An input and an output would appear to give a balance in a closed system. Called a power cord in some places. Check out Ohm's and Kirchoff's Laws.<quoted text>
There are many mistakes in this short video. The first is when it claims that nothing can come from nothing. This is known to be false becaus3e of quantum mechanics: it is actually quite common for particl3es to be formed out of exactly nothing.
The second is the claim that there must have been something before the universe because the universe had a beginning. That is false because time itself began with the universe. Without time, there could be no 'before'.
The third problem is that the video incorrectly describes the first law of thermodynamics. Instead of claiming that energy is eternal, it merely says that the total energy at one time has to be the same as the total energy at any other time. In other words, energy and time are co-existent.
In particular, if time had a beginning, that beginning was the same as the beginning of energy and the universe.
Further, the law of conservation of energy says that the total energy balance *of the universe* is constant. In particular, any energy transfer *into* the universe would be a violation of that law. Your video proposes just such a transfer, so it is in direct contradiction to the very law it claims as support.
Finally, it claims that anyone who does not agree with the failed argument is just being stubborn, instead of actually being interested in the *correct* applications of the known laws of physics. Since it gets so many particulars wrong in ways that directly affect the argument, this is simply rank dishonesty.
Church lady was wonderful!
You have it all in those3 laws. Difference in potentials, mass in motion, resistance, and heat. Aren't your electrons elementary particles? Do you not have to go through them to get to a nucleus? Doesn't the nucleus tend to unwind or decay, or transform charges if those electrons are removed? Sort of like the center of a whirlpool when the pressure is taken off? Can you not move a pound of the strong forces within a nucleus anywhere you want with a strong enough magnetic field, or electrical charge?
Your quantum effects are caused by waves. EM and gravity are the only known forces to carry these across the universe, and gravity is arguable on that.
The expansion of the universe indicates there is still power hooked up. Otherwise your gravity wouldn't let it.