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Old 06-20-2018, 05:49 PM   #61
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ΔE/Δt = ΔP, P is power

Δs/Δt = Δv, v is velocity

ΔE/Δs = ∇E

ΔE/Δt = ΔE/Δt (Δs/Δs)

ΔP = ΔE/Δs Δv

dP = ∇E dv

∫dP = ∫∇E dv

P = ∫∇E dv


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Old 06-20-2018, 06:26 PM   #62
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I'm so looking forward to the plain English explanation as to how a few of the many Laws of Physics = Ganesh-did-it.
it would be Brahman-did-it
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Old 06-20-2018, 07:04 PM   #63
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I reckon Mbumbo is just as excited to hear how your Plain English or Convoluted Horseshit plays out ..., we're all waiting, but the excitement is rather lacking ....

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Old 06-20-2018, 07:11 PM   #64
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ΔE/Δt = ΔP, P is power

Δs/Δt = Δv, v is velocity

ΔE/Δs = ∇E

ΔE/Δt = ΔE/Δt (Δs/Δs)

ΔP = ΔE/Δs Δv

dP = ∇E dv

∫dP = ∫∇E dv

P = ∫∇E dv


invented by Yahowaho

Yahowaho = { }


Newton had cleaner notation, and existed.
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Old 06-20-2018, 08:08 PM   #65
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Newton had cleaner notation, and existed.
did Newton deduce this power equation?
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Old 06-21-2018, 07:43 AM   #66
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ΔE/Δt = ΔP, P is power
The change in energy divided by the change in time, equals the change in power. This doesn't make sense.


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Δs/Δt = Δv, v is velocity
The change in speed divided by the change in time equals the change in velocity. This is not right, it should just equal velocity not the delta of velocity.


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ΔE/Δs = ∇E
The change in energy divided by the change in speed equals the derivative of energy. Why is energy being divided by speed and how does that make the derivative of energy? This doesn't make sense.


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ΔE/Δt = ΔE/Δt (Δs/Δs)
The change in energy divided by the change in time equals the change in energy divided by the change in time. Do you realize that you put the same thing on both sides of the equation? x = x, well of course it does, but what's your point?


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ΔP = ΔE/Δs Δv
The change in power equals the change in energy divided by the change in speed. The change in velocity just sitting out there doesn't make any sense.


Now ΔP = ΔE/Δs so with what you've presented before saying that ΔP = ΔE/Δt, that would mean that Δt = Δs, which would for maths purposes mean that the change in time and the change in speed are the same. If time and speed are the same, then Δs/Δt = Δv doesn't make sense. And if s and t are not the same, then this one doesn't make sense. Are these things supposed to work together or are they all desperate things pulled at random?


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dP = ∇E dv
The differential in power equals the derivative of energy and then just putting out the differential of velocity for no reason. So now the change in power is the same as the change in energy, so first one doesn't make sense.


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∫dP = ∫∇E dv
The integral of the differential of power equals the integral of the derivative of energy and then the differentials of velocity just sitting out there like some kind of idiot. Oh fuck it, you don't know what the fuck you're doing.


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P = ∫∇E dv
Power equals the integral of the derivative of energy and again the differentials of velocity just sitting out there for no reason. This is stupid.

Doesn't make any sense, this is all stupid and crazy.

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Old 06-21-2018, 08:28 AM   #67
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You mean it's all just gibberish? I'm shocked!
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Old 06-21-2018, 08:29 AM   #68
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Doesn't make any sense, this is all stupid and crazy.
He/she might be trying to prove that some magically derived power produces energy, without asking where the energy comes from to fuel the power.


Same old kicking the can down the road.


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Old 06-21-2018, 12:37 PM   #69
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I made a mistake, s = distance not speed. Doesn't make it make any sense though.


I blame my irrational naming conventions when programming physics in video games for my error.

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You're a video game programmer? Neat. Might we know any of the games you've done work for?
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Old 06-21-2018, 03:45 PM   #71
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did Newton deduce this power equation?

The definition of power existed before Newton was born. BTW, Power is work per unit time, not energy per unit time. Newton only invented calculus to make his work in physics more manageable. Go study a real physics text. You have no clue how this stuff fits together, as is readily apparent.
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Cherry picking is a favourite past time of the god-squad.
He'll probably use Bernoulli's Theorem next to 'prove' Jebus walked on water!

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Old 06-21-2018, 05:13 PM   #73
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denying these three axioms

ΔE/Δt = ΔP
Δs/Δt = Δv
ΔE/Δs = ∇E

we would be left with

ΔE/Δt = ΔE/Δs (Δs/Δt)

dE/Δt = ΔE/Δs (ds/Δt)

∫dE/Δt = ∫ΔE/Δs (ds/Δt)

E/Δt = ΔE/Δs (s/Δt)

E = ΔE/Δs (s)

E = ΔE (s/Δs)

E/ΔE = s/Δs

E/s = ΔE/Δs

E ds = s dE

∫E ds = ∫s dE


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The change in energy divided by the change in time, equals the change in power. This doesn't make sense.
E/t = P

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The change in speed divided by the change in time equals the change in velocity. This is not right, it should just equal velocity not the delta of velocity.
s stands for space x

Δx/Δt = Δv

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The change in energy divided by the change in speed equals the derivative of energy. Why is energy being divided by speed and how does that make the derivative of energy? This doesn't make sense.
ΔE/Δx = ∇E, nabla is the gradient

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The change in energy divided by the change in time equals the change in energy divided by the change in time. Do you realize that you put the same thing on both sides of the equation? x = x, well of course it does, but what's your point?
just showing my work

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The change in velocity just sitting out there doesn't make any sense.
I mean times * like E = m c^2

everyone knows you multiply
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Old 06-21-2018, 05:39 PM   #74
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The definition of power existed before Newton was born. BTW, Power is work per unit time, not energy per unit time. Newton only invented calculus to make his work in physics more manageable. Go study a real physics text. You have no clue how this stuff fits together, as is readily apparent.
What is the unit for work? a joule

What is the unit for energy? a joule
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Old 06-21-2018, 11:42 PM   #75
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When everything is well thought out, What does everyone want, hope, and dream for?; i believe it is well being for all, continued personal development for everyone and everything. Since everyone would have this desire it must be the most powerful force in existence!
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