"Use of the term "impossible" and perpetual motion"

27/07/2013 - 13:01 von AGUIRRE | Report spam
""Epistemic impossibility" describes things which absolutely cannot occur within our current formulation of the physical laws. This interpretation of the word "impossible" is what is intended in discussions of the impossibility
of perpetual motion in a closed system.[13]

The conservation laws are particularly robust from a mathematical
of perpetual motion in a closed system.[13]

The conservation laws are particularly robust from a mathematical
of perpetual motion in a closed system.[13]

The conservation laws are particularly robust from a mathematical
perspective. Noether's theorem, which was proven mathematically in 1915, states that any conservation law can be derived from a corresponding continuous symmetry of the action of a physical system.[14] For example, if the true laws of physics remain invariant over time then the conservation of energy follows. On the other hand, if the conservation laws are invalid, then the foundations of physics would need to change."

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#1 Izur Kockenhan
27/07/2013 - 13:24 | Warnen spam
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Perpetual motion is impossible!-

Every child knows that!

Izür Köckenhan

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