How do Lie Detectors create Kinetic Energy?
No. they measure various physical responses. They do, however, *use kinetic energy
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Assuming you mean the energy required to move the pen over the paper and draw graphs. The sensors attached to the test subject create a voltage, this is then amplified and used to turn a moving coil, similar to those in old voltmeters, to which the pen is attached. The paper is moved along by motors.
Have someone throw it at you.
Energy cannot be created, nor destroyed. So technically, it can't.
By falling off tables.
Well sometimes on the reality shows a lie detector creates a lot of kinetic energy when the wife finds out about all of the husbands lies.
What made you think that they did? L
Unless you're thinking of an entirely different kind of lie detector than what I am familiar with, the only way I know of is to chuck it off the top of a building.