Sunday, October 14, 2012

Newton's Laws in the Context of Perpetual Motion

Reacting to Newton's Laws:

[Newton's Laws: [1] Nothing tends to speed up, slow down, or change direction without applied force [2] Force = Mass X Acceleration [3] For every reaction there is an equal and opposite reaction;]

Applied Laws of Volitional Mechanics:
[1] Pre-existing forces may be infinite in number, and when pre-existing, may be explained by properties of matter which are not energetic; when they are so explained, it is possible to speed up or slow down, but not change direction, without a NEW force acting on the object; Furthermore, in this context physical incidents may be explained by RATIOS which are not inherently inertial (although they often or usually are);
[2] When acceleration is constant, all that may be required for force is mass and gravity; Furthermore, when mass, like photons without real mass, have no real velocity (referring to the equation for momentum, momentum = mass * velocity), then no gravity-velocity is required for momentum; If no gravity-velocity is required for momentum, then momentum is not a function of velocity at all; If it is not a function of velocity, it cannot also be a function of acceleration, because acceleration is produced by modifying velocity; In short, when energy is a condition of mass and gravity, if acceleration is a pre-condition, then velocity is a function of mass and not acceleration; If this seems too ideal (divisible indefinitely), it can be argued that sometimes mass possesses momentum without velocity (as in the case of an object tethered on a slope), in which case it is seen that velocity is not a function of mass, so therefore, mass does not equal momentum / velocity; Instead, what is symbolized is a mass-force, which equals zero in the case of a tethered object, justifying that the velocity is equal to any number, but the momentum is zero; This stands in for a more sophisticated equation, in which it is determined that consistent velocity (perpetual motion) is a function of momentum without velocity; In other words, to depict that velocity could be any number is fallacious; In fact, velocity is arbitrary when it is not constant; The major conclusion is that force = mass * acceleration is not a constant depiction of acceleration; Indeed, only perpetual motion would concede that it is so; So, within a picture of many physical events occurring, Newton's equation provides no groundwork for determining absolute senses of any of the data; Only a standardized, reproducible acceleration would do so.
[3] For every reaction there is an equal and opposite reaction assumes that objects cannot be causal equilibria; If causal equilibria were possible, this law could in some circumstances be struck out;

Combining the applied laws of volitional mechanics:
Physical relationships which act like objects at rest may have properties of perpetual motion in the instance of exhibiting a causal equilibria; Causal equilibria can be demonstrated nearly perfectly by the properties of mass, but not acceleration; However, acceleration has been proven relative, so only a small degree of perfection is necessary in the case of acceleration::

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