# How the Principle of Non-inertia Is Applied in Post-modern Physics

In this short scientific post, I want to make it clear to you how the new principle of non-inertia is applied in post-modern physics to explain the accelerated motion of ponderable and electrical bodies.

In talking about the application of the principle of non-inertia, I am referring to the semantics involved in how it is presented in post-modern physics.

Basically, in post-modern physics, the principle of non-inertia is a principle that states that accelerated rest and accelerated motion are indistinguishable. And it is a principle that has two phases in post-modern physics.

So, in post-modern physics, we have that the two phases are the weak phase of the principle of non-inertia which applies to ponderable bodies in accelerated motion and the strong phase of the principle of non-inertia which applies to electrical bodies in accelerated motion.

Now, where it gets somehow confusing and thus needs clarification is that under the weak phase of the principle of non-inertia, we have the weak and the strong manifestations of the principle of non-inertia.

And under the strong phase of the principle of non-inertia, we only have the strong manifestation of the principle of non-inertia.

So, we are seeing a semantic application of the words “weak” and “strong” for both the phase and the manifestation of the principle of non-inertia. This is why this article is important so that you can understand how the words “weak” and “strong” are applied to the different phases and manifestations of one principle.

The physics behind all these semantics and which should make everything clear to you is that under the weak phase of the principle of non-inertia for ponderable bodies, the weak manifestation of the principle of non-inertia is what causes accelerating ponderable bodies to sense inertia.

While the strong manifestation of the principle of non-inertia is what causes accelerating ponderable bodies not to sense inertia and both of these manifestations, for emphasis, are under the weak phase of the principle of non-inertia.

It is even because the non-sensation of inertia is not common to all forms of accelerated motion for ponderable bodies that it is said that they are governed by the weak phase of the principle of non-inertia.

For further clarity, the weak phase of the principle of non-inertia is named as such because in this phase the principle of non-inertia can be violated. This violation is what causes the sensation of inertia for ponderable bodies during accelerated motion which in turn makes accelerated motion distinguishable from accelerated rest.

The weak phase of the principle of non-inertia is named as such because in this phase the principle of non-inertia can be violated.Click To Tweet

But under the strong phase of the principle of non-inertia for electrical bodies, only the strong manifestation of the principle of non-inertia is experienced in that inertia is not sensed for all forms of accelerated motion of electrical bodies.

The strong phase of the principle of non-inertia is named as such because in this phase the principle of non-inertia cannot be violated. There is never a case of the sensation of inertia for all electrical bodies in accelerated motion.

The strong phase of the principle of non-inertia is named as such because in this phase the principle of non-inertia cannot be violated.Click To Tweet

The above is why electrical bodies in accelerated motion are said to be governed by the strong phase of the principle of non-inertia in the first place.

You really have to look at the above-underlined paragraphs in order to understand how the principle of non-inertia is applied in post-modern physics. And this can be gotten from the understanding of the basic wordplay of “weak” and “strong”.

Under the weak phase of the principle of non-inertia, we have the weak and the strong manifestations of the principle of non-inertia, while under the strong phase of the principle of non-inertia, we only have the strong manifestation of the principle of non-inertia.

The above is how the principle of non-inertia is applied in post-modern physics and I want you to grasp it as it will be applied as such in this post-modern era of physics.

For further clarity, let me outline them as follows:

1. The weak phase of the principle of non-inertia accelerating for ponderable bodies:

i. The weak manifestation (or the violation) of the principle of non-inertia

ii. The strong manifestation (or the non-violation) of the principle of non-inertia

2. The strong phase of the principle of non-inertia for accelerating electrical bodies:

i. The strong manifestation (or the non-violation) of the principle of non-inertia

You may be wondering why the principle of non-inertia is presented as such which is obviously different from how the principle of inertia is presented.

I want you to know that the above is how the principle of non-inertia as a single principle can apply differently to the accelerated motions of ponderable and electrical bodies.

The above is how the principle of non-inertia takes its place as the universal principle for all accelerated motions in the universe.

The principle of inertia has no such demarcations or sub-divisions because it only applies to ponderable bodies which are the only kind of bodies that undergo uniform motion in the universe. Read this my scientific post on the three variants of motion.

One thing I want to let you know from this scientific article is that the understanding of the phases and the manifestations of the principle of non-inertia will go a long way in assisting us to accomplish certain technological feats in this post-modern era.

And the technological feats that I am referring to are those that have to do with the careful control and the manipulation of our sensation of accelerated motion.

I promise to discuss in particular one of these technological feats in a future scientific article. I would have done that here, in this article, but it is really beyond the scope of this scientific article as some other factors and principles would have to be considered.

Nevertheless, only the adequate understanding of the principle of non-inertia and how it applies differently to electrical and ponderable bodies can assist us to accomplish these feats.

The principle of non-inertia can be violated by accelerating ponderable bodies but it cannot be violated by accelerating electrical bodies and these different applications of the principle of non-inertia to the accelerated motions of ponderable and electrical bodies are profound mysteries that distinguish both of them and that were not known in physics until today.

This scientific article is making you realize that it is important that we don’t only know the principle of non-inertia as it should be exactly stated but that we also know its different applications to the accelerated motion of ponderable and electrical bodies.

I must let you know that I would not have found or discovered how the principle of non-inertia applies differently to the accelerated motion of ponderable and electrical bodies without the assistance of the orthogonality principle.

The orthogonality principle is the bedrock of all the other six absolute principles of the universe. It is what led to the principle of inertia and also to the principle of non-inertia, and without it, I would not have fully grasped the principle of non-inertia and its different applications in the universe.

So, this article basically informs us about how the principle of non-inertia is applied in post-modern physics and it informs us that the principle of non-inertia is applied in such a manner that it has two phases in the universe, which are the weak phase and the strong phase.

And that under the weak phase of the principle of non-inertia, we have its weak and strong manifestations, while under the strong phase of the principle of non-inertia, we only have its strong manifestation.

Until next time,

I will be here.

– 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!