What Is Absolute Accelerated Velocity?

Subtitle: The True Nature of the Accelerated Velocity

In a previous scientific post, I discussed the absolute uniform velocity, which is what applies to ponderable bodies in uniform motion. Today, in this article, I want to discuss what is called the absolute accelerated velocity in post-modern physics.

The absolute accelerated velocity has no real analogy in classical physics like the absolute uniform velocity does, but I will still try to relate it with what we call the change in velocity in classical physics.

In my article on the absolute uniform velocity, I easily related the absolute uniform velocity to the relative uniform velocity and I showed you the differences between the two of them, and how the former is what underlies the absolute nature of uniform motion whereas the other is what has so far, since classical physics, been what underlies the relative nature of uniform motion.

I made it clear that the absolute uniform velocity is what describes the true nature of the uniform velocity and not the relative uniform velocity.

Now, in post-modern physics, it seems as though we cannot make the comparison between the absolute accelerated velocity and any concept of the relative accelerated velocity, but I have decided to establish one and to refer to what we call the change in velocity Δv as the relative accelerated velocity of classical physics.

This is useful because the mathematical position that the change in velocity, which will be referred to as the relative accelerated velocity, occupies in its relationship with relative acceleration is the same mathematical position that the absolute accelerated velocity occupies in its relationship with absolute acceleration.

The above is why it is possible and satisfactory to discuss the absolute accelerated velocity and how the relative accelerated velocity or the change in velocity is conceptually similar to it.

So, the change in velocity or the relative accelerated velocity in the study of accelerated motion in classical physics is analogical to the absolute accelerated velocity that applies in the study of accelerated motion in post-modern physics.

However, as I will reveal in this scientific article, the absolute accelerated velocity is the true nature of the quantity or quality that participates in the manifestation of accelerated motion in the universe.

The absolute accelerated velocity is the true nature of the accelerated velocity. In classical physics, what we would call the accelerated velocity would simply be the change in velocity or a changing velocity.

This meaning that is attached to the accelerated velocity in classical physics is what is referred to as the relative accelerated velocity in post-modern physics and in this scientific article which aims at showing you the true description of the concept of accelerated velocity.

Furthermore, because of how very obviously different the relative accelerated velocity is from the absolute accelerated velocity, it is necessary that I remind you that the relative accelerated velocity is an object in the study of relative motion which is the concern of classical physics.

But the absolute accelerated velocity is an object in the study of absolute motion which is the concern of post-modern physics. So, we are looking at two different quantities of motion that are immersed in two fundamentally different kinds of motion studied in physics.

Now, in classical physics, the relative accelerated velocity or the change in velocity Δv is simply presented as,

\Delta v=v_2-v_1

The above informs us that the relative accelerated velocity Δv is quantitative and it refers to the change in velocity of a body in accelerated motion. (And I am also aware that a body can be said to be in accelerated motion when it changes its direction and not necessarily its velocity.)

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The above expression for the relative accelerated velocity is what is related to relative acceleration in classical physics and as I have said it is mainly quantitative.

But in post-modern physics, the absolute accelerated velocity which is related to the absolute acceleration is presented as,

v_a=\frac{\Delta x}{dt}

The above informs us that the absolute accelerated velocity va is qualitative and that it is defined as accelerated space Δx over uniform time dt.

The absolute accelerated velocity va is qualitative and that it is defined as accelerated space Δx over uniform time dt.Click To Tweet

To immediately see the difference between the relative accelerated velocity and the absolute accelerated velocity, I must inform you that classical physics attributes the sensation of inertia by a body in accelerated motion to the change in velocity or the relative accelerated velocity.

But post-modern physics attributes the sensation of inertia by a ponderable body in accelerated motion to the absolute accelerated velocity.

Post-modern physics attributes the sensation of inertia by a ponderable body in accelerated motion to the absolute accelerated velocity.Click To Tweet

In classical physics, the attribution of the sensation of inertia to the change in velocity is quantitative, but in post-modern physics, the attribution of the sensation of inertia to the absolute accelerated velocity is qualitative and it is due to the dissimilarity between accelerated space Δx and uniform time dt.

The change in quality from the numerator to the denominator of the mathematical relation for the absolute accelerated velocity is responsible for the sensation of inertia.

I want you to see how the sensation of inertia for ponderable bodies in accelerated motion is immediately due to the quality of space and time and not due to the quantity of space and time as classical physics would want us to think.

