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The Two Relative Wave Equations of Light
The wave equation is an equation which shows the relationship between the transformation of the shape of a wave and its velocity. In this article, I want to show you the two post-modern wave equations of light and how they alter and extend our understanding of light.
If you are already familiar with post-modern physics, you should have known that light has three absolute essences and two relative essences. You can read about them in this article. However, in this article, I want to simply state the wave equations of light based on its two relative essences.
I also want you to know that post-modern physics shows us the true cause of the wave nature of light which is a consequence of the principle of non-inertia. When you come to understand the principle of non-inertia, you will be illuminated on how the wave nature of light arises from this principle which is impossible to predict by classical and modern physics.
We have so much to learn about light, especially its true nature. Now, I will avoid presenting the absolute wave equations of light according to the three absolute essences of light because of certain preliminaries that are beyond the scope of this article.
More so, the absolute nature of light and even of gravity is in a way organic and they go deeper than even our mathematical equations can represent. So, if you understand the absolute natures of light, you will also understand how the absolute wave equations of light are supposed to be presented.
What I will now call the two relative wave equations of light follow from the new scientific truth that light travels at a constant speed in the ponderable world of non-charged bodies and accelerates in the electrical world of charged bodies.
This new knowledge changes how we understand light forever, and sets us on the course towards the founding true physics. In post-modern physics, the concept of speed or velocity (and other quantities) possess not only quantitative practical meaning but also qualitative tangible meaning.
So, when I assert that light travels at a constant speed outside the atom and accelerates inside the atom, I am referring to separate manifestations of light that cannot be criss-crossed. Light imposes a qualitative boundary on itself.
And just as the speed of light has meaning outside the atomic world, so also does the acceleration of light have meaning in the atomic world of particles. This new meaning which describes light as an accelerating wave inside the atom has not been represented in physics.
The Wave Equation of Light Outside the Atom
So, the common wave equation we already have only applies outside the atom. This wave equation in relation to the speed of light c is written as,
Where c is the speed of light.
The above equation is the wave equation of light relative to ponderable bodies. It is not the wave equation of light relative to electrical bodies. This is the new post-modern understanding of the above classical wave equation of light.
And when you come to understand how bodies experience absolute time, you will know that the above equation results from the uni-temporal experience of time outside the atom. Our experience of light as a wave carrying constant speed c is associated with our uni-temporal experience of time.
The Wave Equation of Light Inside the Atom
In the atomic world and relative to electrical bodies, the wave equation of light takes the form below:
Where ac is the acceleration of light.
In the above equation τ is tau time. I sometimes use tau as an imprint to indicate to you the absolute, metaphysical foundation where the post-modern equations like the one above come from.
Metaphysics is unapologetically the new foundation for understanding the true nature of the universe. So, don’t be deceived by how simple and apparently physical my equations might be, they all emerge from metaphysics. This is the new scientific method.
Tau time in the above expression is as a result of the new insight that electrical bodies in the atomic world have a di-temporal experience of time. I want you to read this my article to further understand what I mean by uni-temporal and di-temporal experiences of time.
These two beautiful waves equation no doubt expands our understanding of light, and I want you to realize that it is the wave nature of light in relation to its acceleration and not its constant speed that is relevant for post-modern quantum mechanics. Read this my article below on the post-modern form of Schrodinger’s equation.
The new quantum mechanics is associated with force and energy in Joules/s2 which are the quantities light possesses inside the atomic world. The two wave equations just as the new post-modern quantum mechanics show us the observer-atom based experiences of light.
To an observer outside the atom, the first wave equation related to the speed of light c satisfies his experience of light, but to an electrical particle inside the atom, the second wave equation related to the acceleration of light ac satisfies its experience of light.
Our prior lack of knowledge of these different experiences of light between an observer and the atom had been responsible for the lack of unity between macro physics and micro physics, and this has been the missing component necessary to give us an intuitive understanding of quantum mechanics.
Furthermore, the first wave equation of light which applies outside the atomic world is governed or founded on the (absolute) principle of inertia, while the second wave equation of light inside the atomic world is governed or founded on the principle of non-inertia.
These two core principles underlie uniform and accelerated motions. The principle of non-inertia is the missing component in other eras of physics required to give us the true understanding of accelerated motion, both inside and outside the atomic world.
The time has come for us to formally establish the acceleration of light in physics just as the speed of light is formally established. The acceleration of light is the relative essence of light in the atomic world, and upon it have I derived the second wave equation of light shown to you in this article.
Until next time.
– M. V. Echa