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It is hard to believe, but this panorama shows a lot of energy.
Starting with a view on the largest working (hot) fusion reactor -the sun with a power output of 3.6 x 10^26 Watts-, lighting the whole scenery here and shining beautiful rays between the leaves and twigs.
Quite a contrast is my bike on the right, that has an energy of 0 at this moment because it doesn't move, but when I'm riding it at an average speed of 12km/hr, the mass and speed develop a kinetic energy of 550 Joules.The formula to calculate that is : E=½.m.v ² (mass in kg; v[speed] in m/sec).
Perhaps you would like to check it or calculate my (and the bike's) weight, but anyway, it is only a fraction compared to the sun.
Really large (on human scale! ) is the kinetic energy that is developed by the main topic of this pano: two trains heading towards one another.
Wow! they are on the same track! But don't worry, they passed without ever meeting each other. The kinetic energy is approximate 10 MegaJoules each. (speed ~ 100km/hr; mass ~25 tons)
Looking downwards you see a pile of shredded branches and twigs -hardly noticeable as energy- but it is energy in stock for the vegetation that will grow here one day.
However a very unstable platform, I almost stumbled over them during shooting!