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Author Topic: The mystery of rotating body.  (Read 5909 times)

Offline atomicX

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The mystery of rotating body.
« on: October 30, 2008, 04:58:01 PM »
Okay, Let us say somthing like this:

Suppose we have a position function with respect to time, x(t)

We know that if one take the derivative x'(t), we get velocity function "v"
We know that if one take the derivative x''(t), we get acceleration function "a"
If there is another derivative say x'''(t), x''''(t), x''''''''''(t)....., we get something that we don't really care....
Does this bother anyone?

As you know the circular motion has infinite derivative
x'(t) = tangent velocity "v = wr"
x''(t) = radial accelertion "a=w^2r"
x'''(t) = something we don't care  = w^3r in velocity direction
x''''(t) = w^4r toward the center. 
x'''''(t), x'''''''(t)........ never end
This seems like an infinite series.   We must start looking pass the 2nd derivative and beyond and find out its physical meaning.  To me this is an energy signature.  Energy comes in infinite series.

I have two equation I'm investigating.
1) m + mv + ma + ma' + ma'' + ma''' + ma'''' ......
2) m + mv + 1/2mv^2 + 1/6mv^3 + 1/24mv^4 + 1/120mv^5 + 1/720mv^6.....

The first one I consider the dynamic energy series, the second one is potential energy series
If they come in series, no wonder we can't explain momentum and kinetic energy, them both are part of the second and third term and belong to the same potential series. 

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The mystery of rotating body.
« on: October 30, 2008, 04:58:01 PM »

Offline FatBird

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Re: The mystery of rotating body.
« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2008, 12:03:02 AM »
And my favorite color is blue.  LOL.

There are THOUSANDS & THOUSANDS & THOUSANDS of posts on Overunity that show Formulas, Math, & Platitudes, with NO results.  Do we really need more of this stuff?

These kind of posts reminds me of a MSEE engineer I used to work with.  He sure knew his math, BUT he couldn't even operate a scope.  Of course he was eventually fired for incompetence.


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Offline atomicX

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Re: The mystery of rotating body.
« Reply #2 on: November 02, 2008, 01:37:20 AM »
Hi,

There were plenty of results.  You just didn't know it is there.  My most favorite was the wood and bullet scenario.  A bullet fire at a wood bock and got imbeded.  They both now moving at the same time.  Using the law of momentum conservation, they are both conserved their momentum.  This is a serious violation, where do the energy to penetrate the wood , heat, and sounds comes from? 

Any and every overunity device you ever heard of ultilize strong pulse.
The electric line use pulse to save a great amount of energy. 

That MSEE engineer of yours reminds me Eistein.  He sure didn't use the scope his entire life and I doubt he knows how. lol  I guess it's all about born at the right time in the right place at the right situation with the right support.

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Re: The mystery of rotating body.
« Reply #2 on: November 02, 2008, 01:37:20 AM »
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Offline tishatang

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Re: The mystery of rotating body.
« Reply #3 on: November 02, 2008, 02:58:30 AM »
HI All

Go to this link:

http://www.enterprisemission.com/Von_Braun2.htm

Scroll down to Bruce DePalma Spinning Ball graph and experiment

"Looked at even casually, one can instantly see in the resulting time-lapse image (above) that the two pinballs did NOT fly along identical parabolic arcs (as they should have); unmistakably, the steel ball that was rotating (at ~27,000 rpm) flew higher ... and fell faster ... than the companion ball that was not rotating!

An experimental result in direct violation of everything physicists have thought they've known about both Newton's Laws and Einstein's Relativity ... for almost (in the case of Newton ...) three full centuries!

The above ~ 34-year-old image is a recent scan of one of the original "spinning ball photographs" from DePalma's own ~30-year-old files, contrast-adjusted in PhotoShop (with text and grid added), to bring out the data in the faded original. Nothing else has been added or altered.

What this photograph reveals is truly remarkable ... for, in direct violation of both Newton and Einstein, it SHOUTS that "inertial mass" and "gravitational mass" are NOT equivalent--

Thus violating the foundation of all modern physics in one elegantly simple experiment -- which anyone can safely repeat ... even at home!!"

Tishatang

 

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