RULES OF PHYSICS

The following rules apply to Physics, using the Proto-Physics Model.

  1. REPELS: No two particles with the same external and internal velocity (IV) can occupy the same space at the same time.
    • For Example: a marble trying to occupy the same space at the same time as another marble would not be able to. When the two marbles reach the same spot they would impact and repel one another before they could occupy the same point in space.
    • This is what is meant by the electro-magnetic rule that like charges “REPEL” one another. (for more on CHARGES follow this link)
  2. ATTRACTS: Two opposite fundamental particles can occupy the same space at the same time as they are attracted to one another, have dramtically different mass than one another, and they intersect one another. The attraction is due to the fact their (NR) external and internal motions are the same and the flow of these four motions locks them tightly to one-another.
    • This is what is meant by the electro-magnetic rule that opposite charges “ATTRACT” one another. (for more on CHARGES follow this link)
  3. Definition of a Fundamental Particle: Proto-Physics defines a Fundamental Particle (FP) as having a combined external and internal motion of the speed of light. For example – a fundamental particle that has the external motion is 1/20th the speed of light has perpendicular internal motion of 19/20ths the speed of light. The sum of the external and internal motion of a fundamental particle will always equal the speed of light. This applies to all FP’s.
  4. Absolute Motion: See the page labeled PROOF OF ABSOLUTE ZERO MOTION for clarification on “Absolute Motion”. There are absolutes of velocity in the universe. These velocities when measured from the Big Bang are not relative but absolute. Zero velocity on this graph, shown in the graph of Proto-Physics, absolute zero velocity and section 4ai above explains this.

 



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