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The bullet in the breech is obviously travelling at 100km/h and I now pull the trigger and the bullet flies off at 700m/s. The bullet continues it's travel in the direction of the train at 100km/h but now has a speed of 2520km/h.
by a single but large impulse the centripetal force acts,
A momentary impulse is not what Newton is talking about
iPerpendicular force does not change the magnitude component of velocity. it changes the direction and only the direction.This is true, and Newton would agree. I agree that some of the posters do not agree with this.Your force is not being applied perpendicular to the motion of the body in question. This has been repeatedly pointed out, and repeatedly ignored. So the conclusion that the speed doesn't change is false since it is based on a false assumption.
Isaac NEWTON: Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica. 3rd Ed.Book I Section II.Translated and Annotated by Ian Bruce. Page 95SECTION II. On the finding of centripetal forces.PROPOSITION I. THEOREM I.Truly, when the body comes to B, by a single but large impulse the centripetal force acts, and brings about that the body deflects from the line Bc and goes along in the line BC
You are echoing your own errors in your own echo chamber, impervious to reason and correction.
I am merely echoing what he said.
Which part of my echoing Newton is in need of correction?
Newton did not say a collision is a centripetal force.
Newton says that's impossible.
Your insistence that movement in a straight line is the same as movement in a circle.
I would really like to see your explanation for why the x component of the blue balls velocity decreased.
Likewise I would like to see your explanation of why the conversation of energy doesn't apply to your example.
How is that not clear to you? The speed does not change when Newton says he applies an impulse perpendicular to the motion. Why should the speed change when, in my diagram, I apply an impulse perpendicular to the force?Is your argument that a perpendicular force cannot be produced, that there is no way to reproduce Newton?s experiment? Or is is just my experiment?Working from first principles Newton says that a perpendicular impulse, which incidentally he is happy to define as a centripetal force, Alters velocity by changing direction and not changing speed.I am merely echoing what he said.
I have posted that the motion along the x axis is the vector of the blue ball moving at the same speed, in a new direction.
Back to your straw man.
I can see that trying to illustrate Dark Motion with a snooker ball example has caused confusion. My apologies. Look at Newtons example instead.
Why would we look at Newtonian mechanics? You said your "dark motion" is something that Newton missed, so Newtons laws and mechanics will be of little help.
Those are the facts.
This is a discovery I made many years ago. I think you will find it a challenge to your beliefs. It is not a theory, it does not violate Newton's basic axioms too much and of course you can replicate the experiment very easily.
The action that Newton describes in his Finding of centripetal forces is not reversable. It is not symetrical.My contribution is to identify this action and give it a name.Dark Motion.
Nasty remarks like that only serve to demean he who delivers them.
He is not open to anything that challenges his great discovery, as he sees it.