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Originally Posted By: ABV
I added an experiment2 into my site.
http://knol.google.com/k/alex-belov/the-wheels/1xmqm1l0s4ys/18#The_Experiment_2
The result shows something. What is something? It's a big question smile


The effect observed in experiment one has nearly disappeared! Where did it go? Sure, the one with rotation goes a shorter distance than the non-rotating one, but much less shorter than before!

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Hello ABV

I think I've found a simpler experiment which should show part of what you're claiming without any rotation.



Both "halves" receive the same force, just as in your wheels experiment.

In the 2nd state, the left-hand cart has stored energy in the spring, but the right-hand cart doesn't.

Do they have the same speed???

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