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Would it not be the case that when the heavier side was at the front or back the "load" would be the same?

Only when the heavy side was moving front to back would there be a temporary lessening, but that would be countered by an increase when the heavy side was going back to front.


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Actually a rotating system with an imbalance will wobble badly. Just think about your car when you have wheel out of balance.


only if the shell was spinning would it wobble.
I'm not talking about the shell constantly spinning
it only moves when under the influence of some exterior or internal object.

it moves like pitch , roll , yaw...

it may be moving in several of the three at one time
depending on the number of objects influencing it.







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So the gyroscopic effect directly on the rocket, which is what your previous statement implied, is not a factor.


its called a control moment gyroscope.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Control_moment_gyroscope


Thanks, that was interesting.

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Schrodinger's cat .
Can we see situation in this way ?

If schrodinger's cat is alive it has energy E=h*f.
If schrodinger's cat is dead it has energy E=Mc^2
What energy can the cat have during quantum diagnosis ?
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In other words.
There are a potential and an active energy.
Question :
How can potential and active energy be connected together ?
Can “ The law of conservation and transformation
energy/mass” give answer to this question ?
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Schrödinger and his cat have a lot to answer for; or, at least, subsequent interpretations of this scenario do.

Obviously, your reasoning cannot be applied to a cat. Applying it to a quon is a very different matter. You appear to have greater facility than I in maths, so I shall leave the equations to you. I wish you luck applying maths to a particle that might be in a superposition of quantum states, without making an observation that would destroy that superposition.


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