The Foundation of Absolute Motion

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Subtitle: The Three Theses of Absolute Motion

A Crucial Subject: The Non-Derivativeness of Absolute Motion

Introduction 

At the foundation of physics lies the basic understanding of motion in relation to the associated quantities of motion. Now, following a similar tradition, I want to explicitly set the foundation of absolute motion in this article. 

This article is the first of its kind because even though Newton had attempted to define absolute motion, he, however, did not set the foundation of absolute motion, rather his theory went ahead to set the foundation of relative motion. I will define these two kinds of motion shortly.

So, what I want to discuss with you about absolute motion is very subtle and absolutely fundamental to physics. The contents of this article go to our basic understanding of motion.

In this article, I will discuss the quantities of physics, of classical and post-modern physics. There is really no need to specifically consider modern physics since its quantities are the same as those for classical physics.

Specifically, I want to discuss the quantities by which we understand and model motion. In classical or standard physics, we have quantities such as speed and acceleration which are used to describe relative motion.

Now, post-modern physics is changing how we understand the quantities of motion, and this article comes as a result of this. Post-modern physics, unlike classical and modern physics, is founded on the new kind of motion called absolute motion.

So, in this article, I want to show you how absolute motion is now being understood in post-modern physics, and how post-modern physics is revolutionalizing our understanding of the universe by introducing us for the first time in scientific history to the true quantities of absolute motion.

Defining the Two Kinds of Motion

Let’s begin with the distinctions. Our interpretations of the quantities of motion, speed and acceleration, according to classical physics constitute the basis for our understanding of relative motion.

And as you may now know, relative motion defines our investigation of the motion of bodies from one relative, physical space to another relative, physical space with respect to relative, physical time. This kind of motion, relative motion, is the foundation of classical physics. It is the motion we have been studying for the past 400 years of quantitative science.

However, post-modern physics has come, and it is revealing to us how to understand a new kind of motion. This new kind of motion is called absolute motion. Absolute motion defines the post-modern investigation of the motion of bodies from one absolute, metaphysical space to another absolute, metaphysical space with respect to absolute, metaphysical time.

Absolute motion

Considering the definitions or descriptions of relative and absolute motions so far given, they look similar to their Newtonian description in the Scholium of the Principia. This is nearly true, however, post-modern physics is giving a more fitting description to absolute motion that is exact and different from Newton’s description.

In fact, both definitions of relative and absolute motions underlined above have post-modern contents because of the “physical” and “metaphysical” components in their definitions respectively that are not found in their definitions according to Newton.

These two kinds of motion are real, even though absolute motion is the true motion of the universe, and in this article, I want to discuss with you what their respective quantities of motion are and how we should understand them, especially the quantities of absolute motion.

So let’s begin with the relative quantities of relative motion which are applied and investigated in classical and modern physics.

The Two Relative Quantities

The relative quantities are simply the solely quantitative quantities of motion which we refer to as velocity and acceleration. I want you to take note of this marked distinction of the two relative quantities, velocity and acceleration, which is that they are solely quantitative. They have no quality whatsoever.

These two relative quantities, velocity and acceleration, are the quantities we deploy when we investigate relative motion which has been the concern of physics. So, now, how are they applied in physics?

In physics, velocity and acceleration are used to describe and model the two forms of motion, uniform motion and accelerated motion. Mathematically, the velocity is applied in the investigation of uniform motion such that,

v* = \frac{x}{t} \;. \;\;\;. \;\;\;. \;\;\;. \;\;(1)

In classical physics, the above represents what we can call the relative, uniform velocity v* and it is the basic quantity of uniform motion. Notice the asterisk, I use it to indicate relative quantities in this blog.

In the above expression, uniform velocity, velocity is expressed in relation to physical space x and time t. This kind of space and time are the ones we measure using meter sticks and clocks respectively, and they have no further meaning. The relative quantities are solely quantitative, and this cannot be overemphasised. 

Now, when we move to accelerated motion, we come into contact with another relative quantity referred to as acceleration or relative acceleration. And mathematically, the relative acceleration of a body in accelerated motion is expressed as,

a* = \frac{v_{{1}}* -v_{2}*}{t_{1}-t_{2}}= \frac{\Delta v*}{\Delta t} \;. \;\;\;. \;\;\;. \;\;\;. \;\;(2)

The above is the way of representing relative acceleration a* which is the quantity of accelerated motion and which describes how the relative velocity of an accelerating body changes with relative time.

