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Gravity is energy
Quote from: Kartazion on 19/07/2021 12:24:47Gravity is energyWhat do you mean by that?
I really mean that the force of gravity is energy.
Indeed gravity is able to keep matter in the direction of its force field.
To move or maintain matter you need energy.
according to Einstein gravity is comparable to a vertical upward acceleration
Don't know what you mean by 'maintain'.
This second time vector has a connection to the time saving nature of quanta.
The second time vector is connected to the atomic and energy vibrational frequencies which are fastest in the fusion core; t2. The t2 is going in the opposite direction as t1. Gravity causes a slower reference;t1, with faster frequencies; t2.
Gravity is energy, but inverse to E for our case:E - G = 0
You might as well write:Mass - Last Tuesday = 0It makes as much sense.
If you drilled a hole through the axis of the Earth from pole to pole, and put a long thin vacuum chamber in it then dropped an object into one end of that chamber , it would fall down the hole, picking up speed.And it would be moving very fast when it reached the centre of the Earth so it would carry on going until it reached the other pole where it would stop, and then fall back down againIt would "bounce" back and to .If the density of the Earth was constant (rather than increasing as you go down). the body would exhibit simple harmonic motion.As it did so, it would exchange potential for kinetic energy.And so you could write that the gravitational potential energy - the kinetic energy =0But it's not a very interesting system (and, of course, it's impossible).I wonder if it's what the OP is on about.
You cannot reach the other pole by simply falling.
Yes you would.It's simple energy conservation.
... and then it falls back to the North Pole.http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/Mechanics/earthole.html
I had thought that the center of the earth was the point of antimatter.
... There is practically no antimatter at the centre of the Earth.
gravity is only quantified energy