Human Interface of Physics

ReferenceA Logical Approach to Theoretical Physics

Light is a substance of very small duration. When it disappears at one location, it appears at another location relative to matter. This phenomenon appears as motion. We then relate this motion to energy.

The smaller is the duration, the higher is the motion relative to matter. Here matter can be said to have infinite duration. Therefore, the concept of motion is inverse of duration. Here we are talking about intrinsic motion (relative to itself), and not about apparent motion (relative to something else).

This concept is difficult to grasp because the word “substance” is not defined in physics. The best way to define “substance” scientifically is as follows.

SUBSTANCE is anything that is substantial enough to be sensed.

The degree of substantiality is then defined by the amount of “force” or “impact” sensed. We may call it density.

DENSITY is the degree of substantiality of substance.

Physics, therefore, must take into account how we observe or sense things. Physics, as it is understood, does not exist in isolation from us.

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  • freebeeing  On October 30, 2019 at 1:09 PM

    This makes no sense to me. Light travels for billions of years. How can you say is has “small duration”?

    Disappears and appears? Really? That also does not make any sense. A wave does not appear and disappear. Can you refer me to where you explain this?

    You label these as “chapters”, but a few paragraphs does not a chapter make.

  • vinaire  On October 31, 2019 at 6:09 PM

    Motion is disappearance on one location and appearance on another location. Light travels for billion of years because it is disappearing at one location and appearing at another location. When you are moving you are doing the same thing. There is a frequency to it.

    What I am putting together is a draft at the moment to be expanded upon later. Question like yours will help me expand upon it.

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