Inertia and Mass

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Ether and Motion

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As we go to higher disturbance levels, the changes in the electric/magnetic phases of disturbance are much more rapid, but the forward advance is much slower.

Thus, inertia has to do with the rapidity of changes within the disturbance. This rapidity of changes gives the disturbance its form of mass.

The form of mass may appear to be static but that form itself is made up of changes that are occurring incredibly rapidly.

Thus, in a particle, such as a neutron, there are incredibly rapid changes going inside.

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There has always been a question in my mind about what makes the boundary between a particle and its surrounding space. I am now convinced that this boundary is due to a sudden change in motion by several orders of magitude.

Space seems to be very close to DL0. The first appreciable boundary seems to exist between space and the electromagnetic level at DL50. This is the boundary between space and the atom, molecule, or matter.

The next boundary seems to be within the atom between the electromagnetic level at DL50 and the nucleus at DL100. There may be additional boundaries within the nucleus itself but that is a matter of future research.

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  • MarkNR  On March 16, 2014 at 8:25 AM

    Activities occurring within a large particle (proton, neutron etc) such as frequencies, harmonics, linear velocities, disturbance levels, is a very rich area of research.

    It is quite likely, even probable, that space is a completely different thing within the boundaries of a particle. The accepted laws of time, distance, space, mass, and motion may change once that outer perimeter is crossed. Current particle research can only detect WHAT COMES OUT OF A PARTICLE once it is broken, disrupted, and the only physical means of looking inside a particle is to see what remains once the particle no longer exists as itself.

    This is not an insult to working scientists, it is simply the best we can do right now. But it does put theory ahead of experimentation. It may very well be that subatomic particles do not exist as themselves within a larger particle. That particles are not MADE UP of smaller particles such as quarks and bosons as long as it exists as itself, that there is no individuality of existence within a whole.

    There may be rules or laws governing what a particle BECOMES once it is broken, divided. The premise that what a particle becomes when it is smashed is what it contained before it was smashed, may be completely wrong.

    The first thoughts which led to this line, is that during nuclear fusion, there are no exact particles which convert to energy and are therefore gone from the equation. Individual sub atomic particles CONVERT to two or more different particles which do not represent the same mass as the original particle. This does not necessarily mean or prove that the original particle was MADE UP OF THE SMALLER PARTICLES PRIOR TO IT’S CONVERSION.

    The inside of atomic particles is a mystery with only hints of the properties lying within. There may not even be a ‘within’, since particles may not take up any space at all. They may be a one dimensional point which affect the space around them.

    I have read articles which seemed to hint at or circle around this concept, but never stated in this manner.
    Mark

    • vinaire  On March 16, 2014 at 9:48 AM

      That is an excellent post, Mark. Thank you for writing it.

      I think that theory and experimentation go hand in hand. A theory is as good as it is consistent with the real environment and experimentation. Einstein didn’t quite favor Quantum Mechanics as it became too mathematical and moved farther away from reality. String theory suffers from the same flaw. These theories may be consistent within themselves, but, as a whole, they are isolated from reality and not quite consistent with it.

      I am moving very slowly here. I am avoiding mathematics and reserving its application only when I need to work out the details. At the moment I want to establish consistency at conceptual level before I dive in with mathematics.

      Space seems to be very close to DL0. The first appreciable boundary seems to exist between space and the electromagnetic level. This is the boundary between space and the atom. The next boundary seems to be between the electromagnetic level and the nucleus. There may be additional boundaries within the nucleus but let’s leave that for future research. Right now we need to understand the boundaries that we are aware of.

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    • Chris Thompson  On March 20, 2014 at 5:38 PM

      Very interesting ideas Mark.

    • Chris Thompson  On March 20, 2014 at 6:04 PM

      Something I have been wondering about which your post reminded me of is the characteristics of the space between galaxies. I wonder if that space is like intra-galactic space.

      • MarkNR  On March 21, 2014 at 3:09 AM

        Gravitational lensing indicates that so called dark matter is primarily located around and within galaxies. You might have something there.
        Mark

  • vinaire  On March 16, 2014 at 9:26 AM

    I always wondered about what makes the boundary between a fundamental particle and it surrounding space. I am now convinced that this boundary is due to a sudden change in motion of several orders of magitude.

    • vinaire  On March 16, 2014 at 9:29 AM

      Similar gradient exists between the nucleus of an atom and the surrounding electronic cloud.

  • vinaire  On March 16, 2014 at 9:56 AM

    I think that better understanding of Metaphysics and spirituality shall come only from a better grounding in Physics. Those who want to understand spirituality better must familiarize themselves with Physics and the rigor involved in understanding it.

    So, right now, I believe that we are in the right area of research.

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