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Why the potential energy is unlimited?

Mechanical energy is just produced by the movement of objects according to the definition of it. 
Force is the cause to change the movement of the objects by the first law of Newton. Therefore force is the real source of mechanical energy.
The force (outside force) is limited. However, gravity is a special force which is unlimited. 

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  • 001zyl Nov 09, 2008

    At present, the potential energy is generally
    agreed that it comes from the movement of objects being taken from low to high.



    But people have ignored that the kinetic
    energy has already been consumed during the period of movement.



    The movement of objects takes place depending
    on the force acted on. Without force acting on the objects maintain static.
    Even with equal forces from opposite directions act on each other, they can't
    move as well. Gravity is just in this condition.




  • 001zyl Nov 10, 2008

    In a word, force is energy itself or a form of
    expression of energy just like the electric energy, the heat energy and so on.




  • 001zyl Nov 10, 2008

    Referring to the Torricelli experiment, We put a
    cylinder with water into a water basin ( set a splints in the upper part
    of the cylinder, switched by lines), get a inflated balloon with a hollow
    tail from the bottom of the cylinder, when the balloon floated up to top,
    release the air by pulling the switch wire of the splints, then pulling the
    deflated balloon out.  In
    the course of the experiment, W1=G(water)h, W2=G(air)h,
    W3=G(water)h=P(atmospheric pressure)V . We will get W1 from W2, and W3 from the
    atmospheric pressure  will
    compensate for W1. 



     



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Potential energy is unlimited simply because it's not used yet.
Once you start using it, it eventually ends.

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Its all about what"creates" the force and not the force itself.Force is a by product of an earlier process.Gravity is a good thing but its only free one way takes energy to get back up the hill.Very bazaar topic to post on fixya not sure what sort of answer your after but it was good to consider something outside left field.Good luck with your search for a global solution.

Posted on Nov 08, 2008

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    tony yeatman Nov 09, 2008

    **** vote? what sort of imbecile are you?Just a wally that likes to spout scientific dribble and has no concept of reality.You can use your gravity and ars fuc yourself

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    tony yeatman Nov 10, 2008

    Wow your a genius but inappropriate doesnt seem to be a word even you understand,comment 2 was inappropriate so now i deserve that vote.Is force naturaly occuring No it isnt,therefore another action/process comes into play.Gravity is only there due to planet rotation but how do you as smart as you are,harness it.Some thing makes force wether its asyou say electric,heat etc so that means another process comes first as i believe i said in the first comment i posted.Force is a by product of an earlier process and the ability to harness and use that force effectively is the key.In your own words force is an expression!What people ignore?The stupid ones?You will not find the key to perpetual motion either but you sound like a first year science grad with dreams and hopes outside the box so keep studying and dreaming and you may one day contribute your own theories and ideas.

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