By Benjamin Crowell

Conservation legislation. Physics textbook. comprises bankruptcy 1 - Conservation of power, bankruptcy 2 - Simplifying the power Zoo, bankruptcy three - paintings: The move of Mechanical strength, bankruptcy four - Conservation of Momentum, bankruptcy five - Conservation of Angular Momentum, strategies to chose difficulties, and thesaurus.

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As we have already seen, this is described as doing positive work or doing negative work on the object. All the examples discussed up until now have been of motion in one dimension, but in three dimensions the force can be at any angle θ with respect to the direction of motion. k / A force can do positive, negative, or zero work, depending on its direction relative to the direction of the motion. What if the force is perpendicular to the direction of motion? We have already seen that a force perpendicular to the motion results in circular motion at constant speed.

Nevertheless, it is possible that climate variations such as ice ages are related to long-term irregularities in the sun’s light output. If the sun was to increase its light output even slightly, it could melt enough Antarctic ice to flood all the world’s coastal cities. The total sunlight that falls on Antarctica amounts to about 1 × 1016 watts. Presently, this heat input to the poles is balanced by the loss of heat via winds, ocean currents, and emission of infrared light, so that there is no net melting or freezing of ice at the poles from year to year.

An alternative interpretation of heat was suggested by the theory that matter is made of atoms. Since gases are thousands of times less dense than solids or liquids, the atoms (or clusters of atoms called molecules) in a gas must be far apart. In that case, what is keeping all the air molecules from settling into a thin film on the floor of the room in which you are reading this book? The simplest explanation is that they are moving very rapidly, continually ricocheting off of 36 Chapter 2 Simplifying the Energy Zoo the floor, walls, and ceiling.