The Three Conservation Laws of the Universe

Subtitle: Collisions

Introduction

Contrary to modern relativity, there are three qualitatively different conservation laws in the universe and not one. In this scientific article, I want to show you these three conservation laws and how they apply to the motion of bodies. In this article, which is related to my other article, we would derive the resultant absolute quantity of motion for the resultant mass of a system of two collided bodies in the ponderable (non-charged) and electrical (charged) universes.

In special relativity, we find only the conservation of (relative) 4-momentum, and it is so in today’s science. Since the beginning of science, we have only studied or investigated the conservation of momentum.

However, you and I know of another physical quantity which we call force. Now, have you ever stopped to wonder why there is no such thing as the conservation of force in the entire edifice of today’s science?

Where is the conservation of force in our study of the universe? Can the universe conserve momentum and not conserve force? No. I want you to understand the unity of all things by asking yourself profound questions such as these. There are much more in today’s science, and even if you don’t come to answer these questions, then at least your doubts about our understanding of the universe will be certain.

I am aware that some classical physicists had proposed the concept of conservation of force especially Hermann Helmholtzbut they did not do so in the manner in which we discuss or investigate the conservation of momentum. You will realize this shortly in this article.

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We are living in a very meticulous universe, that is very concerned about the application of its principles and methods to all domains in a respective manner. In this article, I want to reveal to you some profound truths about the universe and its three conservation laws, and I also want you to know that these truths are hidden from relative science.

Stating the Three Conservation Laws

In this article, I want to move you from what you already understand about the conservation of relative 4-momentum in special relativity to the new understanding of these three conservations  laws that you should have in absolute relativity.

Also, in this article, we shall be elucidating the three conservation laws of the universe from a common case of collision. This common case of collision to be investigated is such that a body of mass m and which is at rest is hit by another body of equal mass m.

The resultant event becomes that both bodies move together, and this system of two bodies is at first assumed to have mass 2m. So, we will be discussing the three conservation laws within the context of relativistic collisions.

Now, in special relativity, when we want to derive the resultant 4-velocity of the system of two bodies with the same mass, we proceed to equalize the respective components of the resultant 4-momentum vector of the moving system of two masses with the components of the 4-momentum vector of the mass m which had collided with the body at rest. This gives us the result below:

v'*=\frac{\gamma v*}{\gamma +1}

In the above expression v’* is the velocity of the system, v* is the velocity of one of the bodies with mass m and γ is the Lorentz factor

This mathematical procedure is done because of the law of conservation of 4-momentum which informs us that the 4-momentum of the system before collision is the same as that of the system after the collision. This is a core principle in special relativity and in the rest of classical and especially modern physics.

The first wrong premise in this principle is to assume that it applies in all domains. No, this principle is only limited to ponderable bodies in uniform motion. Physicists have this tendency to want to apply the results and principles of special relativity not only to all accelerated frames, but also to electrical bodies. 

This is a very wrong approach. Listen, ponderable bodies in uniform and accelerated motion are governed by two qualitatively different relativistic principles, and electrical (charged) bodies are governed by relativistic principles that are different from those that govern ponderable (non-charged) bodies.

Not understanding this has spun so many errors in today’s science. Just take a look at modern physics. You will find particle physicists applying the results of special relativity to accelerating electrical bodies or particles. This is even how relativity is been taught today. It is a very wrong practice.

Do you know why? This is because light has different essences in the ponderable and electrical universes, and so if you follow these changes in the essence of light, you would realize that you cannot, and I repeat, cannot apply the same relativistic principles to non-charged and charged bodies. This wrong practice in today’s science is due to the absence of illumination.

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So the three conservation laws are emerging from the three essences of light. The first for uniformly moving ponderable bodies, the second for accelerating ponderable bodies, and the third for accelerating electrical bodies, all according to the three variants of motion.

Now, let’s state accordingly the three conservation laws of the universe.

The First Law: The Conservation of Absolute 4-Momentum

The conservation of absolute 4-momentum states that for the collision of two ponderable bodies in uniform motion, absolute 4-momentum is conserved.

