# Perpetual Motion Comprising a History of the Efforts to Attain Self Motive Mech

Perpetual Motion Comprising a History of the Efforts to Attain Self Motive Mech
Percy Verance
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The sum of the first four terms, i. E. , 5 + 15 + 25 + 35 = 80, sixteen times the first term, and so on.
It will thus be seen that Momentum and Energy are entirely different, although co-re- lated; that momentum relates to velocity, which includes the element of time, whereas energy re- PERPETUAL MOTION 211 lates to the amount of work done, and may be represented by a force operating against a cer- tain resistance, through a certain distance, en- tirely irrespective of time. The energy is the s
...ame with the same force operating against the same resistance, through the same distance whether the time consumed be great or small. It takes as much energy in the aggregate to wind up a bucket from the bottom of the well if done slowly as if done quickly.
It would seem hardly necessary to do so, and yet it is worth while remarking that the amount of energy necessary to impart a given motion is exactly the amount of Energy that will be re- quired to arrest that motion, and represents the amount of Energy possessed by the moving body by virtue of its motion.

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