Energy is motion. You can't read the energy of the particle you are riding on because there is no motion relative to where you are standing. You try to deduce it from your particle's apparent relation to other particles. But the distance and speed of the other particles is something calculated from assumptions.
The only thing that seems to work is that when you change the pressure or force on a facet of an object, you then change the motion of the object. Following the path of least resistance. An object lies in a static environment. Decrease the concentration of matter on one side and it will move toward that direction. Apply a force directly to the object and you will distort that object and the space around it, and it will seek the path of least resistance in trying to get away from the force. Like a watermelon seed between the fingers.
I try to look at physical existence from a dynamics point of view, meaning motion, which is energy. There are all sorts of theories regarding gravity and EM and the makeup of the universe, and none of them are correct. What constitutes gravity and EM are really something we can't correctly identify. We can only note their effects.
Due to the nature of things, it is hard to escape having to manipulate something from the outside. Like using a lever to overcome gravity, a structure of some sort must also be used to change the position of something by modifying its gravitational or EM fields, which is just what a lever does. The laws of thermodynamics.
Being a part of the whole, it would be difficult to overcome the force of the whole. Because all is part of the whole, the actual energy of each part has the force of the whole behind it. I mean everything is where it is because the whole forced it into that position. So, theoretically, using leverage of some sort, one may be able to change the vector of the energy emanated by all objects, which then can be used to change the vector of it's surroundings.
What is motion? What does it do in relation to the other forces?
It crosses lines of magnetic force. They are everywhere. What does that do? It induces an electrical or electrostatic or and maybe a magnetic loop in the object moving.
Right off hand I would say that if you sent waves of a magnetic flux through an object you may be able to fool it into thinking it was moving. The thing is the poles of the flux producer need to be detached from the object. Linking things is the bugaboo when it comes to perpetual motion or other theoretical things like this. Complex to explain. Perhaps it can be done with celestial objects.
BTW, Sagitta A is the star in the direction of the galactic center, which is the strongest gravity pull in this neck of the woods. Magnetic, too. Think it is in the southern hemisphere on one of those 60 degree things.
Did you know the northern sky has always been associated with royalty? Where the great kings or gods went.
Check out the constellations up there. Vibrations of matter are displacements of flux lines.
All of the events happening that we see are just part of the process. From our current viewpoint we see a huge and vast universe, with a natural inclination to belive it has a beginning and end. A part of a bud would also have the same thoughts about its existence. So would a facet of a dream.
But the motion is what sets things in motion. It is what delays the return, or possibly even what can create a new and separate entity from the branch it budded from.
Picture a particle in deep space. It has a matrix of energy that gives it form. It is also bombarded from all sides by the energy that surrounds it. The energy that is absorbed and retransmitted by all objects that have a matrix. However, this energy is not equal from all sides. The pressure of space may be even, but the energy from motion or EM is not. In order for an object to have form for more than a fleeting instant, it must get rid of the energy it is bombarded with, and maintain the motion.