The conservation of absolute 4-momentum stated above applies only to ponderable (non-charged) bodies in uniform motion. The above conservation of absolute 4-momentum is similar to, but fundamentally different from the conservation of relative 4-momentum in special relativity.

This is because the conservation of absolute 4-momentum is founded on the true essence of light as a limit of inertia, which is different from the conservation of 4-momentum that is founded on the superficial essence of light as a speed limit.

Thus, in the above conservation of absolute 4-momentum, light is seen as the least resistance to uniform motion.

The Second Law: The Conservation of Absolute 5-Momentum

Let’s simply state the conservation of absolute 5-momentum which applies to accelerating ponderable bodies:

The conservation of absolute 5-momentum states that for the collision of two ponderable bodies in accelerated motion, absolute 5-momentum is conserved.

The conservation of absolute 5-momentum differs from the conservation of absolute 4-momentum because differently from uniformly moving ponderable bodies, for all accelerating ponderable bodies light is seen as the maximum resistance to accelerated motion.

There are two qualitatively different kinds of momentum in the universe, which are the absolute 4-momentum and the a absolute 5-momentum. I want you to understand that there is a qualitative difference in the momentum (4-momentum) that applies to uniformly moving ponderable bodies and the momentum (5-momentum) which applies to accelerating ponderable (non-charged) bodies.

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In today’s science, we indiscriminately apply quantitative momentum to both ponderable bodies in uniform motion and those in accelerated motion without realizing that ponderable bodies in uniform motion and those in accelerated motion do not follow the same conservation laws.

While this practice is good for practical purposes, it is not useful for pure understanding. I want you to understand the two conservations of absolute momentum as thus presented.

Understanding c in Absolute Science

I know that I have discussed how to interpret light c in absolute science in some of my articles, however in this article, I want to further clarify you on how to understand this very important concept. In absolute relativity, light is represented as c which equally represents the magnitude of the inertia of light to uniform and accelerated motions.

In the ponderable universe, this letter c applies the same for uniform and accelerated motions because of the resistance of light to uniform motion and accelerated motion is the same, despite the different essences of light for uniform and accelerated motions.

You already know that in the ponderable universe light is the least resistance to uniform motion, and it is also the maximum resistance to accelerated motion. However, the magnitude of the resistances of light to uniform and accelerated motion is constant, and this constant magnitude is what is depicted as c in absolute relativity. Please understand this.

Now, you must understand that when you move into relative science which describes the physical universe, this magnitude of inertia c which applies differently to both the uniform and accelerated motions of ponderable bodies is depicted or seen superficially as the speed of light 299792458 m/s.

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In absolute science which describes the metaphysical universe, c is simply the magnitude of inertia of light in uniform and accelerated spaces. So, the constancy of the speed of light which we have verified countless times and which is the central thesis of Einstein’s special relativity arises because light being a limit of inertia offers a constant resistance to both uniform and accelerated motions.

I don’t distinguish the magnitudes of light in uniform and accelerated spaces. I guess I just want us to understand this subtlety without any mathematical depiction. Let it be our little secret or method.

I want you to understand where the laws of relative science come from. You may also be wondering how light can carry inertia and we don’t feel it. Listen, this is because mass or matter is not separate from gravi-electromagnetic wave of which light is a constituent. The mass of our bodies is the gravi-electromagnetic content we contain. We emerged from light itself, and so we are one with the unified field.

This upper air (gravi-electromagnetic wave) is our natural environment, and just as a fish in water doesn’t know it’s in water, so we also don’t know that we are immersed in (and even emerged from) the upper ethereal air. We cannot feel the inertia of the unified field. This is one of the greatest mysteries of the universe, and also why we have failed to understand the true operations of the aether.

In this blog, I will enlighten you more on the real nature of the aether. Let’s now proceed to the third conservation law of the universe.

The Third Law: The Conservation of Absolute Force

When we move or investigate the electrical universe or the atomic world we comer across the law of conservation of absolute force which states that:

The conservation of absolute force states that for the collision of two electrical bodies in accelerated motion, absolute force is conserved.

