Post-modern physics is revolutionalizing our understanding of inertia in such a subtle manner that it is important that I write this article about the difference between the experience of inertia and the sensation of inertia.
What I want to discuss in this great scientific article about the distinction between the experience and the sensation of inertia is a cornerstone discovery that has led to the new understanding of the absolute nature of the universe.
In fact, what I want to discuss with you in this scientific article is a profound wisdom hidden in the operations of the universe that it will take only the eyes that can see into the metaphysical to see and understand this profound wisdom about inertia that I speak of.
If you look into my scientific articles on inertia, you will find that I make use of these two words, experience and sensation, in a different manner to explain how inertia underlies motion in the universe.
Both words have almost similar meanings. According to Merriam-Webster dictionary, experience is defined as something personally encountered, undergone, or lived through while sensation is defined as a particular feeling or effect that your body experience or the ability to feel things through your physical senses.
It is obvious that there is a difference in the meaning of the two words even though they may seem similar. Experience is underlying and it is a broader term than sensation which is obvious and that has to do with impressions on the senses.
Now, experience, as applied to inertia, has a subtle meaning while sensation, as applied to inertia, has an obvious meaning. The understanding of how the two words, experience and sensation, are applied to explain the connection between inertia and motion is what will go a long way in exposing to you the truth about the universe.
In post-modern physics, it is said that inertia is common to all motions, both uniform and accelerated motions. This great truth is hidden from classical and modern physics which insist that inertia only applies to accelerated motion.
It is central in post-modern physics that inertia is what underlies all motions and the way to understand how is what led me to apply the two words, experience and sensation, to make this new position by post-modern physics very clear.
This is because inertia seems to be absent for uniform motion but present for accelerated motion which classical and modern physics uphold but post-modern denies this seemingly obvious observation to go ahead and inform us that inertia is present for uniform motion as it is for accelerated motion.
This is the point where if you are a physicist that understands classical physics very well, you will stop reading this scientific article and not even bother to venture into post-modern physics, but don’t. I want you to come to the true knowledge of motion forgetting what you have learnt before about motion.
Now, post-modern physics informs us that every body in motion experiences inertia even though in most cases they don’t sense inertia. I want you to read the afore sentence again and see how post-modern physics applies experience and sensation in explaining the relationship between motion and inertia.Every body in motion experiences inertia even though in most cases they don't sense inertia.Click To Tweet
So, what is now very important for our understanding of the principles of motion are the conditions that cause bodies to sense or not sense inertia which is obvious and not to experience inertia which is ever underlying.
Post-modern physics is informing us that inertia is not just a sensation that accompanies bodies in accelerated motion as classical physics would have us think, but that without inertia there cannot be motion in the universe, both uniform and accelerated motions.What is now very important for our understanding of the principles of motion are the conditions that cause bodies to sense or not sense inertia which is obvious and not to experience inertia which is ever underlying.Click To Tweet
Inertia is a pervading property of all motions in the universe. So we now talk about the sensation and the non-sensation of inertia since it is ever present.
This insight about inertia is very relevant for our understanding of the universe. It shows us that inertia can be present yet not sensed. This is how we make the important distinction between the experience and the sensation of inertia in post-modern physics.
This knowledge is what changes how we understand the principles of motion. The principles of motion such as the principle of inertia no longer become principles of true equality but of what I call sensational equality.
And in another presentation of this truth, we can say that the principles of motion such as the principle of inertia no longer become principles of experiential equality but of what I call sensational equality.
So, it happens that to understand certain phenomena in the universe there is a need to go deeper to the new truth that inertia is ever present for all motions. I will be discussing some of these phenomena in my future articles.It happens that to understand certain phenomena in the universe there is need to go deeper to the new truth that inertia is ever present for all motions.Click To Tweet
In post-modern physics, the absolute transformation of the absolute coordinate system between any two frames is now dependent on the sensational equality between them and not due to any experiential equality between them as modern physics based on the Lorentz transformation will apply.
The above is one of the important distinctions between the absolute transformation and the Lorentz transformation that you must take note of.
Even though you will find bits of what has been said in this scientific post in some of my posts, I have decided to write this scientific article separately in this blog so that I can create the necessary impression in you about this great truth and to also make you take the necessary caution when studying motion in the universe.
This great truth about the distinction between the experience and the sensation of inertia will continue in this post-modern era of physics. It will be an integral part of our discussions of physics and of our understanding of the universe.
This scientific article exposes what I most times see as a trick of nature. We should no longer be fooled to think that when we do not sense inertia that it is not present. Inertia is always present whenever we move, and it is because of its presence that we move in the first place.
Before, we had built our knowledge of the universe following our sensations which can be deceiving, but this has changed with the advent of post-modern physics which now teaches us to understand our experience of inertia and how it is different from our sensation of inertia.
Until next time,
I will be here.
– M. V. Echa