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The absolute accelerated velocity is the true nature of the accelerated velocity in the universe that is responsible for the sensation of inertia. You have to really see this and why.

The absolute accelerated velocity is the true nature of the accelerated velocity in the universe that is responsible for the sensation of inertia.Click To Tweet

The understanding of the qualitative nature of the universe is how we can really answer the why question that revolves around every natural phenomenon.

Furthermore, the obvious difference between the relative and the absolute accelerated velocities is what is responsible for the derivativeness of relative motion and the non-derivativeness of absolute motion that has been discussed in this scientific article. Please, I will like you to read the article.

Also, classical physics directly attaches the relative accelerated velocity to all bodies in the universe, but post-modern physics directly attaches the absolute accelerated velocity only to ponderable bodies in the universe and not to electrical bodies.

This is not to say that the absolute accelerated velocity does not apply to electrical bodies in accelerated motion, it does, but it indirectly applies to electrical bodies in accelerated motion. What directly applies to electrical bodies in accelerated motion is the absolute acceleration which we will discuss soon.

The absolute accelerated velocity is what is responsible for the sensation of inertia for all ponderable bodies in accelerated motion in the universe and not the relative accelerated velocity or the change in velocity.

And in post-modern physics, the absolute accelerated velocity is what is associated with what is called the absolute 5-momentum which is qualitatively different from the absolute 4-momentum that the absolute uniform velocity is associated with.

Also, the absolute accelerated velocity which is associated with the absolute 5-momentum is different from the relative accelerated velocity which is associated with relative momentum or Newtonian momentum.

The relative accelerated velocity does not exist in the real universe. What exists in the real universe is the absolute accelerated velocity that has been shown to you.

This is because the relative accelerated velocity is based on relative space and time but the absolute accelerated velocity is based on absolute space and time, and only absolute space and time are the real space and time of the universe.

What I now teach you about the accelerated velocity is deeply connected to other aspects of post-modern physics and not classical physics which will make you understand its consequences for accelerated motion in the universe.

I want you to understand from this article the simple nature of the absolute accelerated velocity and how because of its qualitative representation, it is what is responsible for the sensation of inertia in the universe.

Stating generally: Whenever inertia is sensed in the universe, it is due to the absolute accelerated velocity.

This great scientific truth is connected with the absolute 5-momentum and with the weak phase of the principle of non-inertia and it will assist us greatly to accomplish certain technological feats that we have not been able to achieve so far.

What these technological feats that require the understanding of the absolute accelerated velocity are will be discussed in a future scientific article. I want you to be on the look out for it.

In the expression for the absolute accelerated velocity, space and time have dissimilar qualities in that we have accelerated space Δx being related to uniform time dt. This mismatch in quality is important and it is what is responsible for the sensation of inertia.

When we continue with this basic understanding of the quality of the absolute quantities of the universe, we will succeed in creating the new edifice of post-modern physics which now rises before your very eyes.

The era when we understood the universe based on the quantity of motion is over, we are now in the new era when we shall understand the universe based on the quality of motion.

So, what has been shown to you in this scientific article about the nature of the absolute accelerated velocity is an application of what I call the mathematics of quality. This is the new way of doing or applying mathematics that post-modern physics is revealing to us.

Also, before I conclude this article, I must let you know that the relative accelerated velocity is not associated with any fundamental principle in physics, but the absolute accelerated velocity is associated with the fundamental principle of non-inertia which governs all accelerated frames.

Now, before I conclude this article, I will like to present to you the differences between the relative accelerated velocity and the absolute accelerated velocity as discussed in this article:

1. The relative accelerated velocity is based on relative space and time but the absolute accelerated velocity is based on absolute space and time.

2. The relative accelerated velocity is directly applied indiscriminately to all bodies but the absolute accelerated velocity directly applies discriminately to ponderable bodies.

3. The relative accelerated velocity is what is associated with the relative momentum or the Newtonian momentum but the absolute accelerated velocity is what is associated with the absolute 5-momentum.

4. The relative accelerated velocity is not associated with any fundamental principle in the universe but the absolute accelerated velocity is associated with the principle of non-inertia.

The above four differences between the relative accelerated velocity or the change in velocity and the absolute accelerated velocity are pivotal to our understanding of the true nature of accelerated velocity in the universe.

Until next time,

I will be here.

– M. V. Echa

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