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  1. #1 Newtons laws of motion are not valid 
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    I have devised new theories on subject “MOTION” and “HEAT” which will prove revolutionary .I strongly trust that, my theories will outdate the existing theories on this subject that is Newton’s laws of Motion. I have also found a solution to” why ratio of work/heat is always constant, even though, work is not converted in to heat and vice versa”. The concepts like inertia, resistance, reaction, will become outdated and useless, once my theory is accepted. Yet the whole subject will become more explicit, more perfect in all respects. Many unresolved problems like role of area and time, in the transfer of motion will be explicitly clear. Further, phenomena of planetary and stars motion, how gravity acts, could also explained. I have also described the subject “Heat” which will prove revolutionary and outdate the existing theory. This theory explains the subject from different view point. There is far more possibility of finding solution on energy crises with the help of this theory. I have devised new theories on subject “MOTION” and “HEAT” which will prove revolutionary .I strongly trust that, my theories will outdate the existing theories on this subject that is Newton’s laws of Motion. I have also found a solution to” why ratio of work/heat is always constant, even though, work is not converted in to heat and vice versa”. The concepts like inertia, resistance, reaction, will become outdated and useless, once my theory is accepted. Yet the whole subject will become more explicit, more perfect in all respects. Many unresolved problems like role of area and time, in the transfer of motion will be explicitly clear. Further, phenomena of planetary and stars motion, how gravity acts, could also explained. I have also described the subject “Heat” which will prove revolutionary and outdate the existing theory. This theory explains the subject from different view point. There is far more possibility of finding solution on energy crises with the help of this theory.


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    Newtons laws of motion are not valid
    Really? They seem to work pretty well. Where is your evidence for this statement?

    I have devised new theories
    You and hundreds of others. Where is the empirical data confirming the quantitative predictions of your theory?

    The concepts like inertia, resistance, reaction, will become outdated and useless, once my theory is accepted.
    Until that point, we can continue to assume that it will be harder to move an elephant than a mouse. Also, if your theory eliminates reaction, it will make walking tricky.

    Further, phenomena of planetary and stars motion, how gravity acts, could also explained.
    We already have a very good theory regarding these things. If you are planning to prove General Relativity is wrong you will need some pretty extraordinary evidence. Do you have that?

    I have devised new theories
    Yes, you already said that.


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    I have devised new theories on subject “MOTION” and “HEAT” which will prove revolutionary.
    I just offered you some advice in your Introduction post. I do so again here. It is best to let others decide whether or not your ideas are revolutionary. Experience has shown that those claiming to have revolutionary ideas are usually deluded. It is better if you do not turn people against your idea in the very first sentence.

    Also, it is almost certain that you do not have a theory. A theory is as good as it gets in science. A theory is an amalgam of well substantiated observations, clearly constructed hypotheses, typically expressed, at least in part, mathematically, and a sound theoretical footing, all validated by a multiplicity of approaches. What you have is a speculation. Perhaps in time it can grow to become a theory, but calling it such at this stage is presumptuous and counter productive.

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    I strongly trust that, my theories will outdate the existing theories on this subject that is Newton’s laws of Motion.
    You seem unaware that as far as motion is concerned Newton's Laws have been outdated for over a century. Overthrowing Netwon will not gain you any serious attention.

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    I have also found a solution to” why ratio of work/heat is always constant, even though, work is not converted in to heat and vice versa”. The concepts like inertia, resistance, reaction, will become outdated and useless, once my theory is accepted. Yet the whole subject will become more explicit, more perfect in all respects. Many unresolved problems like role of area and time, in the transfer of motion will be explicitly clear. Further, phenomena of planetary and stars motion, how gravity acts, could also explained.
    Which problems in these topic areas do you think are unaddressed by current theory?
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    I have devised new theories on subject “MOTION” and “HEAT” which will prove revolutionary
    You should have listened to John Galt.
    My immediate first impression upon reading a statement like this : delusions of grandeur.
    The rest of the post is just a wall of words, devoid of any meaning or physical content. No one just comes out of the woodwork and overthrows 400 years of established physics. If you really believe you are about to do that, then you need to find a good psychologist. Fast.

    But regardless - why don't you show us some of the maths of your "revolutionary" theories
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    dattatrey, something I think you don't understand about existing scientific theories, is that a new theory has to broadly agree with them, but refine them, make them more accurate, provide better predictions, but the old theory still holds true to some degree. Newton's Laws of Motion are a case in point, relativity has refined them for large scales, but on a day to day basis, they are still perfectly workable. You can't come up with a new theory for motion and say that F=ma is no longer true, because it is true, within certain limits.

    So you might have a different mathematical model, and if you do, we need to see the maths, we need more than prose.
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    Why is it that all these men of unparalleled genius are completely incapable of even basic grammar skills?
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    Newton's laws have been verifed by years of experiments and testing. How can you say they are not valid without any evidence supporting your claims?
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