Fundamental Laws of Magokinetics
In the year 1618 AR the half-elven philosopher, theoretical magician and magomathematician Jacob Alté laid the groundwork for all further magokinetics and magomechanical studies with his revolutionary work "Philosophiae Kineticae Principa Magica e Kinetica " ("Magical and Mathmatical Foundations of the Philosophy of Movement").It is said that Jacob Alté spend one summer evening sitting on a bench near the palace garden watching some young magical able kids play with their magical abilities and a ball.
During this game the bigger one, using magic, pushed the ball and his smaller opponent away from him, both laughing. But when the smaller one tried the same, he pushed himself backwards, into the lake.
Wondering why this occured was the very moment, supposedly, when Jacob started to realize the potential connection between movement, magic and mass.
It is considered the most influential work of the last century, enabling the works of Georgé Carlson developing the first Steam Engine with a Magical catalysator and fully mechanical parts.
Fundamental Laws of Magokinetics
Lex II --- Each detraction or addition of magical potential in a receiver is directly opposite to an equivalent detraction or addition of magical potential of the transmitter.
Lex III --- Each kinetic force onto a subject is directly transmutable into a mechanical potential and vice versa and is proportional to all of mass, total Magical potential and existing kinetical action in the respective subject.
InterpretationAt the time of creating these laws, the developing field of mago-theoretics already postulated that there are several ways for a magician to exchange magical energy. What Alté explained in his work was a general concept of all magic being interchangeable with each other and that magic can be turned into movement.
Furthermore he was able to quantify the mathematical connection between the amount of magic used and already present, the mechanical forces present on a thing and the magical power of a user.
These descriptions fit in perfectly with the newly developed laws of mechanics and provided the missing link between the fields of magic and the field of mechanics.
While not perfect, this theory is currently the best and almost universal description of the interactions between magic and movement we have. In fact the provided mathematical foundations enabled the finetuning and creation of the Steam Engine as well as the concept of a Magodynamo.
It is undeniable that these theories are opening up a whole new are for the technology in the world, enabling also non-magical persons to contribute to production and progress all over the world.
Just like the travels of my grandfather Gunnar Rundthorn, the insights of one Jacob Alté will prove to open up a whole new era in the history of mortalkind.
Totally Bogus. Doesn't work. I use magic my own way, thanks!
LimitsEven though the Fundamental Laws of Magokinetics aptly describe the interaction between to subjects with the design to influence movement (and to some extent to influence heat), there are several fields where the theory falls short.
Subsequent postulatesEach difference in magical potential between subjects will result in a balance-seeking interaction between a subject and its surroundings.
Meaning that a powerful magical user willhave limits on how many magic he is able to pull into him, due to the fact, that all magical energy will have a tendency to leak out. Further studies have quantized the concept of Magical Pressure
Each entity with magical potential emmits a field around them, indirectly interacting with other fields of magic through kinetic forces
This theory of a Magical Field around anything magical directly describes how magical users are able to sense each other and how the effects of magic can be felt in huge distances, the stronger a user is. This also led to the newly developed Magical Field Theory
- Theory of Magical Exchange
- Theory of Magical Energytypes
- Steam Engine
- Carlson Dynamo
- Magic Field Theory
Part of the field of Magokinetics