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Posted: Jul 25 2009, 02:42 AM
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The classical mechanic laws were written for one dimension interactions.
I found some cases where these laws should be corrected.
This means the classical mechanics laws should be reviewed for multidimensional interactions.
One of these simple visual examples is - the cylinder which takes a momentum asymmetrically (away from his center mass).
The classical physics disallow convert translation momentum to angular momentum. Because the classical physic allow to convert one type of movement to ONLY one other. But it canít be start two movements together.
However Mother Nature gives us many examples where one type of movement interacts to two types of movements together. The problem with cylinder - one of them. This is not covering by classical mechanics laws. It just substitutes solutions for any of these types of movements. We should choose this type of movements first. This is the problem of classical mechanic laws. The momentum conserve, however the generic law of momentum conservation for multidimensional movement is covering linear and angular momentums
[Moderator: Suspended 21 days for teaching incorrect physics and historically incorrect physics. Please pick up a copy of Newton's Principia Mathematica and see that physics was multi-dimensional from the beginning.]
This post has been edited by rpenner on Jul 25 2009, 07:51 AM