I didn't get your interferometer, and the additional axis just isn't necessary, as I explained in another post, just now.
as for your "disproof" of Liebniz's *vis viva*, i have already asked you to investigate the nonlinear aspects of the deformation of clay. I mean, if you are going to try to shoe-horn a succesful engineering ideal into a linear equation, you should be able to *show*, that this deformation is just linear, sort of like Hooke's law for springs (which everyone knows, is just an approximation that is useful ... or, at least, they once would have learned that in Phyiscs 1, from a God-am textbook, and I'm sure that even Hooke knew, it was just a "first-order approximation").
> designed constructed and successfully tested two KE-verifying > experiments that negate Coriolis's 1830 equation KE = 1/2mv^2 (sic). > The first one dropped a nominal 3/8" clevis pin head to head with a > 5/8" clevis pin. At some height of drop, the KE of the smaller pin > would equal the inertia (mass) of the larger pin. My equation KE = a/ > g (m) + v / 34.174 (m) correctly predicted the height of the drop > required. The point of equality of the KE was determined by recording > the sound of the impact events. When the KE matched the inertia, the > small pin made a "clunk" (dampened) sound rather than a bell-like > ringing sound. That was because the two pins will stay in compressed > contact for the longest time under the latter condition. At a lower > drop height the small pin bounces off quick enough so that the ringing > sound can be heard. At a higher drop height the larger pin gets > knocked away quickly, so that the ringing sound of the small pin can > be heard. Only when the KE of the small pin exactly matches the > inertia of the larger pin will the two remain in compressed contact so > as to completely dampen the ringing tone of the smaller clevis pin. > > The second, most important, KE experiment cost about $40.00 and > involved dropping two different weight, same diameter balls into the > same bed of soft clay (in a flower pot). The drop height "predicted" > by Coriolis's errant equation, KE= 1/2mv^2, caused a non equal depth > of embedment of the two balls.