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Quoted By: >>12748123 >>12749325

I define energy as the measurable difference in the vector relationship between two measurable points.

I also posit two different basic energy states: stable and unstable.
Stable energy maintains vector direction and thus can achieve functional zero-sum energy in relation to other points in space-time. Example: mechanical energy
Unstable energy does not maintain vector direction, and thus cannot maintain zero-sum energy with any relationship. Example: thermal energy.

>> No.12746673
Quoted By: >>12746811 >>12749325

wat

>> No.12746811
Quoted By: >>12748115

>>12746673
Energy is both direction and magnitude, and relative to another object. Simple.

>> No.12748115
Quoted By: >>12749302

>>12746811
"The object" is energy, you numb nut.

>> No.12748123
Quoted By: >>12749302

>>12746507
what advantages does this definition have over the currently accepted definition of energy?

>> No.12749302

>>12748123
there is no satisfactory definition of energy in modern physics.

>>12748115
the energy contained in an object is wholly different dependent on reference frame.

>> No.12749325

>>12746507
>>12746673
wat



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