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    Re: Do we know what ENERGY really is? (Score: 1)
    by med8bux (med8bux@yahoo.com) on Friday, September 02, 2005 @ 10:15:42 EDT
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    Without change, or it's potential there is no need for energy. Our problem is not whether or not we know what energy is.
    Our problem is whether or not we should use energy responsibly, aiming first towards passive energy returns, then conservation, then pleasure based only on the excess in supply, not over demanding what little we have, without a plan to renew that which we have the ability to store.
    Then we have ZPE that makes the second half of the paragraph mute. ; )


    Re: Do we know what ENERGY really is? (Score: 1)
    by DanielJackson (SG1Dan@AOl.COM) on Sunday, November 27, 2005 @ 21:59:50 EST
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    I quoted a line from an electronics text book in my SFG text that goes like this; "Energy is the accomplishment of a wave of motion, without the means of matter: even through vacuuos space."

    Here we have a wave form definition. And now quantum mechanics defines energy as being made up of a basic particle of energy called a photon. Yet, even further they have divided it into units of "Quanta"

    What ever it is, it also can exert a force without and mechanical help such as a motor, since static electricity can attract small bits of matter and hence move mass all of its own as I said without mechanical help.

    In my years of electronics, adding in years as an amateur astronomer. I can not exactly define what energy is. It can merely be as a wave if thats how we look at it. Then it can be as a particle of mass. Yet, we can't really see or measure it from both vantages at once and that is a peculiar matter that has puzzled the Relativty crowd and the Quantum folk? (Though I think they have resolved this.) We can however measure it in certain ways, mostly by the force it exerts on mass or by how much it can heat mass. "Watts" is expended in heat to some extent, with so much going into the work being done. And that brings us to efficiency, how much is expended in losses as compared to that portion effectively used to accomplish a certain rate of work?

    I do however like my electronics definition for energy, it has a peculiar view all of its own.


     

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