THE PROTO-PHYSICS MODEL ©: 1

THE REASONING BEHIND THE PROTO-PHYSICS MODEL — PAGE 1:

The following begins the thread of reasoning that results in the Proto-Physics Model.

1.      Matter has a one-to-one relationship between energy and motion. The greater the motion the greater the mass, described by Einstein’s E = MC2 equation.

    • Proponents of both Quantum Physics and Proto-Physics would generally agree with the simple graph below. The slope of the curve may differ, but the equivalence between mass and motion would remain the same. {The difference would be that Proto-Physics defines the “zero” in the graph below as “Absolute Zero”. Quantum Physics does not. Quantum Physics says that as matter accelerates its mass increases. It doesn’t take you to absolute zero motion because it doesn’t agree that absolute zero motion exists. With Quantum Physics all motion is relative to another object and absolute motion does not exist.}
BASIC Mass Motion Model

BASIC Mass Motion Model

The Basic Mass Model of Proto-Physics

2.      As a particle is accelerated close to the speed of light (c) mass grows greater until the speed of light (c) is reached and mass becomes infinite, a process described by the Lorentz Transformation.

3.      It follows that if a fundamental particle is decelerated to absolute zero motion, that particle no longer exists in space/time, and, can be legitimately interpreted as zero mass. This is a reasonable interpretation of a fundamental particle’s mass at the point of the Big Bang. This (h) mass was originally measured by Max Planck and is called Planck’s Constant. {This may seem to be an incredible leap, however, (h) is agreed by Quantum Physicists to have zero mass. And, when I say “agreed by Quantum Physicists” it may be that some disagree, however, predominantly this has been established. Ask them.}

4.      When considering fundamental particles, the thoughts below occurred regarding absolute, and relative motion.

    • I can imagine the smallest possible fundamental particle moving at absolute zero external motion, and, having zero mass (item 3). I could also imagine a fundamental particle with absolute zero external motion spinning on its axis at the speed of light, This would give the fundamental particle 2 types of absolute motion, external and internal.            

5.      Generally, the idea of a fundamental particle with absolute zero external motion does not make very much sense in a universe in motion, however, with the addition of the concept of the Big Bang comes a universe reduced to a single point.  This added information does, by definition, allow for absolute zero motion. With this interpretation, the Big Bang universe, prior to the BANG, existed as a single point.

Proof Of Absolute Zero Motion: The definition of motion is movement from one point A to another point B, however, if there is only one point “A” in the universe, and no other point exists in the universe – as would be found in the Big Bang singularity – then true “absolute” zero external motion exists. When this this first boundry is applied to fundamental particles, and an alternate boundry, the speed of light, is added, the graph of Proto-Physics is the only conclusion for all of the possible measures of absolute motion in any possible reference frame.

THE CONCLUSION: There are 2 primary types of motion, Absolute Motion and Relative Motion.

  • Absolute Motion: describes all fundamental particles, from a photon to the universe itself.
  • Relative Motion: is limited to objects already in motion. E.g. The Elements that comprise matter are fundamental particles that have a base rate of motion of 1/4 the speed of light.

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