Light and the Relativistic Addition of the Three Absolute Quantities

Introduction

Have you ever wondered why in relativity we can only sum uniform velocities? We can sum uniform velocities for two uniformly moving bodies but we cannot sum acceleration for two accelerating bodies.

Can the universe allow for such a simple representation of uniform motion and not also provide similar simplicity for accelerated motion? No. In this article, I want to show you something about the universe that has eluded us since the beginning of quantitative science.

The universe provides similar simplicity for accelerated frames but this provision cannot be found in relative science. It cannot be found in our observation of physical space and time but in our ascension to absolute space and time. The elucidation of the addition laws of the three different absolute quantities of absolute science constitutes an essential component of absolute relativity.

The Theoretical Background for the Addition of Absolute Quantities

Absolute relativity is the theoretical background of this article and I want to briefly discuss with you the aspects of absolute relativity that is crucial in order for you to understand this article.

Inertia

Before we proceed, I want to explicate the new background upon which you should now understand relativistic additions. You know that in relative science, physical quantities such as speed and acceleration have no other sense of proportion beyond what our measurements from clocks and meter sticks inform us. 

We just see speed as distance over time, and the numerical value of this exercise is taken for the true proportion of speed. This same practice is applied for acceleration.

In absolute science also, we talk about the three absolute quantities in terms of their mathematical relationship to the two forms of absolute space and time just as relative science talks about speed and acceleration in terms of their mathematical relationship to relative space and time, but we go deeper than the mathematics tells us.

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We approach the understanding that the proportion of motion is not the mathematical relationships between space and time but inertia. Inertia is the proportion or quantity of motion.

All the physical quantities of motion, whether in relative science or absolute science, arise because for all bodies in motion, inertia is present. Now, as I have talked about, the true inertia a body possess is that relative to either of the two forms of rest. The true inertia a body in uniform motion possesses is that relative to uniform rest, while the true inertia a body in accelerated motion possesses is that relative to accelerated rest.

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In absolute science, the two forms of rest being limits of inertia are absolute. Understand this. Understand also that the only underlying reason why the speed of light is constant and the free fall of bodies is constant for all bodies regardless of their masses is because light and gravity are limits of inertia.

So in this article, while I would be mentioning the three absolute quantities as absolute uniform velocity, absolute accelerated velocity, and absolute acceleration, I want you to have it at the back of your mind that these quantities really represent proportions of inertia and not just mathematical relationships between absolute space and time.

It is with this underlying essence of the absolute quantities as proportions of inertia that I will use to explain in this article how absolute relativity applies to both uniform and accelerated motions. I want you to penetrate into the reality of things and not wallow in appearances which are the bane of today’s science.

Geometry

Now, we cannot talk about summing the associated absolute quantities of uniform and accelerated motions without in some way implying that both forms of motion follow Euclidean law. You are right in this thinking. The universe follows only Euclidean geometry.

I am aware and I criticized in this blog our transition from Euclidean geometry to Riemann geometry when we move from the relativistic description of uniform motion to accelerated motion. We learned this procedure from Einsteinian relativity.

In Einsteinian relativity, we follow two geometrical principles because our understanding of motion is founded on one form of space and time. However, in absolute relativity, we maintain one geometrical principle, which is Euclidean geometry, because our absolute understanding of motion is founded on two forms of space and time.

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So, the error in Einsteinian relativity is traceable to the origin of science itself because we had always assumed space and time to have only one form which is not true. It because of the two forms of space and time that the universe can maintain one geometry for all reference frames. Without this, we are left with the option Einsteinian relativity offers. This is the true wisdom of God as manifested in the creation of the universe.

Before we proceed, let me outline the three additions of absolute relativity as they apply to the three variants of motion in the universe:

  1. The addition of absolute uniform velocity applies to uniformly moving ponderable (non-charged) bodies.
  2. The addition of absolute accelerated velocity applies to accelerating ponderable (non-charged) bodies.
  3. The addition of absolute acceleration applies to accelerating electrical (charged) bodies.