The conservation of absolute force, which is qualitatively distinct from the Newtonian force, is usually the force I discuss in this blog. The existence of the conservation of force further reveals the wrong premises of modern science.

We even apply the conservation of momentum in the atomic world. This is wrong science, because in the atomic world there is no such thing as the conservation of momentum, only the conservation of absolute force. Understand this.

The conservation of force which would be shown to you in this article is not a mathematical trickery, it is a simple and profound principle which like I have said applies in the atomic world.

The Three Conservation Laws and the Three Collisions in the Universe

Now, remember that I have informed you of the three qualitatively different kinds of collisions in the universe. I will outline them again:

  1. The Uniform Collision of Ponderable Bodies

The uniform collision of ponderable bodies simply refers to colliding ponderable (non-charged) bodies in uniform motion. The conservation of absolute 4-momentum applies exclusively to the uniform collision of ponderable (non-charged) bodies. 

Now, we also have in the ponderable universe,

      2. The Accelerated Collision of Ponderable Bodies

The accelerated collision of ponderable bodies simply refers to colliding ponderable (non-charged) bodies in accelerated motion. The conservation of absolute 5-momentum applies exclusively to the accelerated collision of ponderable (non-charged) bodies. 

However, when we move into the electrical universe or atomic world, we have only one form of collision which is

      3. The Accelerated Collision of Electrical Bodies

The accelerated collision of electrical bodies simply refers to colliding electrical (charged) bodies in accelerated motion. The conservation of absolute force applies exclusively to the accelerated collision of electrical (charged) bodies. 

Now, let’s look relativistically at the three conservation laws of the universe and how they apply to the three qualitatively different collisions in the universe.

The Uniform Collision of Ponderable Bodies and the Conservation of Absolute 4-momentum

The diagram below shows the uniform collision of two ponderable bodies with the same mass m.  The collision of the two ponderable (non-charged) bodies is shown in A. In B, the lumped mass M consisting of the masses of the collided bodies move uniformly with absolute uniform velocity v’x.

Uniform collision in the ponderable universe

Absolute Relativity: Uniform Collision in the Ponderable Universe

As shown above in A for uniform collision, two ponderable bodies of equal masses m collide in such a manner that one of the bodies is moving uniformly in uniform space with absolute uniform velocity vx and the other is at uniform rest which is indicated by the blue line which shows the flow of uniform time dt.

So, we have that the absolute 4-momentum vector for the uniformly moving ponderable body becomes,   

dp_{u}=(\alpha mc,\; \alpha mv_{x},\; 0, \;0)

Where \alpha=\frac{\delta}{\sqrt{1-\frac{v_{x}^{2}}{c_^2}}

Listen, for the absolute 4-momentum vector written above, light c is the least resistance to uniform motion and vx is absolute uniform velocity. Thus, in absolute relativity, the absolute 4-momentum equals mass times absolute uniform velocity.

Also, and since the inertial factor α equals one (\alpha\;=\;1) for the ponderable body at uniform rest the absolute 4-momentum vector for the ponderable body is represented as,  

dp_{r}=(mc,\; 0,\; 0, \;0)

As shown in B in the above diagram for uniform collision, when the uniformly moving ponderable body collides with the ponderable body at uniform rest the resulting system composed of the lumped masses of the two bodies now move in uniform motion with absolute uniform velocity v’x.

The total 4-momentum of the system before the uniform collision is gotten from,

dp\;=\;dp_{u}+dp_{r}\;=\;(|\alpha+1|mc,\; \alpha mv_{x},\; 0,\; 0)

After collision, the total 4-momentum of the system which moves in uniform space may be represented as,

dp_{R}=(\alpha' Mc,\; \alpha' Mv'_{x},\; 0, \;0)

Where the inertial factor \alpha'=\frac{\delta}{\sqrt{1-\frac{v'_{x}^{2}}{c_^2}}

Now, the absolute uniform velocity of the resultant mass M can be gotten from the above two vectors. This is because by the conservation of absolute 4-momentum dp dpR, which means that the two vectors are equal, component by component. Thus,

