## Disturbance, Inertia, Matter and Gravity

##### [NOTE: I am celebrating my 5th anniversary of blogging at WordPress.com with this article.]

To have the awareness of velocity there should be at least two objects. In a one dimensional space the two objects will either be approaching each other or moving away from each other. If the objects have mass then there will also be gravitational attraction between them, and therefore, there will be acceleration. There will be velocity but it will not be constant.

Let’s consider a 3D-space, which is made up of at least four non-planar objects with mass. The objects are moving in this space. There has to be gravitational attraction among them. They all will be accelerating one way or another, if not linearly then in terms of changing direction. There shall always be acceleration no matter how imperceptible it is. It seems that constant velocity will be a rare phenomenon in this universe.

We observe that as long as objects have mass they can never be free of acceleration. That means there is always some force acting on an object in this universe. If it is not direct push or pull it will be some sort of reaction due to gravitational force, friction, etc.

Mass is a form of inertia that generates gravitational force. And the force generates acceleration. There is no constant velocity.

Inertia, force and acceleration seem to be different stages of the same thing.

Constant velocity may exist only for inertia-less particle. A photon is massless and it may come closest to being inertia-less depending on its frequency.

“Inertia-less-ness” acquires inertia by acquiring frequency. This gives us a photon. As the photon increases in frequency, its inertia increases also. This is evidenced by light bending near heavy cosmic objects.

The frequency is basically a disturbance. When frequency of the photon reaches the region of gamma rays, the photon becomes unstable under the influence of its own inertia. The high frequency photon, instead of propagating linearly, seems to converge on itself when shocked in some way.

An electron has a “mass” that corresponds to the frequency of gamma rays per Einstein equations: E = mc^2 = hf. An electron may be described as the stable state resulting from the shocked convergence of gamma photons. The surface of the electron shall consist of something similar to a shock wave. The frequency within an electron is likely to increase along its radius. The maximum frequency shall appear at the center of the electron.

Mass may be a phenomenon resulting from shocked convergence of high frequency photons.

The next stable particle that we get after an electron is a hydrogen atom. Here a lot more has converged because of some cosmic reaction. The outer shell is still like an electron, but in addition, there is an inner solid core. The high frequency center seems to have undergone another shocked convergence. The surface of the nucleus shall also consist of something similar to a shock wave.

A hydrogen atom is very likely to be a single particle that breaks into an electron and a proton during atomic reactions. There is a succession of stable particles beyond the hydrogen atom that gives us the periodic table. They happen to have near integral multiples of the atomic mass of the hydrogen atom. They also break into electrons, protons, and other particles during atomic reactions.

We assume that these integer values of atomic mass mean that a number of electrons, protons and other particles exist within an atom, but that may not necessarily be the case. Each atom could just be a single particle, and the integral values may appear due to resonances observed due to wave mechanics.

Once we have “mass” in the nucleus, we have particles of large inertia. And so we have matter, material objects, gravity, force and acceleration, which we are most familiar with.

Inertia (frequency and mass), force (gravity) and acceleration are simply the different stages of cosmic disturbance.

This is a simple model of how the universe logically may be at its core.

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• KEn  On August 14, 2016 at 5:26 PM