I would like you to first take a look at the above outline and see how meticulous our universe is. At the finer level of reality, the universe ascribes qualitatively different absolute quantities for the three variants of motion possible in the universe. Is this not beautiful? Please answer me.

We cannot find this wisdom necessary for true understanding in relative science or in the physical universe, only in the metaphysical universe.

The Triune Nature of Light

According to special relativity, light has only one essence which is that it is a wave moving at constant speed. However, in absolute relativity, light has three essences or a triune nature.

Special relativity can only model or describe the addition of uniform velocities which applies to only uniformly moving frames because in special relativity light has only one essence.

However,  absolute relativity can model or describe the addition of absolute uniform velocities, absolute accelerated velocities and absolute accelerations for the three variants of motion because in absolute relativity light has three essences.

The three essences of light which have been discussed in this article would be used to show you the three possible relativistic addition of absolute quantities possible in the universe.

Taking our reference from absolute relativity, let’s now proceed to first describe the addition of absolute uniform velocity as it applies to uniformly moving ponderable (non-charged) bodies.

Author’s Note: In absolute relativity and in this article, the author uses the letter “d” to denote uniform space and time and the delta symbol “Δ” to denote accelerated space and time. If you are accustomed to this blog, you should already have known this.   

The Addition of Absolute Uniform Velocities

When we want to truly investigate the uniform motion of uniformly moving ponderable (non-charged) bodies we must realize that they carry absolute uniform velocity which is the absolute quantity that enables them to attempt to offer lesser resistance to uniform motion than light. 

For uniformly moving ponderable bodies light c is the least resistance to uniform motion. This is the basic understanding of the absolute relativity of uniform motion which is hidden or not found in special relativity.

We will deduce the addition of absolute uniform velocities from the question: If frame K’ moves at absolute uniform velocity +v in the dx-direction with respect to frame K, and K’ throws a cantaloupe at absolute uniform velocity +u in the dx-direction relative to himself, at what absolute uniform velocity w does frame K which is an observer at uniform rest absolutely observe the cantaloupe C to travel?

N. B: To “absolutely observe” refers to the inner perception of relativity as it applies in the metaphysical universe.

For uniformly moving ponderable bodies, the form of rest we identify is uniform rest. This procedure is the same as that for special relativity only that we have qualitatively altered the interpretation of the theory.

We will deduce the addition of absolute uniform velocities from the transformation below:

\begin{bmatrix} cdt' \\ dx' \\ \end{bmatrix}= \begin{bmatrix} \alpha & -\alpha \beta \\ -\alpha \beta & \alpha\\ \end{bmatrix}= \begin{bmatrix} cdt \\ \\ dx \\ \end{bmatrix}

We would first deduce the absolute uniform velocity addition law that applies exclusively to uniformly moving ponderable bodies because they are exclusively governed by the principle of inertia.

Let’s have that frame K’ moves with the inertia or absolute uniform velocity v  in the dx-direction in uniform space with respect to frame K which is at uniform rest. Also, a cantaloupe thrown by an observer in frame K’ travels with inertia or absolute uniform velocity u in the dx-direction in uniform space relative to frame K’.

So, at what inertia or absolute uniform velocity w does the observer at uniform rest absolutely observe the cantaloupe to travel?  Let’s also have that the throwing event P of the cantaloupe is at the 4-origin of both frames where (cdt’, dx’)=(cdt, dx)=(0, 0) and the 4-origin of frame K’ is not denoted by any subscript comma.  

Now, imagine that at some uniform time later in frame K’ the cantaloupe explodes, this explosion event E should occur at coordinates (cdt, dx)=(cdt, udt) in frame K’. In frame K, by applying the absolute inertial transformation above, E now occurs at,

cdt'=\alpha\.c\.dt + \alpha\.\beta\. dx

dx'=\alpha\.\beta\.c\.dt+\alpha \.dx

Remember that in absolute relativity light c in the above matrix is the least resistance to uniform motion. We are recognizing light in its unreducable essence and also applying this underlying essence in our mathematical elucidations of relativity.

