Could the Variations of the Acceleration of Light Be Divided Into Two Underlying Constants?

Post-modern physics introduces us to the two fundamental magnitudes of the acceleration of light as the mechanisms by which electrical bodies like the electron and the proton interact with the electromagnetic field.

This is the revolutionary understanding of the atomic world that has replaced the concept of the charge mediated electromagnetic interactions. And according to post-modern physics, the acceleration of light has two fundamental magnitudes just like we had two charges.

But for the two magnitudes of the acceleration of light, we are dealing with a different concept than that of the two kinds of charge. For this post-modern concept, we have the lesser and the greater accelerations of light against the concept of positive and negative charges.

In post-modern physics, we begin the understanding of the two magnitudes of the acceleration of light by looking at how they are uniquely attached to the masses of the two fundamental electrical bodies in the atomic world, which are the electron and the proton.

In post-modern physics, we begin the understanding of the two magnitudes of the acceleration of light by looking at how they are uniquely attached to the masses of the electron and the proton.Click To Tweet

Now, we can say that at the beginning of creation and the interactions, the acceleration of light for the electron became dependent on the mass of the proton and for this reason the electron responds to the lesser acceleration of light.

While for the proton, it became dependent on the mass of the electron and for this reason responds to the greater acceleration of light. These relationships follow because of the inverse relationship between mass and the acceleration of light. Read the article below:

So, in a broader understanding of this new, post-modern theory of electromagnetism linked above, it becomes clear that in the electrical universe or in the sub-atomic world, the different variations of the acceleration of light can only either be relatable to the mass of the electron or that of the proton.

You may wonder what do I mean by different variations in this case? Let me explain. In the atomic world, we have that the electrons are arranged at different levels or orbits from the nucleus.

Now, in such a case, we should have that the value of the acceleration of light in one orbit or level should be different from the one in another level. This is the case I refer to when I talk about the different variations of the acceleration of light.

In such a case, like the one presented above, you must understand that though the electrons in different orbits are responding to different accelerations of light, these different accelerations of light all have one underlying essence or origin as the lesser accelerations of light.

Their common origin rests on the fact that they are due to the mass of the proton. This same analogy also applies to the proton inside the nucleus.

No matter how different the values of the acceleration of light may be for any two or more electrons, they are all responding to the lesser accelerations of light, and no matter how different the values of the acceleration of light may be for any two or more protons, they are all responding to the greater accelerations of light.

What I now inform you about the acceleration of light is similar to how we applied the concept of charge in modern physics.

In modern physics, we understood that no matter how different the values of charges may be for any two or more electrons, we still knew that they were responding to positive charges and that no matter how different the values of charges may be for any two or more protons, we still knew that they were responding to negative charges.

While the modern understanding based on charge is wrong, it is still helpful to make us understand how the right concept of the acceleration of light is applied in post-modern physics.

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Having understood this, I would now have to tell you why I decided to write this article. I think this is quite unusual since I did not let you know why in the beginning of this scientific article, but then I had to take you through the necessary preliminaries.

I decided to write this article so that I could find some justification or explanation for something I did in the Treatise.

In the Treatise, I was less focused on the variations in space of the magnitude of the acceleration of light and it is obvious that in practice, the value of the acceleration of light should vary with space.

These obvious variations of the acceleration of light was ignored in the Treatise. As I explained, I did that because these variations are really superficial and do not affect or determine the character of the absolute relativity of motion.

In the Treatise, I was more focused on the variations that would directly affect the absolute relativity of motion. You may come to appreciate the reason for this my decision when you also find out that such variations exist.

However, I have written this article to ask if the variations of the acceleration of light in space can be divided into two underlying constants because I treated the acceleration of light as such in the Treatise.

Following this, the two underlying constants are the lesser acceleration of light and the greater acceleration of light.

To make my position clearer: I want you to see the underlying connection between the different variations in space of the acceleration of light for the electron as they all represent the lesser accelerations of light and that between the different variations in space of the acceleration of light for the proton as they all represent the greater accelerations of light. You can see this as a way of broadly classifying the different accelerations of light.

In this sense, for the electron, the variations of the acceleration of light are commonly a constant of the lesser acceleration of light while the magnitude of the variations of the acceleration of light for the proton are commonly a constant of the greater acceleration of light. 

So, I do not focused so much on the variations of the acceleration of light in space as whatever the variations may be for the electron, they are commonly the lesser accelerations of light, and whatever the variations of the acceleration of light in space may be for the proton, they are commonly the greater accelerations of light.

Thus, the two respective and common underlying essences of the acceleration of light for the electron and the proton is what I have decided to use to establish what I call the two underlying constants for the variations of the acceleration of light in space.

The idea of underlying constant or classification does not apply, probably for now, to the variations of acceleration of gravity in space.

I have chosen to apply it only to the variations of the acceleration of light in space because it is obviously easy to do this and because it is necessary since we are dealing with the concept of magnitude in a deeper sense than we did when we applied the concept of charge in modern physics.

Until next time,

I will be here.

– M. V. Echa

Addendum: It is quite easy to see the play of words in this article, in that I applied two quitely similar words magnitude and variation to explain my intent. I did this so as to ensure maximum clarity and not to obfuscate the content of this scientific article and I really hope that you understand the article.



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!