## Dimensions

- Cycles – T
^{-1}, Time – T, Distance – L - Speed – LT
^{-1}, Momentum – MLT^{-1} - Acceleration – LT
^{-2}, Force – MLT^{-2} - Energy – ML
^{2}T^{-2}

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## Motion and Inertia

- Oscillation has period (T) and frequency (T
^{-1}). Frequency is inverse of period. - Motion adds wavelength to oscillation (LT
^{-1}). Inertia comes about as motion increases ((M = L^{-1}T). Inertia is inverse of motion. - Mass (inertia) is essentially inverse of motion. Momentum, therefore, has no unit. Momentum is naturally conserved.
- Motion decreases as inertia increases. Motion and Inertia balance each other.

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## Space and Gravity

- Motion manifests as the size of the particle. Inertia manifests as the centeredness of the particle.
- Thus, particle of substance has the properties of size and centeredness.
- There is a spectrum of substance from space to field to matter.
- Space (gravitational field) is condensing into mass on a gradient, as its motion is slowing down.
- Gravity is the medium inside the particle that carries force.
- An accelerating body is at “rest” in a gravitational field. Gravity is inverse of acceleration.

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## Force and Substance

- Total momentum of an isolated system remains unchanged in spite of interactions within it.
- Force is manifested with change in momentum. Since momentum is conserved there is equal and opposite reaction.
- Such reaction is the basis of all sensation. Sensation is the basis of substance. It is awareness.
- The dimensions of force (MLT
^{-2}) reduce to the dimension of frequency (T^{-1}) when mass is seen as inverse of motion. - Thus, the core of centeredness is frequency. This is fixation of attention.

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## Charge

- A sudden change in gravitational force manifests as charge. This is felt as shock.
- Charge manifests at the interface between the nucleus and the electronic region of the atom.

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## Comments

1. The curving photon is described by frequency, whereas a spinning neutron is described by mass.

2. The Planck’s constant has the same dimensions as the angular momentum.

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