What Is The Nature Of Energy? Watch
- 28-02-2012 00:16
(Original post by viriol)
- 28-02-2012 10:17
As I said, I'm not too concerned about the way the world is ruled. Don't take me wrong, it's interesting, but it is useless to discuss something that cannot be tested for nothing will ever come from it.
(Original post by wizzar)
- 28-02-2012 13:23
Energy comes in different forms, i.e kinetic, light etc but essentially all energy is energy, reading up on my biology I've found that in essence all forms of energy detected by the body are converted by various sensory receptors (acting as energy transducers) into electrical energy in the form of action potential . Now all action potentials are of the same magnitude +40 mv, so weather you see a bright light/ hear a loud noise, the action potential is the same, the only thing that makes light and sound seem different to us is the difference in the various pathways created by synapses in the nervous system, apart from that they are the same. So in conclusion, does this mean that essentially all energy forms are the same? I.e the only thing that makes 'sound' different from 'light' is a mere neurological pathway?