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Quote from: Yahya A.Sharif on 26/01/2020 17:10:53The 80 kg mass will cause huge pain, cutting flesh, breaking joints, and above all pressing the toes extremely hard.Give us some actual evidence that this should happen instead of merely claiming that it should happen.
The 80 kg mass will cause huge pain, cutting flesh, breaking joints, and above all pressing the toes extremely hard.
So, as usual, there doesn't seem to be a problem to solve.
Ballet dancers stand on the toes, but they have reinforced shoes to support them.
Are you aware that rock climbers are able to support themselves using just their fingers?https://www.liveabout.com/six-basic-finger-grips-face-climbing-755397
Can you do that ? but every person can stand on toes.
Why I have been neglected by discovering this new phenomenon ,
Your assertion breaks the laws of physics, so it cannot be correct.
Quote from: Kryptid on 24/08/2020 01:41:04Your assertion breaks the laws of physics, so it cannot be correct.It is true and this is supported by obvious observations and a test.What I discovered is an exception for a human body mass.It doesn't "break" the laws of physics ,it is a new law of physics .
Beside my logical observations above that shows small force can lift a massive human body here is an experiment to verify this in which only 17 kg force can lift my massive body of 57 kg
but here the work exerted against gravity is the energy of a human being
In the video by raising my body I will exert work greater than 17 times distance and equal to 57 times distance even though the work appears to be only 17 times distance.
It is true
this is supported by obvious observations
An average person can lift his body of 60 kg holding a bar many times but he will barely move a rock of the same mass 60 kg.
and a test.
What I discovered is an exception for a human body mass.It doesn't "break" the laws of physics ,it is a new law of physics .
Then you are, as usual, ignoring the fact that lifting a 60 kilogram rock is equivalent to your legs lifting 120 kilograms total,
Of course it's harder to walk while carrying a 60 kilogram rock than it is to carry a 60 kilogram body
If we consider for example the force to lift a mass is usual but what actually decrease is the mass
Are you aware what a 60 kg mass is ? it is 10 kg times 6 , you can obviously hard to hold and walk with your 10 kg suitcase .
If a person lifts his body he will need small force of 15 kg
Quote from: Yahya A.Sharif on 30/08/2020 11:49:22If a person lifts his body he will need small force of 15 kg You have absolutely zero evidence for this
There is very strong evidence against it (I posted how it can be used to violate conservation of energy).