KHTK Key Words: Dynamic 6

Reference: Course on Subject Clearing

The Sixth Dynamic Key words are:

Sixth Dynamic, Motion, Inertia, Force, Substance, Consistency, Space, Time, Cycles, Frequency, Cognitive substance, Physical Substance, Spectrum of Substance, Ground State, Gravity, Particle, Speed, Energy, Cause Principle, Thought, Being, Goal, Evolve


The Sixth dynamic adds SUBSTANCE to the system of postulates to make the knowable universe known and felt.

Motion is self-actuated and inherently free aliveness as observed in the motion of light and the electrons. It is infinite when when it is free. Motion becomes bounded and finite when it is cyclic. With the increase of cycles, the motion becomes increasingly centered. It then takes force to move it away from that centeredness. That resistance of motion to being changed is called inertia. Pure motion is an absence of cycles and inertia.

Inertia is the tendency of the motion to continue in its course. Any effort to change that course is met with resistance. Inertia is caused by the cyclic nature of motion. The cycles make the motion centered and finite. As the cycles increase in frequency, the motion becomes more centered and finite. This increases the inertia of motion. In fact, inertia may be measured in terms of frequency of motion.

Inertia is manifested only when the course of motion changes, as during an impact. There is an acceleration or deceleration of motion. This phenomena of inertia underlies the sense of touch. It also underlies during any contact, such as, between the eye and light. 

Force is the manifestation of acceleration or deceleration in motion caused by a change in frequency. This is sensed in our very being. It underlies all our physical senses. All our perception is based on force. Any sense of substantialness comes from impacts on our sense organs. The impact is always in the form of force. This is what defines any substance. 

This was Faraday’s view of force. Maxwell defined it mathematically as “the tendency of a body to pass from one place to another,” that depended upon “the amount of change of tension which that passage would produce.” Unlike Faraday, Maxwell did not relate force directly to the nature of substance.

Substance is anything that is substantial enough to be sensed. It forms the reality of the universe. The substance may be divided broadly into: (1) cognitive, and (2) physical. The cognitive substance may be divided into (a) thought, and (b) postulates. The physical substance may be divided into (a) energy, and (b) matter. The substance that we are most certain about is matter. Substance has the key properties of: consistency, space, and time. 

Consistency is the measure of the substantiality of substance. It applies to “energy substance” before it gets condensed into atoms. After condensation consistency is recognized in terms of density, firmness, or viscosity. We may say, “Honey has higher consistency than water.” 

For “energy substance” consistency is measured per quantum, where quantum is determined by frequency. For material substance consistency is measured by unit mass, where unit mass is determined by the smallest particle of discrete inertia, such as, proton or neutron.

Similarly, we may say that consistency applies to “thought substance” before it gets condensed into postulates. The units of consistency for cognitive substance are yet to worked out.

Space means the extents that are occupied by a substance of certain consistency. The unit of space is a particle. The particle of mass is a “neutron,” which is very small. The particle of electricity is electron, which is 1836 times bigger than the neutron. The particle of light is a photon, which is about 3 x 10^8 times bigger than a neutron. The particle of gravity is probably the size of the universe. The particle size is probably proportional to the wavelength of the substance. Thus, there is no space that is “empty” of substance. The characteristic of space changes with the substance that occupies it.

Time means the duration of a particle. This is a measure of duration relative to the duration of the particle of mass, which is considered to be infinite. Time as duration is most likely proportional to the frequency. Therefore, the time of the electron is less than the time of the neutron. And the time of a photon is still much less. The characteristic of time changes with the substance whose duration it represents. The lesser is the duration, the faster is the “speed.” More details need to be worked out here based on these basics.

A cycle any complete round or series of occurrences that repeats or is repeated.

Frequency is the rate of occurrence of the cycles. Any substance has a frequency, which is the measure of its consistency. The higher is the frequency, the more substantial is the substance. With increase in frequency the space (particle size) of the substance shrinks and its time (duration) becomes more enduring.

The cognitive substance may be visualized as thought. As thoughts become increasing consistent they precipitate into postulates. Considerations are continuing postulates. A system of postulates comes together to form our beingness and viewpoint. From viewpoint come ideas. The cognitive substance is sensed by our mind. It is responsible for our awareness. It has been referred to as consciousness or theta.

