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Re: Summarry of the momentum wars and idea.

KellySt@aol.com writes:
 > > If a static structure had to dissipate energy continuously to
 > > remain standing, where would such energy come from?  Why doesn't
 > > your house fall down?  Where are the batteries?
 > The energy is coming from the gravitational attraction of the earth.  It is
 > disapated as heat in the structure of the house.  In a structure under heavy
 > loads (too heavy) you can feel the heat in the structure.

Really?  So when does the earth run out of gravity?

I think you've spent too much time in the Cartoon Physics section
of Acme Physics Warehouse.

Tell me about one of these structures that I can go visit, put my
hand on, and feel the heat.