Authors: Fu Yuhua
As No.3 of comparative physics series papers, this paper mainly discusses the comparative studies between the original law of conservation of energy and the Computer Information Library Clusters; and based on the multiform laws of conservation of energy, the concept of "law clusters of conservation of generalized energy" is presented. In which, any physical quantity can be regarded as "generalized energy", and any physical formula and equation can be transformed into law of conservation, therefore all the physical laws as well as formulas and equations can be classified as "physical law clusters of conservation of generalized energy" (sometimes it can be simplified to "law clusters of conservation of generalized energy"). While in law clusters of conservation of generalized energy, there are some source laws. According to the source law, some related laws as well as formulas and equations can be derived, for example, law of gravity and Newton's second law can be derived with law of conservation of energy; thus "law clusters of conservation of generalized energy" can be simplified to "law clusters of physical source law". As the number of source laws in the law clusters is reduced to some degree, all the laws of physics are able to be written on a T-shirt with the form of "the simplest law clusters of physical source law". In order to deal with the practical problems, "variational principle of the simplest law clusters of physical source law" can be eatablished.
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