I don't know about water sucking energy from longitudinal waves, I'm taking a break, I need to make some $$, sometime I'll get back to it, the math is very simple, I mean I haven't used tensors in any of this, I just use algebra and differentiation for every proof, maybe I need to make some new notation or something. it's too much of a coincidence that I can get the same results when I equate linear with circular motion, I mean when something rotates it gains mass because it gains energy so it gains gravitational potential or I should say everything around it gains mass btw where is sebosfato?

there's one **important rule** in the universe and that is the action-reaction principle or conservation of momentum! too big of a framework needed to justify longitudinal action-reaction!