A car at the top of a hill
A car speeding down the hill
A person walking up a hill
The stored energy of an object due to its position or condition
The energy an object has due to its motion
The energy an object might have if it existed
The energy that an object gains from some outer source.
The energy that an object possesses due to its motion
The energy created by water.
A ball lodged in a tree
A frisbee flying through the air
A car in the garage
A person running up a hill
A ball rolling down a hill
A person running down a hill
An object that is not moving
A satellite orbiting in space
A car running at 5 mph
When the first object will crash with the second object
When both objects are force-crashed by a person
Both options are right
Yes, only if you are stronger than this energy.
No, you can not destroy an energy.
It can be transformed or converted into another form