What is the thread of reasoning that justifies Absolute Motion? After Einstein’s understanding of Relativity, all motion has been considered relative. Below is the beginning of the process of understanding Absolute Motion using a concept that Einstein didn’t have, the Big Bang.
If the Big Bang theory is true, indicating if you go back in time far enough the whole universe collapses to a single point, then the following is true, as well…
Absolute Zero Motion exists. This is because by mathematical definition “motion is movement between one point and different point” If the universe collapses to a single point, and there is no “different” point, then ipso facto “absolute zero motion” exists.
- At the other end of the spectrum is the speed of light. Light has been proven to measure the same speed, no matter how fast you are going. The speed of light is the very definition of an absolute. No matter how fast you are going the speed of light measures the same.
- THE GRAPH OF PROTO-PHYSICS USING THE 2 ABSOLUTES OF ZERO MOTION AND THE SPEED OF LIGHT ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT FEATURES OF THE PROTO-PHYSICS MODEL.
- Given these 2 absolute boundaries, absolute motions can be projected from zero to the speed of light.
- Below is the graph for these 2 boundaries: Mass and Motion. To better view this graph of the Proto-Physics model click on the thumbnail below.
- When I consider all fundamental particles in the universe compressed down to a single point, I can imagine these compressed fundamental particles, moving at absolute zero external motion, rotating at the speed of light. Thus creating 2 motions for every fundamental particle, external and internal motion.
- THIS EXTERNAL / INTERNAL MOTION OF A SINGLE FUNDAMENTAL PARTICLE IS THE SECOND PIVOTAL PART OF THE PROTO-PHYSICS MODEL.
- Looking at external motion as it relates to mass, and incorporating the boundaries of absolute zero motion and the speed of light, it is possible for Proto-Physics to agree with the existing understanding that as a fundamental particle is accelerated externally from absolute zero its mass increases. (see E = MC2)
- Looking at Max Planck’s constant (h) it becomes clear that this must be the inertia of a fundamental particle. In order for a fundamental particle to accelerate from zero motion to the next reference frame, then zero motion + (h) amount of force must be applied to that fundamental particle. (this would continue from reference frame to reference frame until the speed of light was reached)
- Definition of Inertial (Wikipedia): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inertia
- Planck’s Constant (h) is the amount of energy required to overcome the resistance to a change in the velocity of a fundamental particle in one reference frame to another reference frame.
- Because (h) is a measure of energy it may seem confusing that +n(h) and -n(h) is used throughout this site as a unit of acceleration, however, that is how it is used.
- There is a limit to the number of +(h)’s that can occur and that limit occurs when the speed of light is reached.
- There is a limit to the number of -(h)’s that can occur and that limit occurs when absolute zero motion is reached.
The 8 items listed above are what the Proto-Physics model uses to describe the first steps in a “reasoned approach to physics”. As opposed to the abstraction that Quantum Physics uses stating there is no such thing as absolute motion, only relative motion. Quantum Physics rejects absolute motion and justifies this rejection because of an assumption that long ago claimed relative motion as the only possible type of motion. This assumption occurred long before the Big Bang theory was even considered. By adding the new information found in the Big Bang theory an understanding of absolute zero motion provides the boundaries of absolute motion that frame the Proto-Physics model.
The first Axiom of Proto-Physics states there are 2 types of motion, Absolute Motion and Relative motion.
The second Axiom of Proto-Physics states there are 2 types of motion within a single Fundamental Particle, Absolute External Motion and Absolute Internal motion.
The third Axiom of Proto-Physics states that the 2 motions within a Fundamental Particle are inversely proportional. The faster the Absolute External Motion the slower the Absolute Internal motion, and, the reverse.
The fourth Axiom of Proto-Physics states that the limits of Absolute External and Internal Motion are absolute zero motion and the speed of light.
If you currently study Physics in a scholastic environment, ask one of these proponents of Quantum Physics, “Is the Proto-Physics Axiom 1 in the above list true or false?” They will probably state that there is no such thing as “Absolute Motion”, only “Relative Motion”. At this point the argument for absolute zero motion would apply.
The next items explore how matter and relative motion begin to play a role in the Proto-Physics model.
11. Absolute motion
12. To Be Continued…