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wetheslaves December 19th, 2015 12:46am

Brainstorm: Is it possible that energy is a derivative of gravity?

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PresWK Minnesota
12/18/15 9:56 pm

What are you talking about? Gravity is the effect of an energy field but I don't know what you're getting at

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smithy0013
12/18/15 8:46 pm

Kinda close but the other way round. Energy is the integral of gravity. More generally, it's the integral of whatever your force function is. Force is the time derivative of momentum (newtons second law) and so if energy was the derivative of force then energy would equal momentum and what a strange universe that would be!

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liam2013 iowa
12/18/15 6:32 pm

Back to Physic class.

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wetheslaves Live each moment fully
12/18/15 6:02 pm

What constantly exerts force without consuming energy? Is this related to the third force indirectly connecting electro and magnet energy? Which also has a time variance factor.

wetheslaves Live each moment fully
12/18/15 5:53 pm

Our perceptions can blind us or reveal the universe.

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wetheslaves Live each moment fully
12/18/15 5:51 pm

Time distortion is created by gravity. Energy transfer is dependent on time.

smithy0013
12/18/15 8:52 pm

You may be interested in reading up on the orbit of mercury. The high eccentricity of its orbit combined with its close proximity to the sun makes time pass at a measurably different rate at perihelion and aphelion which causes the orbit to precess.

wetheslaves Live each moment fully
12/18/15 5:49 pm

Food for thought: The sun produces energy because of the forces generated by gravity.

wetheslaves Live each moment fully
12/18/15 5:48 pm

Before you go for the established answer, why not have some fun entertaining creative ideas?

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