Now, dividing dx’ by dt’ to get according to the principles of relativity the absolute velocity of the cantaloupe relative to frame K,

\frac{dx'}{dt'}=c\;\frac{\alpha\.\beta\.c\.dt+\alpha \.dx}{\alpha\.c\.dt + \alpha\.\beta\. dx}

Dividing through by α and dt noting that dx = udt

w=c\;\frac{\beta\.c\.+\.u}{c\. + \.\beta\. u}

Dividing numerator and denominator by c and noting that v = βc, we would have that,

w=\frac{v+u}{\frac{c}{c}+\frac{vu}{c^{2}} }

w=\frac{v+u}{\delta^{-1}+\frac{vu}{c^{2}} }

Listen, while the delta number equals one for all uniformly moving ponderable bodies or for the absolute relativity of uniform motion, in the addition of absolute uniform velocity the reciprocal of the delta number is still presented in the denominator as the above shows.

This is generally and fundamentally the exact mathematical representation of the delta number for all reference frames, and this is important because for certain cases which I will expose in my future articles the delta number does not equal one. In such a case, the reciprocal of the delta number then becomes very important. 

And just like special relativity or the addition law for uniform velocities, the absolute velocity w above is less than v+u because the product vu is less than c2.

The above addition of absolute uniform velocities is deeply qualitative and it informs us of the absolute uniform velocity w of the cantaloupe in uniform space relative to frame K. It is fundamentally different from the addition of relative uniform velocities in special relativity.

The inertias of frame K’ and the cantaloupe to uniform motion represented by absolute uniform velocities v and u respectively cannot be lesser than light c which is the least resistance to uniform motion.

The above informs us that why the speed of light in relative science is an unsurpassable limit is because light is the least resistance to uniform motion for all uniformly moving ponderable (non-charged) bodies.

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To now probe accelerated frames we only have to first understand the essence of light for accelerating bodies. In true absolute science, we don’t just proceed to deduce from the abstractive and sole investigation of the motion of bodies. Listen, we must first investigate or ask ourselves what the essence of light is for the moving body under investigation.

This is a hard feat for relative science, however for absolute science, it is quite simple because absolute science is the science a priori. Absolute science exposes the laws behind the laws and the principles behind the principles.

So, the addition of absolute uniform velocities above can be taken as the addition of relative uniform velocities as already done in special relativity.

Now, let’s move to the addition of accelerated velocities for accelerating ponderable bodies.

The Addition of Absolute Accelerated Velocities

When we want to truly investigate the accelerated motion of ponderable (non-charged) bodies, we must realize that they carry absolute accelerated velocity which is the absolute quantity that enables them to attempt to offer greater resistance to accelerated motion than light. 

For accelerating ponderable bodies, light c is the maximum resistance to accelerated motion. This is the basic understanding of the absolute relativity of accelerated motion which is hidden or not found in relative science.

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We will deduce the addition of absolute accelerated velocities from the question: If frame K’ moves at accelerated velocity +va in the Δx-direction with respect to frame K, and K’ throws a cantaloupe at accelerated velocity +ua in the Δx-direction relative to himself, at what accelerated velocity wa does frame K which is at uniform rest absolutely observe the cantaloupe to travel?

For accelerating ponderable bodies the form of rest we identify is accelerated rest which is indistinguishable from uniform rest due to the correspondence principle. In the ponderable universe, we may choose whichever form of rest describes the accelerated motion of ponderable (non-charged) bodies.

This procedure is the same as that for the deduction of the addition of absolute uniform velocities only that we now have a different essence of light.

