Classical Physics

   

Mechanism of Motion

Authors: Nainan K. Varghese

Most physical actions in three-dimensional world are recognized by displacements of 3D matter-bodies in space. In these cases, mechanisms of action and motion are synonymous. As 3D matter is inert, all actions and apparent interactions (attributed to 3D matter-bodies) are by all-encompassing universal medium that fill entire space, outside basic 3D matter-particles. Action of effort invests additional work in universal medium within and surrounding a macro body. Additional work, in universal medium, moves at linear speed corresponding to external effort. As they move all enclosed basic 3D matter-particles (of macro body) are carried with them. Additional work, associated with a macro body, determines its state of motion.

Comments: 8 Pages. Published in General Science Journal

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