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#23 - Wrong: we can create energy 6 hours ago on Where is your phisics now? 0
#22 - Water and ice are the same thing. An amount of h2o with enough… 6 hours ago on Where is your phisics now? 0
#18 - I'm trying to clear the misconception that converting mass to …  [+] (4 new replies) 6 hours ago on Where is your phisics now? 0
User avatar #20 - bertyhell (6 hours ago) [-]
wrong: We cannot create energy without using energy

correct: We cannot create energy without using energy and without using mass
#23 - ryderjbudde (6 hours ago) [-]
Wrong: we can create energy
User avatar #19 - bertyhell (6 hours ago) [-]
yes it is. It's like saying water is the same thing as ice. You can convert one into the other, but they are not the same thing.
#22 - ryderjbudde (6 hours ago) [-]
Water and ice are the same thing. An amount of h2o with enough thermal energy to defy cohesive attraction between molecules without them being completely separated is fluid water, and an amount without the needed energy to be fluid is ice. Its just a difference in energy, but it's the same substance.

But regardless, this is a poor analogy. The conversion of mass to energy is simply the process of transfiguring matter into more or less energetic states to extract or add the currency required to hold said states. Energy is the difference between states. Be the states kinetic, thermal, chemical, nuclear, quantum, or else, it is only energy that separates them. States exist in a fractal nature, with increasing complexity, existing within and upon each other, and so there is not limit to how matter can be altered, but there is a limit to how much energy that can be taken from it. Any energy you take from matter will change the matter, and was thusly contained within all along; it was the essence that made the matter how it was before it was altered.
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#15 - Nope. The energy already exists sub-atomically. When two nucle…  [+] (7 new replies) 7 hours ago on Where is your phisics now? 0
User avatar #17 - bertyhell (6 hours ago) [-]
yes, i'm aware of that.
I'm simply stating that you can generate energy without using energy from somewhere else, by converting it from mass.
I know this isn't magic. I feel like we're having a discussion about something we're agreeing upon :S.
#18 - ryderjbudde (6 hours ago) [-]
I'm trying to clear the misconception that converting mass to energy is not creating energy and so your original comment is wrong.
User avatar #20 - bertyhell (6 hours ago) [-]
wrong: We cannot create energy without using energy

correct: We cannot create energy without using energy and without using mass
#23 - ryderjbudde (6 hours ago) [-]
Wrong: we can create energy
User avatar #19 - bertyhell (6 hours ago) [-]
yes it is. It's like saying water is the same thing as ice. You can convert one into the other, but they are not the same thing.
#22 - ryderjbudde (6 hours ago) [-]
Water and ice are the same thing. An amount of h2o with enough thermal energy to defy cohesive attraction between molecules without them being completely separated is fluid water, and an amount without the needed energy to be fluid is ice. Its just a difference in energy, but it's the same substance.

But regardless, this is a poor analogy. The conversion of mass to energy is simply the process of transfiguring matter into more or less energetic states to extract or add the currency required to hold said states. Energy is the difference between states. Be the states kinetic, thermal, chemical, nuclear, quantum, or else, it is only energy that separates them. States exist in a fractal nature, with increasing complexity, existing within and upon each other, and so there is not limit to how matter can be altered, but there is a limit to how much energy that can be taken from it. Any energy you take from matter will change the matter, and was thusly contained within all along; it was the essence that made the matter how it was before it was altered.
#16 - mrsodasexy (6 hours ago) [-]
thank you for explaining that so I didn't have to.
here have this as a token of my appreciation because its how I feel right now.
#12 - Emitting energy from nuclear reactions? Take a physics class d…  [+] (9 new replies) 7 hours ago on Where is your phisics now? 0
#13 - bertyhell (7 hours ago) [-]
the fusion reaction creates energy by fusing 2 hydrogen atoms into once helium atom. The discrepancy in mass is converted into pure energy.
So you CAN create energy.
The sun doesn't defy physics, but what the gentleman above me (xtwinblade) said was wrong
#15 - ryderjbudde (7 hours ago) [-]
Nope. The energy already exists sub-atomically. When two nucleons of a certain mass fuse to form an element that has a mass lower than the sum of the said nucleons, energy is emitted, but there is a physical process that occurs that accounts for the release of this energy. There is a field of science dedicated to explaining this process, you may have heard of it, it's called nuclear physics. It's not magic. This process is even further described in quantum physics. Nucleons are quantum systems, and in a way have energy levels like electrons do. When there is a change in a nuclear state, like in a chemical state, energy is released or absorbed. In neither occasion is it destroyed or created, however.

You do realize that energy and mass are kind of interchangeable right? Energy has mass, you know. Mass has energy. E=MC^2, bud. You're not walking on untrodden ground here.
User avatar #17 - bertyhell (6 hours ago) [-]
yes, i'm aware of that.
I'm simply stating that you can generate energy without using energy from somewhere else, by converting it from mass.
I know this isn't magic. I feel like we're having a discussion about something we're agreeing upon :S.
#18 - ryderjbudde (6 hours ago) [-]
I'm trying to clear the misconception that converting mass to energy is not creating energy and so your original comment is wrong.
User avatar #20 - bertyhell (6 hours ago) [-]
wrong: We cannot create energy without using energy

correct: We cannot create energy without using energy and without using mass
#23 - ryderjbudde (6 hours ago) [-]
Wrong: we can create energy
User avatar #19 - bertyhell (6 hours ago) [-]
yes it is. It's like saying water is the same thing as ice. You can convert one into the other, but they are not the same thing.
#22 - ryderjbudde (6 hours ago) [-]
Water and ice are the same thing. An amount of h2o with enough thermal energy to defy cohesive attraction between molecules without them being completely separated is fluid water, and an amount without the needed energy to be fluid is ice. Its just a difference in energy, but it's the same substance.

But regardless, this is a poor analogy. The conversion of mass to energy is simply the process of transfiguring matter into more or less energetic states to extract or add the currency required to hold said states. Energy is the difference between states. Be the states kinetic, thermal, chemical, nuclear, quantum, or else, it is only energy that separates them. States exist in a fractal nature, with increasing complexity, existing within and upon each other, and so there is not limit to how matter can be altered, but there is a limit to how much energy that can be taken from it. Any energy you take from matter will change the matter, and was thusly contained within all along; it was the essence that made the matter how it was before it was altered.
#16 - mrsodasexy (6 hours ago) [-]
thank you for explaining that so I didn't have to.
here have this as a token of my appreciation because its how I feel right now.
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