We will deduce the addition of absolute accelerated velocities from the transformation below:

\begin{bmatrix} cdt' \\\Delta x'\\\end{bmatrix}=\begin{bmatrix} \alpha_{p}& -\alpha_{p} \beta_{c} \\-\alpha_{p} \beta_{c}& \alpha_{p}\\\end{bmatrix}= \begin{bmatrix} cdt \\\\\Delta x\\ \end{bmatrix}

Let’s have that frame K’ moves with the inertia or accelerated velocity va in the Δx-direction in uniform space with respect to frame K which is at accelerated rest. Also, a cantaloupe thrown by an observer in frame K’ travels with inertia or accelerated velocity ua in the Δx-direction in uniform space relative to frame K’

So, at what inertia or accelerated velocity wa does the observer at uniform rest absolutely observe the cantaloupe to travel? Let’s also have that the throwing event P of the cantaloupe is at the 5-origin of both frames where (cdt’, Δx’)=(cdt, Δx)=(0, 0) and the 5-origin of frame K’ is not denoted by any subscript comma.  

Now, imagine that at some uniform time later in frame K’ the cantaloupe explodes, this explosion event E should occur at coordinates (cdt, Δx)=(cdt, uadt) in frame K’. In frame K, by applying the absolute non-inertial transformation above E now occurs at,

cdt'=\alpha_{p}\.c\.dt + \alpha_{p}\.\beta_{c}\. \Delta x

\Delta x'=\alpha_{p}\.\beta_{c}\.c\.dt+\alpha_{p} \.\Delta x

Remember that in absolute relativity light c in the above matrix is the maximum resistance to accelerated motion. We are recognizing light in its unreducable essence and also applying this underlying essence in our mathematical elucidations of relativity.

Now, dividing Δx’ by dt’ to get according to the principles of absolute relativity the absolute accelerated velocity wa of the cantaloupe relative to frame K,

\frac{\Delta x'}{dt'}=c\;\frac{\alpha_{p}\.\beta_{c}\.c\.dt+\alpha_{p} \.\Delta x}{\alpha_{p}\.c\.dt + \alpha_{p}\.\beta_{c}\. \Delta x}

Dividing through by αp and dt noting that Δx = uadt
w_{a}=c\;\frac{\beta_{c}\.c\.+u_{a}}{c\.+\.\beta_{c}\. u_{a}}

Dividing numerator and denominator by c and noting that v = βcc, we would have that,

w_{a}=\frac{v_{a}+u_{a}}{\frac{c}{c}+\frac{v_{a}u_{a}}{c^{2}} }

w_{a}=\frac{v_{a}+u_{a}}{\delta_{c}^{-1}+\frac{v_{a}u_{a}}{c^{2}} }

Listen, the delta number δc equals one when we want to investigate the luminal components or aspects of accelerated motion, and just like the delta number δ for the addition of absolute uniform velocities, in the addition of absolute accelerated velocity the delta number δis its reciprocal.

And just like the addition law for absolute uniform velocities afore-described, the absolute accelerated velocity wa above is less than va+ua because the product vaua is less than c2.

So, to frame K the cantaloupe moves in accelerated space with the accelerated velocity wa deduced above according to the subtle laws and principles of absolute relativity. The absolute accelerated velocity addition law applies exclusively to accelerating ponderable bodies because they are exclusively governed by the weak phase of the principle of non-inertia. 

The above reveals to us what is really happening for accelerating ponderable bodies according to the laws of absolute relativity which we cannot observe in relative, physical space and time because they are occurring in absolute, metaphysical space and time.

Three Cars in Relative Motion

I want you to come to realize that the current mysteries of science like dark energy, dark matter, black holes etc are all evidence of a higher kind of science in the universe. This kind of science is absolute science. We cannot by any means resolve these mysteries using relative science. We all must ascend.

Absolute science is now the new edifice of science we all must build our understanding of the universe on, and the addition of absolute accelerated velocities above can be reduced to the addition of relative change in velocities according to relative science.

Let’s now proceed to the addition of absolute accelerations.

