# The Two Fundamental Kinds of Inertia in the Universe

*“Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.”*

** Carl Sagan**

In this new scientific article, I want to expose to you the two fundamental kinds of inertia in the universe. Before now, we have had a naive and incomplete understanding of inertia. For a long time, and due to classical physics, we have seen inertia as simply the resistance to accelerated motion.

Now, in this post-modern era of physics, I teach that inertia applies to all motions in the universe. Inertia applies to both uniform and accelerated motions. This great scientific truth has spun the science of this post-modern era, which this blog upholds more than anything else.

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In this short scientific article, I want to discuss with you how the two kinds of inertia apply to the existence and motion of bodies. First of all, how does the two kinds of inertia arise in the cosmos?

The two kinds of inertia in the universe arise because inertia applies to the absolute motion of light and gravity which are the components of gravi-electromagnetic wave and also to the relative motion of bodies.

During creation, matter was formed from the superposition of gravi-electromagnetic wave, which was a standing field process. Thus, matter contains by virtue of its mass the inertia of gravi-electromagnetic wave.

Mass in its purest form is inertia, but it is the (frozen) inertia of gravi-electromagnetic wave and not that due to the relative motion of any other kind of matter in the universe. The kind of inertia which constitutes the mass or form of matter is what I call **static inertia**. Let’s simply define it:

**Definition 1**: Static inertia is the inertia a body possesses due to its mass.

It is important that you understand static inertia as defined above. Remember that light and gravity are limits of inertia, and their respective inertia together constitutes or make up the inertia of gravi-electromagnetic wave. So, static inertia, which is the content of the mass of a body comes from the limits of inertia (light and gravity) in the universe.

Static inertia is the inertia a body possesses due to its mass. Click To Tweet

In other words, **static inertia** is gravi-electromagnetic inertia. It is the inertia that bodies possess due to their masses, and which results from the absolute motion of the gravi-electromagnetic wave.

Now, the second kind of inertia in the universe and which I want to discuss with you is **dynamic inertia**. **Dynamic inertia** is quite different from static inertia, and it is defined below:

**Definition 2:** Dynamic inertia is the inertia a body possesses due to its motion.

According to absolute relativity, all moving bodies carry inertia, now referred to as dynamic inertia, whether they are in uniform motion or accelerated motion. So, while the mass of bodies is made of inertia, and the motion of bodies produces inertia, we are however looking at different kinds of inertia.

Now, these two kinds of inertia and the two forms of space in the universe bring us to the concepts of **the** **continuity and the discontinuity of inertia**.

Dynamic inertia is the inertia a body possesses due to its motion.Click To Tweet

Basically, the continuity of inertia arises from the post-modern realization that matter does not extend in uniform space, but that matter extends in accelerated space. Thus, **static inertia** only exists in accelerated space, whereas **dynamic inertia** can exist in both uniform space and accelerated space, especially since ponderable (non-charged) bodies can move in both forms of space.

So, when a body, and now I mean a ponderable body, moves in uniform motion in uniform space as shown on the left-hand side of the figure below, its dynamic inertia is not continuous with its static inertia in accelerated space.

This discontinuity between static inertia and dynamic inertia during uniform motion is because **static inertia** exists only in accelerated space, whereas the **dynamic inertia** of uniform motion exists in another form of space referred to as uniform space.

**Motion and the Two Kinds of Inertia**

(In this blog, and also in my treatise, I purposefully use the blue and green lines to show the qualitative nature of space and time. Uniform space and time axes are usually denoted using blue lines, while accelerated space and time are usually denoted using green lines.

Both uniform time and accelerated time are not shown in the above diagram for simplicity sake. The universe is not only quantitative, there are also qualitative aspects of the universe which we can never quantify, but are necessary for our complete understanding of the cosmos.)

Now, when a ponderable body moves in accelerated space, as shown on the right-hand side of the figure above, its **dynamic inertia** becomes continuous with its **static inertia** in accelerated space.

This very important continuity between static inertia and dynamic inertia during accelerated motion is because both kinds of inertia exist in the same form of space, which is accelerated space. This is not the case for uniform motion, as seen and discuss above.

This continuity of static inertia and dynamic inertia is what comes into play when you attempt to move a ponderable body in accelerated motion. This is what causes the ponderable body to act as though it is by virtue of its mass (static inertia) resisting accelerated motion.

In fact, both the **static inertia** and the **dynamic inertia** become involved during accelerated motion. That mysterious connection between mass and accelerated motion is **static inertia**. Please understand this.

That mysterious connection between mass and accelerated motion is static inertia.Click To Tweet

So, during the accelerated motion of ponderable bodies, static inertia and dynamic inertia are continuous, but during the uniform motion of ponderable bodies, static inertia and dynamic inertia become discontinuous. This is the basic summary of the post-modern concepts of **the continuity and the discontinuity of inertia**.

I want you to know that static inertia which constitutes the mass of bodies comes from the motion of gravi-electromagnetic wave, while dynamic inertia comes from the individual motion of bodies.

Bodies were formed from the first motion of gravi-electromagnetic wave carrying inertia in accelerated space which froze due to the standing field process of creation. The universe is a standing gravi-electromagnetic field.

You must have this basic understanding of creation. The universe did not arise as it is been described by the current big bang theory. Inertia was there at the beginning of creation, even before bodies were formed. Inertia constituted the absolute motion of the ethereal elements.

Inertia was there at the beginning of creation, even before bodies were formed.Click To Tweet

Inertia is the substance of the metaphysical universe, and its importance for the understanding of the universe cannot be over-emphasized. And I must let you know that inertia is the only sensation in the universe.

The distinction which we make in modern physics between inertia and weight is due to our lack of understanding of the pervasiveness and different manifestations of inertia. Inertia is the famous Philosopher’s stone. I will talk more about this in my future articles.

Also, besides static inertia and dynamic inertia, there are other subtle ways of understanding inertia which I will show you on the blog. The Great Mind took one substance, inertia, and impressed into it different forms and manifestations.

These different manifestations are responsible for light and gravity, the only two ethereal essences in the universe. I want you to go through my other articles in this blog and find out more about inertia and its variant manifestations.

Till we meet again.

I remain your friend,

– M. V. Echa

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