# What Is Absolute Uniform Velocity?

**Subtitle:** The True Nature of the Uniform Velocity

We build our understanding of the universe and of motion from the basic mathematical relationship between space and time. It is from this basic mathematical relationship that we derive what we call the basic quantities of motion generally referred to as velocity and acceleration depending on when they apply.

So, in classical physics, there is a unique quantity of motion called uniform velocity which is what applies to bodies moving in uniform motion. It is important to see that in classical physics the uniform velocity can apply to all bodies without any distinction.

However, in post-modern physics, all of our classical understanding of the uniform velocity is referred to as a relative understanding and for this simple reason, in post-modern physics, the uniform velocity for classical physics is referred to as the *relative uniform velocity*.

I have talked about this in some of my scientific posts but this one is special because we will be focusing only on the true meaning of the uniform velocity and how it applies to uniform motion in the universe.

*In post-modern physics, we have an absolute understanding of the uniform velocity and for this simple reason, it is referred to as the absolute uniform velocity in post-modern physics.*

The distinction between absolute uniform velocity and relative uniform velocity is also what distinguishes post-modern physics from classical physics and it is quality.

*The relative uniform velocity* is a quantitative understanding of the uniform velocity but *the absolute uniform velocity* is a qualitative understanding of the uniform velocity. Both are not the same as I will show you in this scientific article.

I want you to have the basic understanding of the absolute uniform velocity from this article because it will go a long way in making you understand how post-modern physics is built and how it is different from classical and modern physics.

The quantities of motion and how they are derived are fundamental to both classical and post-modern physics. We cannot understand the other aspects of motion and of the universe without having the true and basic understanding of the quantities of motion.

In classical physics, it should, therefore, be said that bodies in uniform motion carry *the relative uniform velocity* which is simply stated as,

The above is interpreted according to classical physics to be that *the relative uniform velocity v* equals space or distance x over time t.* It is a quantitative, mathematical representation of the uniform velocity.

But in post-modern physics, what is called *the absolute uniform velocity* is mathematically represented as,

The letter *“d”* is not to show a derivative rather it shows that in post-modern physics, what is called *the absolute uniform velocity v equals uniform space or distance dx over uniform time dt.* This is a qualitative, mathematical representation of the uniform velocity.

*The quantitative nature of the relative uniform velocity informs us, unapprovedly without discrimination, that bodies move in uniform motion when they move at a constant speed, but the qualitative nature of the absolute uniform velocity informs us, approvedly with discrimination, that ponderable bodies move in uniform motion when they move in uniform space with respect to uniform time.*

The latter is how to understand the true nature of uniform motion and what it really means in the universe. If you can comprehend how relative uniform velocity and the absolute uniform velocity are different from the two above mathematical equations, then you are on your way towards understanding the universe.

It is obvious that the above mathematical expression for the absolute uniform velocity is deeply qualitative and it shows the relationship between UNIFORM space and UNIFORM time which are what specially apply to uniform motion in the universe.

The mathematical expression for the relative uniform velocity is about the quantity of space and time and not about the quality of space and time since it makes no mention of uniform space and uniform time. This applies to other quantities of motion in classical physics.

It is the basic presentation of the quantities of motion that the whole quantitative understanding of the universe begins in classical physics. But post-modern physics is changing all this.

Post-modern physics is giving us a qualitative understanding of the absolute quantities of motion from which we are now building a broader qualitative understanding of the universe. This realization is important.

This is not to say that quantity does not apply in post-modern physics. No, it does, but it applies in a balanced way with quality. But the aspect of quality is more emphasized in post-modern physics because it is what is able to give us the required understanding of the universe.

Quality is an important aspect of any system and it is what shows us the intelligence and careful thought behind any system and this applies to the universe as well which is a giant organic system.

The quality of space and time cannot be made evident or observed by the physical tools with which we have been using to quantify them. Meter-sticks and clocks cannot in any way inform us about the quality of space and time.

Meter-sticks and clocks cannot in any way inform us about the quality of space and time.Click To TweetOnly a new kind of physics and a new way of accessing the laws of the universe can inform us about the qualitative nature of space and time. This understanding is necessary if you must understand the Treatise.

In the Treatise, the main focus is on the qualitative nature of the universe and the principles of relativity are shown as they apply to the quality of space and time. This is obviously a new and exciting application of relativity.

And this balance of quality and quantity is what I generally understand by absolute space and time. Relative space and time are only quantitative in physics. This is why when both are compared only their uniqueness is emphasized.

*Now, the absolute uniform velocity is what really applies to ponderable bodies in uniform motion. Notice that I said that the absolute uniform velocity applies to ponderable bodies and not just to all bodies as the relative uniform velocity does. *

This is further showing you the qualitative nature of the absolute uniform velocity and the true division of motion in the universe. Read this my very important article on the three variants of motion.

*In post-modern physics, the absolute uniform velocity is what is associated with the absolute principle of inertia which is different from the relative principle of inertia which has always applied to the relative uniform velocity since classical physics. *

The above gives us the critical insight that *the absolute uniform velocity is what is really responsible for the non-sensation of inertia for ponderable bodies moving in uniform motion and not the relative uniform velocity and this is because of the similar quality of space and time that are related by the mathematical expression for the absolute uniform velocity shown above. *

In simpler terms, quality is responsible for the non-sensation of inertia during uniform motion and not quantity as has been thought since classical physics. This is a new, revolutionary understanding of the universe which extends to the other two absolute quantities of motion that I will discuss soon in their own respective articles.

In post-modern physics, *the absolute uniform velocity is what is specially associated with what is called the absolute 4-momentum for all ponderable bodies in uniform motion* and it is different from the relative uniform velocity that is associated with the relative momentum or what we can call the Newtonian momentum.

The other remaining two absolute quantities have their own special associations which are different from the associations of the relative quantities of classical physics and I will discuss them soon.

The absolute uniform velocity is standing completely different from the relative uniform velocity and this is because Post-modern physics is a new kind of physics entirely. It is introducing us afresh to the fundamental principles of the universe which we had missed because of our focus on only the quantitative aspect of the universe.

The absolute uniform velocity is simply represented as uniform space over uniform time. Uniform space and time are the only forms of space and time that underlie uniform motion in the universe. They constitute our new understanding of the uniform velocity which is qualitative and not quantitative.

It will be good for me to end this scientific article by outlining the important differences between the relative uniform velocity and the absolute uniform velocity discussed in this scientific post:

** 1.** The relative uniform velocity is based on relative, quantitative space and time but the absolute uniform velocity is based on the absolute, qualitative space and time.

** 2.** The relative uniform velocity applies indiscriminately to all bodies but the absolute uniform velocity applies discriminately to only ponderable bodies.

**3.** The relative uniform velocity is what is associated with the relative momentum or the Newtonian momentum but the absolute uniform velocity is what is associated with the absolute 4-momentum.

**4.** The relative uniform velocity is what is associated with the relative principle of inertia but the absolute uniform velocity is what is associated with the absolute principle of inertia.

Having understood the above four differences between the relative uniform velocity and the absolute uniform velocity as discovered by post-modern physics, then you have come to the true understanding of the nature of the uniform velocity in the universe.

Until next time,

I will be here.

– M. V. Echa

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