Terms and definitions
ENERGY - is a division (breaking down) of the substance, thermal carriers, particles into the less structural components in mechanical transmitting the latter from rotary and oscillatory motions to the linear and curvilinear motions with increasing in the area of their actions.
WORK - is energy conservation (integration), i.e. inverse process on mechanical shifting linear and curvilinear motions of small structures to rotary and oscillatory motions of larger structures while integrating particles, energy carriers, substances with decreasing of their action area.
FORCE - is a mechanical contact action of the directed gravitational flow (field) carriers and of the directed flux of energy carriers (field) upon particles, energy carriers and chemical elements of substance (gases, liquids, and lattices).
A MAGNETIC FIELD
A MAGNETIC FIELD - is an either circular, or linear flux of needles, threads, and ropes from neutrinos’ pentads with neutrino driving mechanism (which is wholly similar to the Light nuclear mechanism, but on the smaller carrier).