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    George
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    Energy

    Post  George on Fri 26 Jan 2018, 22:57

    In the open circle at Woodford Spiritualist Church this evening, there was a newcomer to whom the others were asked to give a message. As I closed my eyes, I had a vision of a huge waterfall. I associated it at once with energy. “Water falling from a great height has a lot of kinetic energy when it reaches the bottom,” I say to the new person.


    Some people saw the colour red; I did not. To them, red signifies energy; to me, however, it is associated with strong emotions. I would not have got energy if I had seen red; my guides had to give me something else that I could associate with energy instead.


    “Water falling from a great height has a lot of kinetic energy when it reaches the bottom.”


    For I love to flaunt my excellent knowledge of science. After all, I did Physics for my A levels in 1986–87 and got a grade A in it.



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    Re: Energy

    Post  Sophie on Fri 26 Jan 2018, 23:23

    The SI unit of energy is the joule (J).
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    Re: Energy

    Post  George on Fri 26 Jan 2018, 23:45

    And the SI unit of power is the watt (W). 1 W = 1 J s−1. In a non-physics sense of either word, however, I can say that the energy in tonight’s circle was very powerful. John Jenkins is a good circle leader.



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