Now, because both relative space and time are common to both relative velocity and relative acceleration, then relative acceleration can be expressed as a derivative of space and time. This is why relative acceleration can be expressed as,

a* = \frac{dv*}{d\.t}= \frac{d^2\.x}{d^2\. t} \;. \;\;\;. \;\;\;. \;\;\;. \;\;(2a)

The above is said to arise in classical and modern physics because relative acceleration a* is a derivative of relative velocity v* and relative velocity is a derivative of relative space x and time t. However, this does not stand as the real reason, and as I have said, the real reason is that both relative space and time are common to relative velocity and relative acceleration.

I want you to hold this thought carefully because it will be very crucial soon, and it must be restated that the derivativeness of relative motion is due to the commonness of relative space and time. So, a fundamental characteristic of relative motion is that it is derivative.

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The whole behaviour or character of relative motion described by the two relative quantities is as a result of the solely quantitative nature of space and time in relative motion. Space and time have no quality in relative motion, and a remarkable conclusion emerging from this is that relative motion is derivative. 

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What I have so far shown you about relative motion is how you have been taught to understand motion in the universe. It is the standard method of both classical and modern physics. But as I am about to show you, post-modern physics takes a new approach at investigating and understanding motion. 

The Three Absolute Quantities

Now, while at the foundation of relative motion we encounter a solely quantitative space and time, at the foundation of absolute motion, we encounter a quantitative and qualitative space and time.

This is the basis of the distinction between physical space and time and metaphysical space and time. Physical space and time are only quantitative, whereas metaphysical space and time are both quantitative and qualitative. You must understand them like this.

So, while space and time as represented for relative motion above has only dimensional property, absolute space and time to be shown to you have both dimensional and formal properties. Absolute motion is, therefore, the result of the infusion of quality into space and time.

What specifically becomes the result in relation to space and time? It then results that we have two forms of space and time. The first forms of space and time are uniform space and time, and the second forms of space and time are accelerated space and time.

I have discussed these two forms of space and time in some of my articles, and I know that it will continue to be a central theme in most of my articles on post-modern physics because it is still a new discovery. Now, the two forms of space and time result in three absolute quantities of absolute motion and they are: absolute uniform velocity, absolute accelerated velocity and absolute acceleration.

Let’s proceed to present mathematically how these three absolute quantities describe absolute motion. Now, just like relative motion, in absolute motion, we also study uniform and accelerated motions, And the absolute quantity for a body in uniform motion is represented as,

v = \frac{d\. x}{d\.t}= \;. \;\;\;. \;\;\;. \;\;\;. \;\;(3)

I want you to know that for absolute motion the letter “d” as applied above is used to denote uniform space and time and not the derivative of v. Thus, the above which represents the absolute uniform velocity of a body in uniform motion informs us that absolute uniform velocity equals uniform space dx over uniform time dt.

Also, the above obviously implies that a body in uniform motion moves in uniform space (a space with quality) and not just space (a space without quality) as the study of relative motion would have us believe. This is absolutely fundamental.

Now, when we move to absolute accelerated motion, we realize two different absolute quantities. The first one is the absolute accelerated velocity which is mathematically represented as,

v_{a} = \frac{\Delta \. x}{d\.t}= \;. \;\;\;. \;\;\;. \;\;\;. \;\;(4)

The equation above for the absolute accelerated velocity va of a body in absolute accelerated motion informs us that absolute accelerated velocity va equals accelerated space Δx over uniform time dt. The delta symbol “Δ” in post-modern physics is used to indicate either accelerated space or accelerated time and not a change in space and time. 

Now, the above obviously implies that a body in accelerated motion moves in accelerated space (a space with quality) and not just space (a space without quality) as the study of relative motion would have us believe.

Also, because of the second form of time, accelerated time, we then have the quantity called absolute acceleration which is mathematically represented as,

a = \frac {v_{a}} {\Delta t} = \frac{\Delta \. x}{d\.t \Delta t} \;. \;\;\;. \;\;\;. \;\;\;. \;\;(5)

The above is the mathematical representation of absolute acceleration a, and it shows us that absolute acceleration a equals absolute accelerated velocity va over accelerated time Δt, and in relation to absolute space and time, absolute acceleration a equals accelerated space Δx over the product of uniform time dt and accelerated time Δt.

Thus, the above shows that absolute acceleration is a derivative of absolute accelerated velocity just as relative acceleration is a derivative of relative velocity, but absolute acceleration and absolute accelerated velocity are not common derivatives of the same forms of absolute time.

