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accepted Order = Energy = Mass?
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comment Order = Energy = Mass?
>2)This physical system is unsustainable after you stop inputting the rotational impulse. The molecules will be going off on a tangent the instant the rotationally constraining field goes off. It cannot be a closed system. Gas/liquid will still rotate on its own for some time. So let's make it not a gas, but a rotating ring. It doesn't change the issue.
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comment Order = Energy = Mass?
@anna So, you are implying, that there is no fluctuation of mass... but you realize, that one can store arbitrary large amount of energy from this fashion.
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comment Order = Energy = Mass?
Yes, you are right.
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comment Order = Energy = Mass?
@Nathaniel. Yes, I'm aware of that. I'm a physicist myself, and this difference in interpretation of seemingly simple idea of information from the perspective of physicists and from the perspective of statisticians was pondering my mind for over 15 years... it's the first time I've managed to articulate this out loud :-) I personally believe, that in future there will be a "law of equivalence between information and energy" which will shed a completely new light on our perception of the universe... ;-)
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revised Order = Energy = Mass?
Changed example to avoid unnecesarry confusion with potential energy
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comment Order = Energy = Mass?
@markovchain Good example, I'll do that.
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revised Order = Energy = Mass?
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asked Order = Energy = Mass?