Ok we hav a big flywheel spinning in deep-outerspace. What iz happening to the aether?? Do we hav perpetual motion??
The aether exiting near the poles probly circles back to re-enter near the rim. If so then the aether flow symmetry would form two doughnuts side by side. In any case the aether entering the flywheel must gradualy veer allmost 90dg while inside the flywheel.
(Erratum). Later i realized that if aether haz zero shear-rezistance (zero viscosity) then aether exiting near the axle wouldn't quickly circle back in to enter near the rim, it would probly eventually circle back in from a long long way away.
Veering-aether creates forces tending to pull the flywheel apart axially , ie in addition to the centrifugal forces tending to pull the flywheel apart radially. The atoms of the flywheel rezisting being pulled apart axially create forces tending to oppoze the aether's veering outflow, which creates a backpressure oppozing the aether's inflow, which inkreeces the centrifugal forces tending to pull the flywheel apart. Here we hav a sort of feedback. Will the flywheel-spin and aether-flow quietly reech equilibrium, or will there be short-term or long-term reverberation?? Duzz reverberation rob energy and slow the flywheel??
Az aether enters at the rim and moovs towards the spin-axis the streamlines converge, ie the aether accelerates, and this reduces the radial centrifugal force(s).
Do we hav perpetual motion, or iz there energy loss?? If the flywheel (in deep-outerspace) reeches quiet equilibrium then there mightn't be any further energy loss. Perpetual aether-forces creating gravity-mass and inertial-mass probly do not rob kinetic energy.
Praps the flywheel duznt reech quiet equilibrium. Water passing a post creates eddys downstream, a sort of turbulence. Aether iz a sort of fluid. Iz gravity-mass allways a turbulent process?? Iz inertial-mass or radial inertial-mass allways a turbulent process?? Praps they iz.