Also, it must be said that there is no such thing as a change in absolute accelerated velocity, just like we have a change in relative velocity when one considers relative acceleration. This is all the more revealing to us the non-derivativeness of absolute motion. 

Therefore, in general, considering both absolute uniform motion and absolute accelerated motion, there is no real mathematical derivativeness of absolute motion because absolute space and time are not common for absolute motion.

This is very important, for the balanced quantitative and qualitative nature of space and time for absolute motion leads to the non-derivativeness of absolute motion. The three absolute quantities are qualitatively distinct from one another.

So, if the two relative quantities are results of the derivativeness of relative motion, then the three absolute quantities are results of the non-derivativeness of absolute motion. We must now begin to understand absolute motion, for absolute motion is non-derivative.

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It is obvious that the qualitative nature of space and time is what has led to the non-derivativeness of absolute motion, and considering the new fact that absolute motion represents the true nature of motion in the universe, it can, therefore, be said that motion is non-derivative.

Before we proceed to the crucial discussion which will further consolidate your new understanding of motion, let us simply state the three theses of absolute motion which are derived from our discussion so far about absolute motion.

The Three Theses of Absolute Motion

We have understood motion based on its relative description from classical physics, so before we state the three theses of absolute motion, let us state the three theses of relative motion. The three theses of relative motion are stated thus:

  1. Thesis I: Relative motion is quantitative.
  2. Thesis II: Relative motion stands on two relative quantities.
  3. Thesis III: Relative motion is derivative.

I now want to state the three theses of absolute motion so that you can compare and contrast and also come to realize that for the first time in scientific history physics may be coming to grips with the nature of absolute motion.

The three theses of absolute motion are stated thus:

  1. Thesis I: Absolute motion is both quantitative and qualitative.
  2. Thesis II: Absolute motion stands on three absolute quantities.
  3. Thesis III: Absolute motion is non-derivative.

The three theses of absolute motion are absolutely fundamental to post-modern physics, and I want you to know and understand them because as time progresses we will better understand the nature of absolute motion. 

Crucial Discussion

When we move into post-modern physics we encounter a new understanding of motion, and basic subjects just as the quantities of motion are given new meanings as this article shows.

Absolute motion is real, and the three absolute quantities are what bodies in motion really carry. And nothing else exemplifies and reveals the simplicity of the universe like the non-derivativeness of absolute motion.

Absolute motion, like I have said, is real, and it is to be distinguished from relative motion based on their three theses outlined above. For so long now we have been seeking for a way to unify physics, I want you to know today that physics cannot, and I repeat, cannot be unified on the foundation of relative motion.

The unity of the universe is founded on absolute motion. Absolute motion is the true description of motion in the universe. We have to really revisit the foundation of physics so that we can discover the true basis for understanding motion in the universe.

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Moreso, in our description of relative motion, we can describe the dynamics of the relative motion of bodies without proper consideration of light and gravity. But in the description of absolute motion, we cannot really describe the dynamics of the absolute motion of bodies without proper consideration of light and gravity.

While in relative motion, there is such a thing as the independent motion of bodies, in absolute motion, there is no such thing as the independent motion of bodies. I want you to read the article below so that you can learn more about this. 

This is very crucial. In the description of relative motion, the motion of bodies can be simply extricated from the essences of light and gravity, but in the description of absolute motion, we cannot just simply the extricate the motion of bodies from the essences of light and gravity.

This brings us to the core understanding of relativity, and why it is the fundamental theory of the universe and not quantum mechanics. The conceptual framework of quantum mechanics cannot reveal or expose the association between the motion of bodies and the absolute motions of light and gravity. Only relativity makes this attempt. 

Listen to me very carefully: modern relativity or what we can call Einsteinian relativity showed us on the grounds of relative motion, the connection between the motion of bodies and the relative essences of light and gravity.

However, post-modern relativity or what I call absolute relativity shows us on the grounds of absolute motion, the connection between the motion of bodies and the absolute essences of light and gravity.

I want you to understand that in modern relativity, light and gravity are seen as waves and they have no other essence beyond their undulatory nature. This is what I mean by the relative essences of light and gravity, and in modern relativity, the motion of bodies is connected to the relative essences of light and gravity as waves.

But in post-modern relativity, the absolute essences of light and gravity is that they are limits of inertia, and the motion of bodies is connected to the absolute essences of light and gravity as limits of inertia. This is what absolute relativity is all about, and why it is different from Einstein’s (relative) relativity.

