## Dimensions

1. Cycles – T-1, Time – T,  Distance – L
2. Speed – LT-1, Momentum – MLT-1
3. Acceleration – LT-2, Force – MLT-2
4. Energy – ML2T-2

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## Motion and Inertia

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

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## Space and Gravity

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

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## Force and Substance

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

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## Charge

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

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• vinaire  On February 25, 2023 at 7:08 AM

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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