Transrelativity and the Second Correspondence Principle

Author’s Note: This short scientific article is a continuation and the appropriate conceptual culmination of my other scientific article titled: “On the Motion of Electrical Bodies in Particle Accelerators“.

So, the scientific article titled: “On the Motion of Electrical Bodies in Particle Accelerators“, is an important preliminary to this article and I will like you to read it.

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In the preliminary scientific article which this one is a continuation and a culmination of, I discussed using post-modern physics how electrical bodies like the electron and the proton move in a particle accelerator due to the acceleration of light and not due to charge.

And in that scientific article, I applied transrelativity which I would later conceptualize in another article titled: “Instituting the New Study of Transrelativity“. Transrelativity is about showing how the occurrences of motion in a particle accelerator and in the atomic world, in general, translate or transform differently for an observer.

I made the effort to discuss this in that my article on the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators and I showed you how the nature of light and the qualities of motion are different for the electrical bodies and for the observer.

However, I did not mention the second correspondence principle which is an important principle in post-modern physics and which is at the foundation of post-modern quantum mechanics.

The second correspondence principle is a principle of equivalence and it states that the principle of inertia and the principle of non-inertia are indistinguishable or equivalent.

The second correspondence principle states that the principle of inertia and the principle of non-inertia are indistinguishable or equivalent.Click To Tweet

The second correspondence principle is a core principle that underlies transrelativity. Without it, transrelativity as a new field of study would not be possible.

The second correspondence principle is what makes us understand why we cannot make a distinction between the actual nature of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators and how they are observed by a human observer.

You must understand that the principle of non-inertia is the principle that governs the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators and in the atomic world, but an observer outside the atomic world, observing the motion of these electrical bodies in particle accelerators, can only observe their motion according to the principle of inertia and not according to the principle of non-inertia. This is very important.

The similarity between the principle of inertia and the strong phase of the principle of non-inertia which is what applies to electrical bodies is that for both principles the sensation of inertia is impossible.

But when we delve into the nature of light and the qualities of motion that apply to both principles, we will find out that they are different. This is why the nature of light and the qualities of motion transform appropriately between both principles and between the electrical bodies and the human observer.

Post-modern physics makes the effort to make us understand that when we interpret the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators based on the principle of non-inertia it is a different interpretation that an observer cannot directly come into contact with.

And when we proceed to interpret the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators in the frame of the human observer based on the principle of inertia it is a different interpretation that the electrical bodies are not directly experiencing and they cannot come into contact with it.

This is why transrelativity is important for it makes it possible for us to discuss the motion of electrical bodies using the exact terms of their experiences with regards to the nature of light and the qualities of motion that they carry.

And because the human observer cannot see their motion according to the principle of non-inertia, I said that he or she is experiencing a dynamic illusion which I discussed in the preliminary scientific article.

Nevertheless, the second correspondence principle is what makes us agree that the human observer is only observing the motion of electrical bodies according to the principle of inertia and is not in a fundamental error.

Transrelativity is what tells us more about what we are observing by taking us into the atomic world to really understand and to see how the motion of electrical bodies occurs according to the principle of non-inertia bypassing the principle of inertia which the human observer is bounded to.

The diagram below gives you an understanding of what is being discussed in this scientific post concerning transrelativity and the second correspondence principle.

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The upper part of the diagram above shows you how an electrical body moving in a particle accelerator moves due to the principle of non-inertia in that the electrical body carries acceleration a, which implies force, and that it is racing towards the acceleration of light ac.

But to the human observer, as shown in the lower part of the diagram above, the electrical body is observed to move due to the principle of inertia in that the electrical body carries velocity v, which implies momentum, and that it is racing towards the speed of light c.

I have discussed in the preliminary scientific article the implications of all of this with regards to the different characters of the motion of the electron and the proton in particle accelerators which are easily observed.

If you have come to understand what I am informing you about the universe, you will see that the second correspondence principle is indispensable. The whole nature of motion in the atomic world does not follow the principle of inertia.

The principle of inertia does not exist in the atomic world but it exists outside the atomic world in our domain as human observers. But due to the second correspondence principle which relates the principle of inertia and the principle of non-inertia, we can still have a suiting observation of the motion of electrical bodies (according to the principle of inertia).

What this scientific article and post-modern physics want you to grasp is that when you interpret the motion of electrical bodies based on the principle of non-inertia and also based on how they are observed by the principle of inertia, the interpretations are different.

These transformations are what transrelativity helps us to understand beyond the sensational equality between the principle of inertia and the principle of non-inertia. However, the sensational equality is what the second correspondence principle is all about.

The second correspondence principle does not imply an all-around equality between the principle of inertia for the observer and the principle of non-inertia for the electrical bodies. This is very important.

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The sensational equality between the principle of inertia and the principle of non-inertia is simply the basis for the transformation of the nature of light and the qualities of motion between electrical bodies and the human observer.

The above is a core understanding in post-modern physics and in the new study of transrelativity. I want you to understand these things from this article and to know that in post-modern physics, we discuss the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators taking into serious consideration the second correspondence principle.

In post-modern physics, we discuss the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators taking into serious consideration the second correspondence principle.Click To Tweet

The second correspondence principle is the causal principle behind transrelativity which is about the inter-transformation of the actual nature of the motion of electrical bodies in the atomic world and the observations of the human observer.

Until next time,

I will be here.

– M. V. Echa



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!