So, the wave nature of light and gravity is a result of our investigation of relative motion. But when we proceed to the investigation of absolute motion, light and gravity become seen as the limits of inertia.

This is important because the connection between the motion of bodies and the relative essence of light and gravity as waves established by modern relativity is not as deep and inextricable as the connection between the motion of bodies and the absolute essences of light and gravity as limits of inertia established by absolute relativity.

Absolute relativity drives the principles of relativity home and it gives us the true representation of relativity. The full and complete understanding of the three absolute quantities of motion shown to you in this article can only come from the inseparable and indispensable understanding of the absolute essences of light and gravity.

The motion of bodies and the absolute essences of light and gravity are very unified in post-modern physics, and so the discussion so far about the three absolute quantities of motion are just a part of a broader and more unified picture of the universe. In post-modern physics, we are realizing a universal unification of motion, as bodies lose every sense of independent motion.

The three absolute quantities of absolute motion shown to you in this article come together with the new absolute descriptions of light and gravity to give us a new metaphysical picture of the universe that is qualitatively different from the physical world of classical physics.

Only the two inverse square laws of classical physics are incorporated into post-modern physics and the description of absolute motion. But the two inverse square law are now applied based on a new, post-modern justification for their existence in the first place. I want you to read the article below to know more about this.

In this post-modern era of physics, the investigation of relative motion must give way for the investigation of absolute motion which has already started in this great science blog.

A New Beginning

There is no doubt that the contents of this article point to a new beginning for physics. We are now refounding physics on absolute motion, and we are coming into contact with a new understanding and application of space and time.

This article on absolute motion alongside all my articles and ebooks on post-modern physics are informing us that we should no longer reckon time in years, months, days and seconds but that we should begin to reckon the true eternal time of the universe.

And that we should no longer reckon space in kilometres or meters but that we should begin to reckon the true transcendent space of the universe. Man is being called into eternity.

There is so much promise that absolute science assures us. And this blog is very important for you so that you can come to understand absolute motion completely. Read my articles, get my ebook; for we have to come together and reestablish physics on the foundation of truth. 

I have talked about how the absolute space and time of absolute motion are experiential which is obviously different from relative space and time of relative motion that are non-experiential.

Furthermore, the practical relevance of absolute space and time applied in this article will become possible as we come to understand the connection between the two non-mechanical waves in the universe and the two forms of space and time.

What do I mean? Now, whenever we interact with space and time, we always need a mediating wave. In relative, physical science light is the mediating wave during our observations of relative space and time. And in the entire relative science, physical light is the only mediating wave.

However, post-modern physics is informing us that there are two non-mechanical waves in the universe, light or the electromagnetic wave and the gravi-electromagnetic wave.

And from this new truth emerging from post-modern physics, we are realizing that we need light when we interact with uniform space and time, while we need the gravi-electromagnetic wave when we want to interact with accelerated space and time.

These new thoughts are crucial, for they reveal that all our naive interactions with uniform space and time so far has been mediated only by light. However, when we begin to engage gravi-electromagnetic wave, we will find a new interaction with accelerated space and time.

Light moves in uniform space while gravi-electromagnetic wave moves in accelerated space. So, we have to engage both kinds of non-mechanical waves in the universe in order for us to consciously investigate absolute motion.

We can no longer continue to apply relative, physical space and time as they are impressed on our senses by physical light. We must ascend to the new and true physics of the universe. 

We have to realize the intimate relationship between space, time and the two non-mechanical waves in the universe. This is how we will access the three absolute quantities revealed in this article. Also, this is a possible feat. The Theory of the Universe presents the operational principles of the two non-mechanical waves in the universe. 

 Summary 

This article reveals to you the foundation of absolute motion. It shows you the three simple theses of absolute motion, which are now the cornerstone of post-modern physics. Physics is experiencing a rebirth because of all this, and this article is not enough to capture the full ramifications of absolute motion.

But to conclude the article, I will simply like to present again the three theses of absolute motion which sums this article and which are the cornerstone of post-modern physics, and they are: absolute motion is both quantitative and qualitative, absolute motion stands on three absolute quantities, and absolute motion is non-derivative.

Until next time.

For absolute motion!

– M. V. Echa



M. V. Echa

M. V. Echa

My message is the universe, my truth is the universe, and this blog contains all you need to know about the universe, from the true nature of reality to the long-sought unity of the cosmos — which is the big picture!