The arrangement of matter in space results in two "consequent forces". They perform work without degrading energy. They are gravity, and what I call "force d", activated in molecules by their movement, with regard to other matter, when there are also coherent heat exchanges.
Force d, force due to motion.
I call force d, the force due to the angular movement with respect to other matter.
Indeed, it is effective at critical values of angular motion, specific to each molecule, provided that at the same time there are also heat exchanges, coherent with movement.
This can be understood by carrying out the observations and experiments on seeds described in itinerary 1.2, all of which have been put to good use with the sowing procedure proposed in itinerary 1.1, to increase yields.
Peculiarities of the force d.
The force d differs from gravity, as revealed by the observations and experiments proposed, in terms:
(1) the formula (to be defined);
(2) its extremely larger discontinuity;
(3) its effects are conditioned by heat exchanges, which must be contextual and coherent with the phase, either cumulative, if the motion is increasing, or dissipative, if the motion is decreasing;
(4) the function (it would act on the configurational energies of the molecules).
Fifth difference: the intensity of the magnetic field appears to modify its action. Without it, the force d might not operate. The missions to the Moon and to Mars could give us the answer.
Discrete and critical values.
I do not exclude that this criticality might depend on the allowed energy levels of the configurations, of the molecules, able to be affected.
Let me say that what has just been said would be neither strange, nor farfetched; indeed, thats the way the Nature works: exchanging packets having discrete and critical values, in a context where the law is given in probability terms.
The force d is universal.
The "force d" is considered to be a universal law, but which is applied within given constraints, as it takes place only in planets with the characteristics of the Earth.
Its diffusion in the various systems of the universe is utterly limited, due, among other things, to the fact that the intensity of force d decreases with the distance, raised to the 3rd power.
Another limit of the force d is that it is operative, only in the presence of an adequate magnetic field.
We could almost call it reserved thermodynamics, for systems similar to that of the Earth, i.e two body systems, where each body is moving relative to the other, and generates force d strong enough.
The Moon, although close, remains lifeless as it cannot use the force d, not being provided with an adequate magnetic field, which is one of the conditions.
In order the force d might have effects, it appears essential that it operates through an adequate magnetic field, as the one featured by our planet.
Indeed, this force seems to be working only when it is in an appropriate magnetic context.
Any way, it is conditioned somehow by magnetism.