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The top of a pendulum doesn't have to move distance in the same time frame as the bottom of the pendulum?
This is a fairly short 5-minute video in which I present "the lever argument" to show that the kinetic Energy Theory creates a free energy paradox. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPx2Srrqsg4
Momentum is mass times velocity.
I can't possibly understand the word game you are playing here.
Why don't you just prohibit thought experiments as an argument tool... Clearly the thought experiment isn't about broken leavers.
You should give out awards for the greatest evasion of a point made.
I wasn't using conservation of momentum as a proof of what happens.
The fact that a 10-ton train dropped on one side of a lever can produce a 5-ton train going 2x as fast on the other side should not be a possible dispute as the momentum is conserved.
I'm arguing that it is the factual consequence of the experiment accepting your theory of kinetic energy
Why would it be helpful to muddle up units like that?
You seem not to understand that the pendulum bends.
Five minutes of stating that "science is wrong" without any evidence that science is wrong, or evidence that you are right.
You just don't understand that momentum and energy are different things.
Until you learn that you are jut babbling.
I think "momentum's" should be understood as a quantity of energy