# What Is Absolute Relativity?

*What is absolute relativity?* First of all, absolute relativity is my theory of relativity. You know, just like we have Einstein’s theory of relativity, so we now have Echa’s theory of relativity.

However, to get more technical and not personal, absolute relativity is the encompassing theory of the universe. It is a radical transformation and a resulting extension of special relativity.

To really understand absolute relativity, you must understand how it is a transformation and an extension of special relativity in the sense that it describes accelerated frames maintaining the same mathematical structure as special relativity.

Now, how is absolute relativity a transformation of special relativity? Absolute relativity transforms special relativity by placing it on its true absolute background and not on its false relative background.

This simply means that in absolute relativity the principles of relativity are applied as they describe and also emerge from absolute space and time and not from relative space and time like we have in special relativity.

This is how absolute relativity transforms special relativity and it is why I call it “absolute relativity”. And like I must have said in one of my scientific articles, absolute relativity is very similar to special relativity.

They are so similar such that if you don’t look carefully, you may mistake absolute relativity for special relativity especially when you are looking at how it describes the uniform motion of ponderable bodies in the universe.

Furthermore, it is after this transformation that absolute relativity then becomes an extension of special relativity in that absolute relativity describes both uniform and accelerated frames.

This kind of extension is very important and it is what has been needed in order for us to see the unity of all things.

Einstein had extended special relativity to general relativity in order to describe accelerated frames, but even after that we still didn’t have the fundamental theory of the universe. Why?

This is an important question because the laws of physics are basically about the laws of motion, and if we have a theory or would I rather say two theories, special relativity and general relativity, that describe uniform and accelerated motions respectively and which are the only two forms of motion in the universe, we are left to ask why then do we not have theory of the universe?!

If we have covered the two forms of motion in the universe, what then is missing? This question is what raises our suspicion about the correctness of special relativity and general relativity or we can simply say modern relativity.

Before now we have been looking at how to unify physics by bringing the microworld of electrical bodies and the macroworld of ponderable bodies into one unified theory, which we called quantum gravity. But this approach is superficial and inappropriate.

This is because the problem of unifying physics was not really about unifying the atomic and non-atomic worlds but of unifying uniform and accelerated motions under one theory.

This is why the culprit against the discovery of the theory of the universe was modern relativity and not quantum mechanics which is not even relevant to the problem.

Modern relativity wrongly placed uniform and accelerated motions under two different theories or mathematical structures, special relativity and general relativity.

So, the problem all this while has been how to unify uniform and accelerated motions under one theory or mathematical structure and not how to unify quantum mechanics and (modern) relativity.

I really hope you can easily see what I am showing you. When we get the true understanding of uniform and accelerated motions correct, we will find out that these true principles must apply the same or somewhat the same to both atomic and non-atomic bodies.

This is a profound realization that changes our approach to the unified theory and it is what has led to the discovery of absolute relativity which is the theory that unifies uniform and accelerated motions under one theory or mathematical structure, after which it then results that we can describe the atomic and non-atomic worlds giving us the supposed theory of quantum gravity.

The entire unification problem has been about the eventual discovery of the true laws of motion and the right approach must take a path similar to what Newton took when he gave us the physical laws of motion.

I call Newton’s laws of motion physical because they are based on relative space and time. But the new laws of motion that have emerged from absolute relativity are metaphysical because they are based on absolute space and time.

It, therefore, implies that absolute relativity is the result of the metaphysicalization of special relativity.

Absolute relativity is the result of the metaphysicalization of special relativity.Click To TweetAbsolute relativity is the metaphysical form of special relativity and it is in this metaphysical form that we find how the basic mathematical structure first applied in special relativity can satisfactorily describe both uniform and accelerated frames or motions (without the need for general relativity).

Furthermore, the understanding that the unification problem has been about the true laws of motion is why we have to revisit Newton’s Principia and properly address the problem.

It is a general consensus that the advent of modern relativity and quantum mechanics challenged Newton’s laws of motion, but the main problem was that these two theories did not really identify the errors in Newton’s laws of motion; they did not tell us specifically how Newton’s laws are wrong and they did not give us another general and formally well-listed set of laws of motion.

So, modern relativity and quantum mechanics were only indications that there was something wrong with Newton’s laws of motion.

This is also why modern relativity and especially quantum mechanics puzzled their early founders. The findings from these theories could not be reconciled with the well understood physical laws of motion that came by Sir Isaac Newton.

This is why absolute relativity has come; absolute relativity presents to us the true laws of motion which are metaphysical and not physical like Newton’s and which are what reconciles with the findings of modern relativity and quantum mechanics.

In fact, the former bizarreness and paradoxes of these two theories, modern relativity and quantum mechanics, have now become justified and surprisingly explained by absolute relativity and its presented metaphysical laws of motion.

(We are now being forced to accept that just as the first scientific revolution was celebrated for being about the discovery of the physical laws of the universe, so also will this second scientific revolution be celebrated for being about the discovery of the metaphysical laws of the universe.

Science is no longer about the physical; it is now about the metaphysical and this is in a more truthful and reliable sense. So, the metaphysical has come to stay whether the old scientific tradition likes it or not.)

So, all this while physics has been in need of the true metaphysical laws of motion in order to unify physics and explain the conceptual paradoxes and weirdness of modern physics.

Modern physics has only been bizarre and incomplete because of its association with classical physics or its classical foundations that are entrenched in Newton’s physical laws of motion but not anymore.

The true foundation of physics as entrenched in the metaphysical laws of motion has come and it is what really alters our understanding of the universe such that we are now in a new era of physics called post-modern physics!

All these have been accomplished by one theory which I call absolute relativity, and as I have said, it is a theory that reveals to us how the principles of relativity describe and emerge from absolute space and time.

Absolute relativity is the theory we have been seeking all this while in order to understand the universe. It is the theory at the heart of reality and all manifestations. This theory is what underlies all my scientific articles in this blog.

So, I want you to come along with me, let’s explore this theory to its widest possible limits. It is such a simple theory that you can understand it just as you understand special relativity. There are no concepts or propositions hidden in “mathematical garb” as Tesla will call it (lol).

Absolute relativity is the theory that captures and also teaches us how to capture the subtleties of the universe, no other theory can accomplish this feat not even the supposedly subtle theory of general relativity.

The mechanisms by which processes and phenomena occur in the universe cannot be directly apprehended or physically touched. They are remote from the physical and can only come under the view of the third eye.

So, we desperately need absolute relativity and it is now available! Absolute relativity is the only theory that furnishes us with the true understanding of the universe. It is a theory in its own class.

And when I say that absolute relativity is a theory in its own class, I mean that it is the first metaphysical theory of the universe and it is what sets the foundation or precedence for how we shall investigate the metaphysical nature of the universe.

Until next time,

I will be here.

– M. V. Echa