\alpha' Mc=|\alpha+1|mc

\alpha' Mv'_{x}=\alpha mv_{x}

The ratio of the two components above would result in

v'_{x}=\frac{\alpha \: v_{x}}{\alpha+1}\:\gt \frac{v_{x}}{2}\;\;\;.\;\;\;\;.\;\;\;\;\;\;.\;(1)

The above expression for the absolute uniform velocity v’x of the system of mass M is similar to that deduced in special relativity but for the above, we have a different essence of light as the least resistance to uniform motion, which is the most important information, and which results in the above expression in absolute relativity.

The above also shows that the absolute uniform velocity of the system v’x is greater than vx/2, which is what the laws of classical physics would also expect in absolute relativity. We have derived the above expression (1) because of the conservation of absolute 4-momentum. This is fundamentally different from the conservation of relative 4-momentum in special relativity. 

Let’s now proceed to the second conservation law in the universe.

The Accelerated Collision of Ponderable Bodies and the Conservation of Absolute 5-momentum

The diagram below shows the accelerated collision of two ponderable bodies with the same mass m.  The collision of the two ponderable (non-charged) bodies is shown in A. In B, the lumped mass M consisting of the masses of the collided bodies accelerate with absolute accelerated velocity v’a.

Accelerated collision in the ponderable universe

Absolute Relativity: Accelerated Collision in the Ponderable Universe

As shown above in A for accelerated collision, two ponderable bodies of equal masses m collide in such a manner that one of the bodies is accelerating in accelerated space with absolute accelerated velocity va and the other is at uniform rest which is indicated by the flow of uniform time dt. In this case of accelerated collision, the body at rest can be taken to be at accelerated rest, remember the correspondence principle.

So, we have that the 5-momentum vector for the accelerating ponderable body is represented as,   

\Delta p_{a}=(\alpha_{{p}} mc,\; \alpha_{{p}} \:mv_{a},\; 0, \;0)

Where the luminal non-inertial factor for ponderable (non-charged) bodies  \alpha_{{p}}=\frac{\delta_{c}}{\sqrt{1-\frac{v_{a}^{2}}{c_^2}}

Listen, for the absolute 5-momentum vector written above, light c is the maximum resistance to accelerated motion and va is absolute accelerated velocity. Thus, in absolute relativity, the absolute 5-momentum equals mass times absolute accelerated velocity.

Also, and since the luminal non-inertial factor αp equals one (\alpha_{{p}}\;=\;1) for the ponderable body at uniform rest, the absolute 5-momentum vector for the ponderable body is then represented as, 

\Delta p_{{r}}=(mc,\; 0,\; 0, \;0)

As shown in B in the diagram above for accelerated collision, when the accelerating ponderable body collides with the ponderable body at uniform rest, the resulting system composed of the lumped masses of the two bodies now move in accelerated motion with absolute accelerated velocity v’a.

The total 5-momentum of the system before the uniform collision is gotten from,

\Delta p\;=\;\Delta p_{a}+\Delta p_{r}\;=\;(|\alpha_{{p}}+1|mc,\; \alpha_{{p}} mv_{a},\; 0,\; 0)

After collision, the total 5-momentum of the system which moves in accelerated space may be represented as,

\Delta p_{R}=(\alpha'_{{p}}\:Mc,\; \alpha'_{{p}} \:Mv'_{a},\; 0, \;0)

Where \alpha'_{{p}}=\frac{\delta_{c}}{\sqrt{1-\frac{v'_{a}^{2}}{c_^2}}

Now, the absolute accelerated velocity v’a of the resultant mass M can be gotten from the above two vectors. This is because by the conservation of absolute 5-momentum Δ= ΔpR, which means that the two vectors are equal, component by component. Thus,

 \alpha'_{p}Mc=|\alpha_{p}+1|mc

\alpha'_{p} Mv'_{a}=\alpha_{p} mv_{a}

The ratio of the two components above would result in

v'_{a}=\frac{\alpha_{p} \:v_{a}}{\alpha_{p}+1}\;\gt\; \frac{v_{a}}{2} \;\;\;\;\;.\;\;\;\;\;.\;\;\;\;\;.\;(2)

The above expression for the absolute accelerated velocity v’a of the system of mass M is similar to that deduced in uniform collision, but for the above, we have a different essence of light c which is the maximum resistance to accelerated motion and not the least resistance to uniform motion.

