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    An object with five times as much momentum has twenty five times as much energy.

    A one kilogram mass that is dropped one meter in free fall has 4.429 units of linear Newtonian momentum.

    A one kilogram mass dropped one meter on a string draped over a 24 kilogram flywheel has five times that much momentum; at: square root of (1 m * 2 * 9.81/25) = v: .88588 m/sec * 25 kilograms = momentum; 22.147 units. If a one kilogram mass has this much momentum it will rise 25 meters; and it was only dropped one meter. This is a 25 times the original energy. 2500%

    The flywheel can give all of its momentum to the one kilogram mass by use of the cylinder and spheres device (or the Dawn Mission de-spin event). The larger the flywheel the greater the energy produced: and a chain drive Atwood’s would multiply the affect.

    Proof: Energy conservation could not maintain this restoration of motion because energy is not conserved in small mass to large mass transfers; This has to be linear Newtonian momentum.