I asked a question (link-deleted question so only visible to 10k rep users) about an hour ago. It was downvoted to -3 so I deleted it. I explained how energy is generated in my fictional world and ask "what physics will be affected". Is this kind of question considered as bad question in this SE? Thanks.
My original post:
I asked this question yesterday: If Earth mass is doubled, what is the change of earth's orbit
The answer stated that:
When you break conservation of energy on this sort of scale, a lot of physics goes out the window. We also need to clarify some things about the mass-energy equivalence and what we mean when we say "mass".
So I want to ask about my energy generation mechanism in a new post. I would like to know what physics will be affected in my framework.
These are my ideas:
Energy is conserved if the system is closed.
A ball is moving on a fiction-less surface, its kinetic and potential energy will not change if there is no force applied. You can put your finger in front of the ball and make it stop, this is the interference outside the system.
So, my universe is not closed system, energy can go in the universe.
I have read stuffs about Noether's theorem. The conservation law is very strong according to the theorem, not only the total amount of energy in the universe is conserved, the amount of energy in every point in the space is also conserved. The conserved quantity is like a "current", the incoming energy and outgoing energy in every point should be the same. I use Bernoulli's principle to help me to understand this concept.
I use two ways to suspend the Noether's theorem.
The Banach–Tarski paradox is a theorem in set-theoretic geometry, which states the following: Given a solid ball in 3‑dimensional space, there exists a decomposition of the ball into a finite number of disjoint subsets, which can then be put back together in a different way to yield two identical copies of the original ball.
However, we cannot do this in real world because we cannot break the ball into non-measurable sets. I use the Radical Platonism view in my framework, so math is an external reality. But I don't want to redefine "what is matter". I just use the Banach-Tarski Paradox to "prove" that there is something can be broken into non-measurable sets in my fictional world. (OK, this is the Unobtainium trope.)
Mind is the first cause
Mind is the ultimate existence, it created the universe. Human's mind is part of the world's mind, so everybody also have this "ability of first cause". (To be simple: everybody is god.) People can use math to affect the reality. (math=magic trope) People can create new space, then copy the Unobtainium in the new space. For example, people create $1 cm^3$ new space and create the Unobtainium in the new $1 cm^3$ space. It is just like what happened in the creation of the universe. That $1 cm^3$ was not exist, it is not invariant under translation in time.