The Addition of Absolute Accelerations

When we want to truly investigate the accelerated motion of electrical (charged) bodies, we must realize that they carry absolute acceleration which is the absolute quantity that enables them to attempt to offer lesser resistance to accelerated motion than light. 

For accelerating electrical bodies, light ac is the least resistance to uniform accelerated and as such light accelerates in the atom. This is the basic understanding of the absolute relativity of accelerated motion of electrical bodies which is neither found in special relativity or in quantum mechanics.

Just like for ponderable bodies, we will deduce the addition of absolute acceleration from the question: If frame K’ in the atom moves at absolute acceleration +av in the Δx-direction with respect to frame K, and K’ throws a cantaloupe at absolute acceleration +au in the Δx-direction relative to himself, at what absolute acceleration aw does frame K which is at accelerated rest absolutely observe the cantaloupe C to travel?

For accelerating electrical (charged) bodies the form of rest we identify is accelerated rest. In the electrical universe or atomic world, accelerated rest is the only form of rest that describes the absolute relativity of electrical (charged) bodies.

The procedure for the deduction for the addition of absolute acceleration is the same as those for the other two absolute quantities explained above.

We will deduce the addition of absolute acceleration from the transformation below:

\begin{bmatrix}a_{c}d\tau'\\\Delta x'\\\end{bmatrix}=\begin{bmatrix}\alpha_{e}&-\alpha_{e}\beta_{a}\\-\alpha_{e}\bet_{a}&\alpha_{e}\\\end{bmatrix}=\begin{bmatrix} a_{c}d\tau\\\\\Delta x\\\end{bmatrix}

Let’s have that frame K’ moves with the inertia or absolute acceleration velocity av in the Δx-direction in accelerated space with respect to frame K which is at accelerated rest. Also, a cantaloupe thrown by an observer in frame K’ travels with inertia or absolute acceleration au in the Δx-direction in accelerated space relative to frame K’.

So, at what inertia or absolute acceleration aw does the observer at accelerated rest absolutely observe the cantaloupe to travel? Let’s also have that the throwing event P of the cantaloupe is at the 5-origin of both frames where  (acdτ’, Δx’)=(acdτ, Δx)=(0, 0) and the 5-origin of frame K’ is not denoted by any subscript comma.  

Now, imagine that at some tau time later in frame K’ the cantaloupe explodes, this explosion event E should occur at coordinates (acdτ, Δx’=(acdτ, audτ) in frame K’. In frame K, by applying the absolute non-inertial transformation above E now occurs at,

a_{c}d\tau'=\alpha_{e}\.a_{c}\.d\tau + \alpha_{e}\.\beta_{a}\. \Delta x

\Delta x'=\alpha_{e}\.\beta_{a}\.a_{c}\.d\tau+\alpha_{e} \.\Delta x

N. B: In one of my future articles I will enlighten you more about the implications of tau time in the atomic world and which simply represents the product of uniform and accelerated times.

Remember that in absolute relativity light ac in the above matrix is the least resistance to accelerated motion and in relative science or the physical universe, it implies the acceleration of lightThis method defines absolute relativity.

Now, dividing Δx’ by to get according to the principles of absolute relativity the absolute acceleration aw of the cantaloupe relative to frame K,

\frac{\Delta x'}{d\tau'}=a_{c}\;\frac{\alpha_{e}\.\beta_{a}\.a_{c}\.d\tau+\alpha_{e} \.\Delta x}{\alpha_{e}\.a_{c}\.d\tau + \alpha_{e}\.\beta_{a}\. \Delta x}

