3.b) Types of energy

The classical idea that energy neither can appear nor disappear, only transformed, is more an epistemological principle than a physical one. In fact, this characteristic of types of energy can apply to all physical reality, unless we accept matter can transform into nothing and vice versa.

For example, Principle of Energy Conservation is consistent with our knowledge regarding equation of equivalence between mass and energy; that electromagnetic waves are a violation of the law of conservation of mass, although, we need conceptual corrections about the meaning of equivalence, mass, and energy, and that the equation is originally from Olinto de Pretto.

We can redirect principles of conservation of energy, matter, and mass to a single and more general principle, the Principle of Global Conservation.

Energy concept within Global Physics new perspective imply types of energy according to their supporting medium –global ether and luminiferous ether– and the types of movements described in the book Physics and Global Dynamics in its corresponding section.

Types of energy
Types of movement
Motion of global aether
Types of energy
Global Physics
Types of energy
Modern Physics
  • Reticular expansion and contraction
    • Little Bang.
    • Separation and approach of stars
    • Creation and dissolution of electrons
    • Creation of mass (compaction)
    • Creation of mass (confinement)
  • Elastic energy
    (Black and white interactions)
  • Unknown
    • Big Bang explosion
      (Theory of Inflation of the universe)
    • Dark energy
      (Universe expansion and contraction)
    • Electromagnetic energy
      (Unexplained tunnel effect)
    • Energy emergentism
    • Strong color force
  • Longitudinal vibration of global aether
    (Cause of the internal resonance of particles with mass)
  • Longitudinal elastic energy
  • Gravitational potential energy
    (Field of fictitious forces)
  • Movement of the gravito-magnetic field
    (Cause of electron's orbits)
  • Electromagnetic field relaxation
  • Uncertainty principle
  • Variation in the tension of the longitudinal curvature of global aether.
  • Gravitational energy
  • Space-time effect


Types of movement
Propagation of light
Types of energy
Global Physics
Types of energy
Modern Physics
  • Total drag of light
  • Luminiferous aether
  • Time effect
  • Movement of mechanical wave
  • Transverse elastic energy
  • Electromagnetic energy
    (Non-mass through nothing)
  • Light curve
  • Global gravitational force
    (Newton+ Merlin effect)
  • Geometric effect


Types of movement
The motion of mass
Types of energy
Global Physics
Types of energy
Modern Physics
  • The dance of the wavons
    Vibration of atomic nucleus
  • Electromagnetic field relaxation
  • Uncertainty principle
    (Heat energy)
  • Greek movement or normal motion
  • Kinetic energy
  • Kinetic energy
  • Anomalous precession of the orbits of the planets
  • Additional gravitational force
    (Merlin effect)
  • Space dilatation-contraction
  • Partial drag of mass
  • Kinetic or global aether
    (Inverse movement)
  • Dark energy

We have tried to present the most elementary types of energy. In fact, some types of energy repeat many times because we have kept the classification of types of motion in order to show the whole model.

As can be seen above, four different types of reticular energy exist so far:

  • Longitudinal elastic tension energy.
  • Longitudinal curvature elastic energy
  • Transverse elastic tension energy
  • Reversible deformation elastic energy by loops and the compression of global aether.

Global Mechanics explains how transverse energy transforms into tension of the longitudinal curvature and reversible deformation energy by compaction and compression of global or gravitational ether, when transforming from electromagnetic energy to mass, and vice versa. Elastic energy of global ether would be the primary or essential energy from which the rest could derive. 



The phase of global ether in which kinetic energy exists is mass, not only increasing it but also changing its spatial configuration. We could say that provides a spheroid shape causing mass motion through its interaction with global or kinetic ether, as explained in the book Physics and Global Dynamics.

In any case, there are small details of this model, which we can renormalized; that is, they can be changed without affecting the performance of the model.

Weak and strong nuclear interactions are not in the table, since we consider them similar to the gravito-magnetic energy of the atom. Likewise, chemical energy would be similar to said gravito-magnetic energy of the atom, but at a molecular level.

Orion Nebula, Messier 42(NASA-Hubble-Spitzer)
(Public domain image)
Orion Nebula, Messier 42, M42, or NGC 1976 - NASA-Hubble-Spitzer

Another interesting and somewhat risky aspect is configuration of heat energy as electromagnetic energy –transversal energy– that does not relax with the appearance and disappearance of electrons, and causes movement of electrons along their orbits and swinging movement of the nucleus of the atom and molecules.

In general, when heat energy rises, the dance of wavons also increases, as well as, in some cases, the emitted electromagnetic energy, just as in storms. In other cases, the rise of kinetic energy or speed of the molecules of gases occurs, depending on the ease of conversion from one type of energy to another.

Once the model is complete, covering from the reticular structure of matter and the elementary particles to stars and black holes, we can observe its dynamic balance. Its parts come from transformations of one type of energy into another or, in other words, variations of elastic or energy properties of the global ether, also called kinetic or gravitational ether.

Let us remind that luminiferous ether –gravity field– is a dynamic property of the global ether.