The Post-modern Distinction Between Ponderable and Electrical Bodies

Subtitle: Beyond the Concept of Charge

The featured image depicts an accelerating charged body.

“Subtle is the Lord.”

Albert Einstein

This short article happens to be one of my most interesting articles. This is because what I am about to show you is very simple, yet also illuminating and tremendously exciting. I have also thought about it for some time now, and it has made me very excited. I would sometimes smirk at the universe, and say like Einstein, “subtle is the Lord.” 

Since we began to practically investigate the universe, and since the beginning of particle physics, we have realized something weird or rather profound about ponderable and electrical bodies. 

We have seen that when we placed a body, like a piece of rock, in between the terminals of an electrical accelerator, the rock doesn’t move due to the electromagnetic field in the accelerator.

Particle accelerator

A Particle Accelerator

But when we place a body, like an electron, in-between the terminals or electrodes of an electrical accelerator, the electron is accelerated and also deflected. We realize that there is a physical or obvious distinction between the piece of rock and the electron. 

And we have historically proceeded to call the piece of rock, which is a ponderable body, a non-charged body, and we call the electron, which is an electrical body, a charged body.

This distinction between bodies according to the property of charge is what defines the physical distinction of bodies. Now, I want to ask, beyond the physical or observable property of charge, is there any other distinction between charged and non-charged bodies?

In classical and modern physics, ponderable bodies are non-charged bodies while electrical bodies are charged bodies.Click To Tweet

If you have observed my articles closely, you would realize that I don’t dwell on the physical distinction between charged and non-charged bodies. This is why I prefer to refer to charged bodies as electrical bodies and non-charged bodies as ponderable bodies.

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I do this so that I can take you beyond the physical distinction between them. So, what is this metaphysical distinction which absolute relativity captures? Now, the metaphysical distinction is the distinction between ponderable bodies and electrical bodies according to their motion in absolute space and not the property of charge.

There are two forms of space in the universe, one is uniform space and the other is accelerated space, and they respectively participate in uniform motion and accelerated motion. In other words, bodies in uniform motion are moving in uniform space, while bodies in accelerated motion are moving in accelerated space.

This insight is rather simple until you realize that ponderable bodies can experience both uniform and accelerated motions, thus, ponderable bodies can move in both uniform space and accelerated space. But this is not true for electrical bodies. Electrical bodies can only move in accelerated motion, thus, they can only move in accelerated space.

This implies that if you hold a piece of rock in your right hand and an electron in your left hand, the piece of rock in your right hand is a kind of body that can move in uniform space and accelerated space, while the electron in your left hand is a kind of body that can only move in accelerated space.

I feel like conceptualizing this! So, let’s say that ponderable bodies are di-spatial bodies, while electrical bodies are uni-spatial bodies. In this conceptualization, space is applied qualitatively according to forms and not according to dimensions. Let’s define what it means for a body to be uni-spatial or di-spatial.

Def. 1: A uni-spatial body is body that can only move in one form of space, either uniform space or accelerated space, and never in both.

Def. 2: A di-spatial body is a body that can move in both uniform space and accelerated space.

The two definitions above imply that ponderable bodies, which can move in both uniform space and accelerated space, are di-spatial bodies, while electrical bodies, which can only move in accelerated space, are uni-spatial bodies.

In post-modern physics, ponderable bodies are di-spatial bodies while electrical bodies are uni-spatial bodies.Click To Tweet

The diagram below appropriately depicts the post-modern distinction between ponderable and electrical bodies according to their motion in the two forms of space. 

The distinction between ponderable and electrical bodies

Also, concerning the two forms of space, remember that I have informed you that these two forms of space arise because there are two and not one non-mechanical waves in the universe. Classical and modern physics informs us that the electromagnetic wave is the only non-mechanical wave in the universe.

This is not true. The electromagnetic wave and the gravi-electromagnetic wave are the two non-mechanical waves in the universe. I want you to always associate the two forms of space and time with the two forms of non-mechanical waves in the universe. 

It is obvious to you that this post-modern distinction between ponderable and electrical bodies which I am showing you in this short and great scientific article is completely metaphysical. Your human eyes cannot perceive these things.

The electromagnetic wave and the gravi-electromagnetic wave are the two non-mechanical waves in the universe.Click To Tweet

However, this is what makes post-modern physics unique. It is the beginning of our study of the metaphysical universe. I want us to go deeper in our understanding of the universe. We should not dwell on the physical property of charge as the major distinction between ponderable and electrical bodies. 

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I want us to also realize how the different experiences of absolute motion by ponderable bodies and electrical bodies determine their distinctive features. This new way takes us back to fundamentals of motion, and we realize that there are three kinds of motion in the universe because of the post-modern distinction between ponderable and electrical bodies.

This is why in post-modern physics like, we study motion at three levels, which are: the uniform motion of ponderable bodies, the accelerated motion of ponderable bodies, and the accelerated motion of electrical bodies.

Correspondingly, there are three qualitatively different absolute quantities of motion. Ponderable bodies in uniform motion carry the absolute uniform velocity, while ponderable bodies in accelerated motion carry directly the absolute accelerated velocity, and while accelerating electrical bodies carry the absolute acceleration.

These three absolute quantities apply exclusively to the three variants of motion. The post-modern distinction between ponderable and electrical bodies importantly connects qualitatively and fundamentally to the experiences of motion. It gives us deeper insight into reality and motion than the classical and modern distinction of ponderable and electrical bodies according to charge.

In most of my articles, I only follow the post-modern distinction between ponderable bodies and electrical bodies. This is particularly because absolute relativity is very dependent on this approach. Taking the path of classical and modern physics would greatly hinder us from understanding the universe, as they have always done.

Also, the post-modern distinction between ponderable and electrical bodies brings you to the understanding or knowledge of forms which is an aspect of post-modern science. For the past 400 years, science has been solely quantitative, and only interested in the proportions of the physical aspects of reality, such as space, time, light, gravity etc.

An accelerating bullet

The accelerating bullet in the image above is moving in accelerated space and not uniform space. Image source: sciencing.com

Post-modern science is introducing us to the qualitative aspects of reality. The great conceptualization of post-modern physics shown to you in the diagram above, captures both the quantitative and the qualitative aspects of reality as they apply to absolute space and time.

The post-modern distinction between ponderable bodies and electrical bodies reveals that when you (being a ponderable body) move in uniform motion, you are moving in uniform space, and when you move in accelerated motion, you are moving in accelerated space. You are a di-spatial body. 

This is the qualitative nature of motion which forces us to accept, against our contrary materialistic science, the metaphysical nature of the universe. These two forms of space cannot be perceived by our senses.     

The accelerating particle shown in the featured image is moving in accelerated space and not uniform space. And remember that electrical bodies are uni-spatial bodies, therefore, the accelerating particle can only move in accelerated space.

These things I teach you today are imperceptible to your senses, however, they are truth. I really want you to understand the way of the unified field.

In classical and modern physics, we have applied the physical distinction between ponderable and electrical bodies according to the property of charge, but in post-modern physics, we shall apply the metaphysical distinction between ponderable and electrical bodies according to their experience of absolute motion.

So, see beyond the concept of charge.

Until next time.

Your man,

– M. V. Echa



This article will further enlighten you on absolute space and time, which are the kind of space and time I talk about in post-modern physics.

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!