The primary examples of physical substance are light and matter. Light is called radiative energy that has a whole spectrum based on frequency from gravity to electrons. Energy substance of the same consistency may coalesce together and flow like fluids. As energy substance becomes increasingly consistent it precipitates into particles of matter. The consistency of matter is so high that it is placed in a special category called mass. The atoms of the same consistency do not coalesce together, instead they combine to form rigid structures called molecules. Atoms, molecules and larger particles of matter have a property called “center of mass” or CM. CM makes matter particles appear visibly discrete.

The gradient of increasing consistencies gives us a spectrum of substance. At the bottom we have the ephemeral thought of infinitesimal consistency. Above it, we have the invisible energy of imperceptible consistency. At the top, we have the visible matter of tangible consistency. 

At the bottom of the spectrum of substance is the theoretical Ground state. This state is also referred to as the Void. In this state there is no cyclic motion. Therefore, there is no inertia, substance, consistency, space or time. One cannot be aware of this state because awareness starts with inertia.

The “particle” of gravity is the whole space that contains the universe. Thus, gravity forms the ‘static’ background for the rest of the universe. Gravity is the purest form of physical force. It is the basis of all substance. On the spectrum of substance, gravity is just above ground state. The gravitational field manifests as space. As the gravitational field condenses it transitions into radio waves at some point. Radio waves form the bottom of electromagnetic spectrum. At the top of the electromagnetic spectrum are gamma rays. Gamma rays condense into the electronic region of the atom. This electronic region finally condenses into the nucleus of the atom. Thus, gravity finally condenses into atoms, from which all matter is formed. Gravity, as space, is lower than light on the spectrum of substance. That means, the consistency of gravity is much less than that of light; and a gravitational disturbance has much greater speed than that of light. Thus, gravitational effects are expected to travel in the universe much faster than light. 

A particle is a unit of substance whose size is proportional to its wavelength. Electron as a particle is 2000 times bigger than a proton. Photon as a particle is more than 200,000 times bigger than an electron. The boundary of a particle is determined by the cycles of motion of which it is constructed. A particle has the property of centeredness, which is proportional to its frequency. This centeredness is manifested as inertia when attempt is made to change its inherent motion.

The concept of speed applies to a particle. The measure of absolute speed of a particle is inverse of its centeredness. Since the “particle” of gravity is least centered, its speed is infinite. This means that the particle of gravity is manifested instantly at any location in the universe. Thus, speed has the sense of the rapidity with which a particle is manifested at a location after being manifested at another location.

Energy is a mathematical concept derived from force. It is a mathematical function, much like the “lagrangian” and “hamiltonian” functions. 

Substance has inherent motion as well as inherent inertia. The balance of motion and inertia results in a unique speed, such as the “speed of light.” As inertia increases, such as, from light to electron to neutron, the speed decreases. An imperceptible change in inertia seem to result in large perceptible change in speed or motion. All the self-actuated motion of life is, thus, caused by imperceptible shifts in inertia. This is the cause principle underlying the movements of the body as brought about by thought. With evolution, substance has acquired sophisticated structure of body and mind. The mind produces shifts in inertia in the form of thoughts, which then produce all the motion in the body. We may refer to this cause principle as the “inertial drive” of the body. 

NOTE: The Higgs mechanism causes shifts in inertia by moving substance across the boundary of the nucleus in an atom. This will influence the inherent motion of the whole atom in principle. Here we see the interface between physics and metaphysics.

Thought is the extremely light substance that has the form of motion. In contrast, the material is extremely heavy substance that has the form of inertia. It is the changing balance of “thought-material” or “motion-inertia” that produces all the activity of this universe. The most evolved form of thought is a system of completely flexible but consistent postulates. When thought gets fixated, the active “motion-inertia” balance is lost, and the activity reduces into a fixed reaction.

A being is a system of flexible but consistent postulates that has the goal of evolving.

Goal is the prime intention or postulate.

To develop gradually to a different adaptive state or condition:


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  • vinaire  On January 29, 2023 at 1:04 PM

    Space and time are not the primary concepts in science; substance is. The extent of substance appears as space. The duration of substance appears as time. Thus, space, time, motion and inertia are inherent characteristics of substance.


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