Dividing through by αe and  noting that Δx = au

a_{w}=a_{c}\;\frac{\beta_{a}\.a_{c}\.+\.a_{u}}{a_{c}\. + \.\beta_{a}\. a_{u}}

Dividing numerator and denominator by ac and noting that av = βaac, we would have that,

a_{w}=\frac{a_{v}+a_{u}}{\frac{a_{c}}{a_{c}}+\frac{a_{v}\;a_{u}}{a_{c}^{2}} }

a_{w}=\frac{a_{v}+a_{u}}{{\delta_{a}^{-1}}+\frac{a_{v}\;a_{u}}{a_{c}^{2}} }

The delta number δa equals one for the accelerated motion of electrical bodies just like the delta number δ for the addition of absolute uniform velocities. And just like the addition laws for absolute uniform velocities and absolute accelerated velocities afore-described, the absolute acceleration aw above is less than av+au because the product avau is less than ac2, which is the absolute acceleration of light.

The absolute acceleration addition law applies exclusively to accelerating electrical bodies because they are exclusively governed by the strong phase of the principle of non-inertia. 

So, to frame K, the cantaloupe moves in accelerated space with the absolute acceleration aw deduced above according to the subtle laws and principles of absolute relativity. This article reveals to you the unity of the universe. Relativistic additions of physical quantities apply to all reference frames and not only inertial reference frames. 

All that is needed is to approach our mathematical understanding of the universe with the true essence of the crucial entities such as light and gravity. We would find that all reference frames follow Euclidean laws and that Euclidean relativity satisfies and applies to all reference frames.

CEX.IO

Unlike what the division between general relativity and quantum mechanics would make us believe, the macro world and the micro world or world of atoms follow the same conceptual framework. Absolute relativity is the conceptual framework that captures the operations of the macro and micro world.

In this blog, the unity of all things is revealed, and I also want you to know before hand that we shall also be looking at the nature of the mind. We shall probe nature to the deepest places. Our knowledge of the universe must ever increase.

Furthermore, the addition of absolute accelerations above can be taken as the addition of relative Newtonian accelerations. The metaphysical and physical universes are relatable.

Further Elucidations

In special relativity, there is no acceptance of absolute motion, but in absolute relativity, there is acceptance of absolute motion. So, what is the implication of absolute motion in absolute relativity? How can we reconcile or understand these?

Let’s discuss the implication of absolute motion for absolute relativity. In the line diagrams below for how the two forms of rest and light represent the boundaries of motion for frame K, frame K’, and the cantaloupe C.

N. B: I want you to really understand these line diagrams of light and also of gravity in absolute relativity. They are very important for the understanding how the limits of inertia predetermine physical phenomena.

Inertia and absolute relativity

Light and the Absolute Relativity of Motion

In the figure above, the blue line represents the absolute relativity of absolute uniform velocities in uniform space dx. Light is represented as -c in order to indicate that it is the least resistance to uniform motion.

Now, look at this axis and you will see that uniform rest represented as zero (inertia) is the maximum resistance to uniform motion and this is the state of motion of frame K.

Listen, both frame K’ and the cantaloupe C in motion have true inertia relative to uniform rest or frame K. The inertia of frame K’ relative to uniform rest is v while the inertia of the cantaloupe relative to uniform rest is u’

So, what the inertia of the cantaloupe u is in the addition of absolute uniform velocities deduced is the difference between the inertia of frame K’ and the cantaloupe C relative to uniform rest or frame K. This inertia difference u in absolute relativity informs us of the importance of all the crucial aspects of inertia.

Inertia is so fundamental to science and its importance cannot be overemphasized. The relativity of motion you sense is due to inertia. If you are moving in the same direction alongside a moving car, you sense a lesser inertia or speed than you would sense if you move in the opposite direction of the moving car.

In the first case of lesser speed, what you sense is the difference in inertia between you and the car relative to uniform rest, and in the second case of increased speed, what you sense is the sum of inertia between you and the car.

Absolute relativity, therefore, informs us that the cantaloupe C possesses true inertia relative to uniform rest, and if not for the principle of inertia, this is the proportion of inertia that the cantaloupe would sense. 

The same applies for frame K’. This hidden truth only becomes evident in the universe when ponderable (non-charged) bodies accelerate due to an external action which is not gravity.

