. It took thousands of years for people to understand the laws of motion. New math had to be invented to explain simple things like the path of a ball as it is thrown. Yes, there is a lot of energy in the motion of a person, but that energy cannot be used for anything but to keep that person in motion. The nearest thing to what you propose, as far as I can tell, is tidal power, in which energy is extracted from the tides, which are caused by the gravitational pull of the moon and couple energy from the moon’s orbit into the waters of the sea. This tends to cause the moon’s orbit to decay, but it is going to happen anyway despite anything humans do to tap that energy. The study of energy is very interesting. There are many forms of energy. There is kinetic energy of motion. There is potential energy of an object in a gravitational field. There is chemical energy in molecules and heat and light energy, as well as potential energy locked in the mass of all objects according to the formula of Einstein, in which E=MC^2. If we ever figure out a way to convert matter directly into energy there will be unlimited power available for all time. In fact, the fusion reactions inside a star convert the mass of hydrogen into energy by fusing hydrogen into helium, which weighs less than the original quantity of helium by a small amount. This is why I say solar power is the way for the future. Your article was interesting to read and got me thinking about what you were trying to say. I thank you for the message and hope I have helped you sort out what your ideas might be. Physics is very interesting, though at times hard to understand. I might post some simple physics lessons on my blog in future. Take care and keep writing. Bill William

cricketdiane
crickethousestudios.com/
Submitted on 2008/03/19 at 1:59am

Mr. Bill –
I thought I would ask first, do you mind if I post your comment and my response
on my blog? You inspired me and it was really funny, but if you want, I will
leave it out of the public eye.

Please let me know –

Thankyou,
Cricket Diane C Phillips
Cricket House Studios, 2008

From post: “On Physics” – cricketdiane, 2008
Mr. Bill – I thought I would ask first, do you mind if I post your comment and my response on my blog? You inspired me and it was really funny, but if you want, I will leave it out of the public eye. Please let me know – Thankyou, Cricket Diane C Phillips Cricket House Studios, 2008 From post: “On Physics”

cricketdiane
crickethousestudios.com/
Submitted on 2008/03/19 at 2:01am

Diane,

Feel free to post any comments I made anywhere you want. I’m glad you enjoyed
my reply. Keep thinking of interesting things to write.

William
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” I asked someone recently how to explain that this file folder was in this drawer with this title on it – such that the person trying to retrieve it could locate it. The person I asked told me it was too abstract to work with that concept and I knew there was a problem.”

“How much clearer does it have to be than this – ‘how do I say? – this file folder in this drawer with this title on it?'”

– quote from Cricket Diane C. Phillips, 2008 (from 3-18-08)

Atlanta, Georgia, United States, 2008 – Cricket House Studios – cdcp08
March 21, 2008 –    Posted by cricketdiane

Cricket Diane C Phillips – Quote of the Day – 3-21-08 Atlanta – GA – USA – 2008
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