The above also shows that the absolute accelerated velocity of the system v’a is greater than va/2, which is what the laws of classical physics would also expect in absolute relativity. We have derived the above expression (2) because of the conservation of absolute 5-momentum.

The conservation of absolute 5-momentum is qualitatively different from the conservation of absolute 4-momentum which has been shown to apply to uniformly moving ponderable bodies.

We cannot deduce these two equations (1) and (2) from the two conservation laws without light having different essences for uniformly moving ponderable bodies and for accelerating ponderable bodies. Understand this.

In today’s science, we only see light as a wave with speed 299792458 m/s and we apply this speed in all domains. No, we shouldn’t continue to do this if we must understand all things. We must now incorporate the true essence of light into our equations. 

The Accelerated Collision of Electrical Bodies and the Conservation of Absolute Force

The diagram below shows the accelerated collision of two electrical bodies or particles of equal mass m.  The collision of the two electrical (charged) bodies is shown in A. In B, the lumped mass M consisting of the masses of the collided bodies accelerate with absolute acceleration a’x.

Accelerated collision in the electrical universe

Absolute Relativity: Accelerated Collision in the Electrical Universe

The above diagram is that for the accelerated collision of electrical bodies, and you can see that it is distinct or different from the other two diagrams for collisions in the ponderable universe. 

As shown in A, two electrical bodies of equal masses m collide in such a manner that one of the bodies is accelerating in accelerated space with absolute acceleration ax and the other is at accelerated rest which is indicated by the blue and green lines that respectively shows the flow of uniform time dt and accelerated time Δt.

So, we have that the force vector for the accelerating electrical body becomes, 

\Delta F_{a}=(\alpha_{{e}}ma_{{c}},\;\alpha_{{e}}\:ma_{x},\;0,\;0)

Where  \alpha_{{e}}=\frac{\delta_{a}}{\sqrt{1-\frac{a_{x}^{2}}{a_{}_{{c}}^2}}

Listen, for the absolute force vector written above, light ac is the least vertical resistance to accelerated motion and according to relative science, this implies the acceleration of light; and ax is absolute acceleration. Thus, in absolute relativity, the absolute force equals mass times absolute acceleration.

Author’s Note: The author of this article would elucidate in the nearest future the distinctions between Newtonian force and absolute force. However, you can know today about these distinctions in The Theory of the Universe, which is the source of the author’s knowledge. Also, in this article, we are assuming uniform acceleration of light ac.

And the force vector for the electrical body at accelerated rest is represented as, 

\Delta F_{r}=(ma_{{c}},\; 0,\; 0, \;0)

The above follows for the electrical body at accelerated rest since \alpha_{{e}}\;=\;1 for an electrical body at accelerated rest.

As shown in B, in the diagram above for accelerated collision of two electrical bodies, when the accelerating electrical body collides with the electrical body at accelerated rest, the resulting system composed of the lumped masses of the two bodies now moves in accelerated motion with absolute acceleration a’x.

The total force of the system before the accelerated collision can then be gotten from,

\Delta F\;=\;\Delta F_{a}+\Delta F_{r}\;=\;(|\alpha_{{e}}+1|ma_{{c}},\; \alpha_{{e}} ma_{x},\; 0,\; 0)

After collision, the total force of the system which moves in accelerated space may be represented as,

\Delta F_{R}=(\alpha'_{{e}} Ma_{{c}},\; \alpha'_{{e}} Ma'_{x},\; 0, \;0)

Where the luminal non-inertial factor for charged bodies \alpha'_{e}=\frac{\delta_{a}}{\sqrt{1-\frac{a'_{x}^{2}}{a_{}_{{c}}^2}}

