## Friday, August 21, 2009

### E equals m c squared minus (Fg) Fisscle state times gravity)

This does seem to fly in the face of Newton's law of conservation of energy that says no new energy is ever created. In arguing that, I say that new energy is created in the form of gravitation, based on whether a thing exists or not. To exist something expends energy we could say, and therefore, by that, it creates that energy it needs for that act. This would be the only energy then that is ever created, and it comes in the form of gravity, and rather than a Big Bang to create it, it actively is always ready to create itself.

I think to quantify this, great use of pun by the way, you would end up with a simple formula E=mc2minus(Fg) where g is "novel energy created" in the form of gravity and F is the ratio of masses that share that gravity, trailing out to infinity of course.This simpl subtraction to the E=mc2 gives a new respect to the environment that we find E within.
It also 1) describes how "novel energy", that is energy that rises up from shared resources, acts toward other mass, and 2) creates a new universal constant F, a wholistic measuring of all physical characteristics of masses, divided by proximity, to other masses on same scale, which says we understand that mass spends energy to create gravity, by it's existence and proximity. Therefore my theory of New Energy is that energy is spent by mass in some way, and that way is mathematically written as a ratio that exists between two or more masses, with regard to proximity, whereby new levels of gravity are created, placing an energy demand on the masses in some way, and by sharing energy they reach a higher energy state.