If you have understood the line diagram for the uniform motion of ponderable bodies, then you will understand that for accelerating ponderable and electrical bodies which is shown below:

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Light and the Absolute Relativity of Motion

In the figure above, the green lines represent accelerate space Δx. On the left axis is the absolute relativity of absolute accelerated velocity in accelerated space, and on the left axis is the absolute relativity of absolute acceleration in accelerated space. 

For the addition of the absolute accelerated velocities of accelerating ponderable bodies on the right axis, light is represent as +c in order to indicate that it is the maximum resistance to accelerated motion, and for the addition of the absolute acceleration of electrical bodies shown on the left axis, light is represented as ac in order to indicate that light is the least resistance to accelerated motion. Also, aindicates the acceleration of light.

Now, look at the right axis and you will see that accelerated rest is represented as zero (inertia) which is the minimum resistance to accelerated motion for ponderable bodies, and on the left axis accelerated rest is the maximum resistance to accelerated motion for electrical bodies. This is the state of motion of frame K.

On the right axis for the absolute accelerated velocities for ponderable (non-charged) bodies, both frame K’ and the cantaloupe C in motion have true inertia relative to accelerated rest or frame K. The inertia of frame K’ relative to accelerated rest is va while the inertia of the cantaloupe relative to accelerated rest is ua

So, what the inertia of the cantaloupe ua is in the addition of absolute uniform velocities deduced is the difference between the inertia of frame K’ and the cantaloupe C relative to accelerated rest or frame K

Absolute relativity now informs us that frame K’ and the cantaloupe possess true inertia relative to accelerated rest and these are the proportions of inertia both will sense when in accelerated motion due to the weak phase of the principle of non-inertia. This truth becomes non-evident in the universe when both frame K’ and the cantaloupe are moved by gravity.

Also, look at the left axis and you will see that accelerated rest is represented as zero (inertia) which is the maximum resistance to accelerated motion for accelerating electrical bodies. This is the state of motion of frame K for the addition of absolute acceleration.

On the left axis for the absolute acceleration for electrical (charged) bodies, both frame K’ and the cantaloupe C in motion have true inertia relative to accelerated rest or frame K. The inertia of frame K’ relative to uniform rest is av while the inertia of the cantaloupe C relative to uniform rest is au

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So, what the inertia of the cantaloupe au is in the addition of absolute uniform velocities deduced is the difference between the inertia of frame K’ and the cantaloupe C relative to accelerated rest or frame K

Absolute relativity now informs us that frame K’ and the cantaloupe C possess true inertia relative to accelerated rest and these are the proportions of inertia both will experience when in accelerated motion if not because of the strong phase of the principle of non-inertia which operates in the atomic world.

Absolute relativity exposes to us the underlying importance of inertia. All the physical quantities of motion represent proportions of inertia; while uniform rest, accelerated rest, light and gravity are all limits of inertia.   

Summary

In special relativity and even in general relativity, we can only relativistically sum or add uniform velocities. According to this article, this situation is as a result of our incomplete understanding of motion and of the universe

In special and general relativity we cannot sum accelerations because we are dealing with physical space and time, but in absolute relativity, absolute acceleration which is due to absolute space and time can be perfectly summed just like we sum uniform velocities in special relativity.

These mathematical possibilities in the higher metaphysical universe enable us to establish a higher and true understanding of the universe, and these three absolute quantities have their mirror images in relative science. So, we can show the crucial relationship between the metaphysical universe and the physical universe or between absolute science and relative science.

The article shows us that the relativistic addition of the three absolute quantities is inseparable from our understanding of the triune nature of light. When we begin to see light for what it really is, as a limit of inertia, it becomes very easy to understand the unity of the universe.

Till we meet again. 

I remain your man,

– M. V. Echa

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References

Special Relativity, David W. Hogg. School of Natural Sciences Institute for Advanced Study Olden Lane Princeton NJ 08540.

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