05-20-12, 11:33 PM #1
What is space and energy joined?
As open and closed point to a door, and summer and winter point to a year, the primary binary elements of this universe are space and energy. What did they look like pre-universe when they were one thing? Was everywhere here and everywhen now and all energy both here and there in an entanglement type wave function?
05-21-12, 12:36 AM #2
Energy cannot be created or destroyed just as the number "zero" cannot be created or destroyed
Energy is subject to the law of conservation of energy. According to this law, energy can neither be created (produced) nor destroyed by itself. It can only be transformed.
Abstract. A complete description of space-time, matter and energy is given in Einstein’s special theory of relativity. We derive explicit equations of motion for two falling bodies, based upon the principle that each body must subtract the mass-equivalent for any change in its kinetic energy that is incurred during the fall. We find that there are no singularities and consequently no blackholes.
In this contribution, we analyze both the old Mössbauer experiments in a rotating system and our new experiment on this subject, which unambiguously indicate the presence of an additional component in
the relative energy shift DE/E between emission and absorption lines, as compared with the classic relativistic expression written to the accuracy c^2 (that is DE/E = -u^2 /2c^2, where u is the tangential velocity of absorber, and c the light velocity in vacuum). The additional dilation of time for the rotating absorber constitutes more than 20% from the relativistic value, and it many times exceeds the measuring uncertainty. We discuss a possible origin of this effect and the ways of its further experimental verification.
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