KHTK Postulates for Physics – Part 2

Reference: KHTK Postulates for Physics – Part 1


KHTK Postulate P6: The speed of propagation of electromagnetic disturbance decreases with increasing inertia of disturbance levels.

As inertia increases with disturbance levels it offers greater resistance to the propagation of disturbance. The constant for the speed of light (3 x 108 meters per second) applies only to a narrow band of the electromagnetic spectrum at DL49. It is expected that radio waves (DL27) propagate at a higher speed, and the gamma rays (DL65) propagate at a slower speed than the speed of light.


KHTK Postulate P7: The electromagnetic disturbance propagates in the form of discrete wave packets of finite number of wavelengths.

The electromagnetic disturbance propagates in the form of wave packets much like puffs of smoke.  These wave packets are very long and “snake like” at low disturbance levels. At higher disturbance levels the wavelengths are small and these wave packets may look more like “golf balls.”


KHTK Postulate P8: Particle-like properties come to dominate at higher disturbance levels.

At lower disturbance levels the wave packets are extended over long distance and behave like waves. At higher disturbance levels spacetime condenses and the wave packet increasingly assumes the appearance of a particle. Higher inertia and condensation of spacetime expresses itself first as charge, and then as mass associated with the particle.

At the level of electrons, inertia expresses itself both as charge and mass. An electron is still spread over some distance to display wavelike properties, while compact enough to display some particle like properties of mass. It seems that Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle comes into play when the electron is assumed to be like a “golf ball” rather than like a “snake.”

This ratio of mass to charge increases with increasing disturbance levels. At much higher disturbance levels, even the charge seems to “condense” into mass from electron to proton to neutron.


KHTK Postulate P9: The location of an object in this universe is only as certain as its inertia.

The stars and planets in this universe are massive and can be located with precision. However, the electrons in an atom have very little mass or inertia. They can be located in highly probabilistic terms only. Thus, it appears that the higher is the inertia of an object, the greater is the certainty with which it may be located as a discrete entity.


KHTK Postulate P10: The universe is made of multi-layered spacetime.

Each disturbance level acts like a unique layer of inertia and spacetime. Together, these layers of inertia and spacetime seem to make up this universe.

The fundamental inertial and spacetime characteristics of solid objects (> DL100) shall be very different from inertial and spacetime characteristics of light at DL50. We cannot reasonably compare the speed of a solid object with the speed of light in a framework based on solid objects (> DL100). We may reasonably compare such speeds only in a framework based on space (DL0).

The theory of relativity is flawed to the degree that it is “earth centric” and not “space centric.”


For further review:

Constants of this Universe

Mindful Subject Clearing – Physics

The Philosophy of Cosmology

Quantum versus Classical Reality

Inertial Frame of Reference

The Disturbance Hypothesis of Light

Evolution of Physics by Einstein

Ether and Motion

Inertia and Mass

Relativity and the Coordinate System

Galilean Relativity

Michelson-Morley experiment

The Mystery of Ether

Disagreement with Einstein


Questioning Einstein’s Theory of Relativity

Motion and Inertia-less Field


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