Do you even know the physical relationship established in physics between "force" and "energy"? If you do, then please please USE IT explain why you think they are the same. If you don't, then aren't you arguing something out of ignorance?MooMansun said:Doc Al, I feel that it is a legitimate problem. I feel that it does not recognise force as a manifestion of energy, nor as such that it should be conserved.
I suppose I am saying that the notion that a force does not conserve energy, really flies in the face of the laws of physics. As such, I feel that it is a fundemental error in modern physics and thus calculations of force, in any system, would be in error.
This only stands to reason.
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