Now, the absolute acceleration a’x of the resultant mass M can be gotten from the above two vectors. This is because by the conservation of absolute force Δ= ΔFR, which means that the two vectors are equal, component by component. Thus,

\alpha'_{e}Ma_{c}=|\alpha_{e}+1|ma_{c}

\alpha'_{e} Ma'_{x}=\alpha_{e} ma_{x}

The ratio of the two components above would result in,

a'_{x}=\frac{\alpha_{e} \:a_{x}}{\alpha_{e}+1}\;\gt\; \frac{a_{x}}{2} \;\;\;\;\;.\;\;\;\;\;.\;\;\;\;\;.\;(3)

The above expression for the absolute acceleration a’x of the system of mass M is similar to that deduced for the two collisions in the ponderable universe, but for the above, we have a different essence of light as the least (vertical) resistance to accelerated motion. The conservation of force is not a mathematical trickery, it is a conservation law that arises because of the acceleration of light in the atomic world.

For emphasis, I can simply tell you that for the above equation (3), ac is the acceleration of light. This is insightful, but we are still within the limiting domain of relative science. In absolute science, light ac is the least vertical resistance to accelerated motion. I want you to understand the subtleties of nature and the laws behind the laws.

The above also shows that the absolute acceleration of the system a’x is greater than ax/2, which is what the laws of classical physics would also expect in absolute relativity. We have derived the above expression (3) because of the conservation of absolute force. This law of conservation of absolute force is different from the conservation of absolute 4-momentum and absolute 5-momentum that apply in the ponderable universe.

Crucial Discussion

Before I proceed, I want to let you know that for quantitative or practical purposes, the absolute uniform velocity can be taken as relative uniform velocity, the absolute accelerated velocity can be taken as a relative change in velocity, and the absolute acceleration can be taken as relative Newtonian acceleration.

Now, I want you to know that the implications of the three conservation laws are radical for today’s science. We have revolutionized physics at its very foundation. However, I want you to understand that these three conservation laws of the universe do not exist in the entire relative and physical universe.

These three conservation laws you have just learned about exist in the absolute metaphysical universe. The metaphysical universe is modeled by absolute science. I want you to always have this thought when you come to this blog. When we want to discuss the true laws of the universe, we ascend into the metaphysical universe and learn. Whatever we find out is deductively applied in our physical universe. This is the new scientific method.

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The true understanding of all things can only be found in the higher metaphysical perception of the operations of the universe. So these three conservation laws cannot be seen or discovered in the physical universe, or by our blind tools and machines. But you ain’t blind. There is another eye in you which the sages call the eye of the mind.

It is with the eyes of the mind and not your physical eyes and blind tools that you shall come to the comprehension of all things, I mean all things. Now, this is where it gets more interesting!  The three conservation laws of the universe discussed in this article lead to two qualitatively different conservation laws of energy.

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We shall discuss the two conservation laws of energy soon. Be on the look out for this article, or better still, subscribe to Echa and Science using the email field at the end of this article, so that you can read the article when it is published. The Higher Mind is calling you today to be a part of absolute science.

Absolute science is the miracle of the ages. This is because for the first time since man began to ask questions about the universe, the Great mind has decided to answer. I want you to know today that God is interested in the unified field theory, and by his inner guidance, we are now doing absolute science, which is the science a priori, and which is contrary to relative science, which is the science a posteriori.

Summary

How do we summarize this great article? Well, let me begin by saying that this is just the beginning of our investigation and exploration of the three conservation laws. This article reveals to us that for the three kinds of collision or motion in the universe we have three respective conservation laws.

That is, for ponderable bodies colliding in uniform motion, absolute 4-momentum is conserved; for ponderable bodies colliding in accelerated motion, absolute 5-momentum is conserved; while for electrical bodies colliding in accelerated motion, absolute force is conserved. This sums all we have learned in this article.  

Now, remember, you can’t see or know about these three conservation laws using your physical eyes or the current scientific method.

Be enlightened.

Your friend,

– M. V. Echa



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