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<h2>The difference of consecutive x^n is always an odd number</h2>
<p id="cyan">Published on: 21 Jun 2019</p>
<p id="cyan">Published on: 21 Jun 2019 &#183; Tags: <a
href="../tags/mathematics.html">mathematics</a></p>
<p>Few weeks ago I discovered that the difference of two consecutive
squares is always an odd number and it is in <a
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<h2>Why does the copper pipe slows the falling magnet and not accelerate
it?</h2>
<p id="cyan">Published on: 26 Jun 2019 &#183; Tags: <a
href="../tags/physics.html">physics</a></p>
<p>If you haven't already watched <a
href="https://www.invidio.us/watch?v=NqdOyxJZj0U">"World's First
Electric Generator - Veritasium"</a>, you should watch it. When we let a
magnet fall through a copper pipe, it is slowed down by the induced
electric current which creates a magnetic field that resists the
movement of the magnet.</p>
<p>The magnet's magnetic field can induce current in the pipe in two
directions, one is that which will accelerate it and the other which
will slow it down. According to <a
href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lenz%27s_law">Lenz's Law</a>,
<em>the direction of the current induced in a conductor by a changing
magnetic field is such that the magnetic field created by the induced
current opposes the initial changing magnetic field.</em></p>
<h3>Why is the converse false?</h3>
<p><b>Assumption</b>: <em><a
href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conservation_of_energy">Law of
Conservation of energy</a></em> is true</p>
<p>Let's say that the induced current is in the direction that will
accelerate the falling magnet. That breaks the Law of Conservation of
energy! We just made a free energy generator that makes energy out of
nowhere.</p>
<h4>How?</h4>
<p>Rotate the pipe and make it horizontal and now remove the earth from
below, or just ignore the earth's gravity. Take the magnet and push it
inside the copper pipe and it shall go on forever. When we push the
magnet we are changing the number of field lines that pass through it
which induces current in the pipe and now according to our assumption
in previous paragraph that the induced current will accelerate the
magnet, the magnet should never stop and should go on forever but we
only put a finite amount of energy in the system and it should stop
after a while if the Law of Conservation of energy is true.</p>
<h4>There is nothing to stop it and so it won't stop, how does this
break the Law of Conservation of energy?</h4>
<p>Yes it should not stop if there is nothing to stop it but it should
not accelerate either. In this case it's getting accelerated, where is
that extra energy coming from?</p>
<p>This proves why the copper pipe slows the falling magnet and not
accelerate it. Lenz's Law hold true in every case, the conducting metal
will want the number of magnetic field lines that pass through it to not
change and remain the same.</p>
<h3>An Interesting Application: Electric brakes</h3>
<p>We can attach metal drums to car wheels and cover it around with
powerful electromagnets and when we turn on the electromagnet and it
will stop the car. The number of field lines that pass through the metal
drum will change because it's rotating and they don't want that change
but the electromagnet is fixed so it will have to stop itself.</p>
<p id="cyan">Published on: 26 Jun 2019 &#183; Tags: <a
href="../tags/physics.html">physics</a></p>
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