Classical Physics

   

The Theory of Motion of Objects in the Universe

Authors: Arun Kumar Halihal Shanmukachary

The motion of objects in the universe is governed by newton’s laws of motion that describes motion in terms of the state and cause of motion, while also governed by Einstein’s special theory of relativity for objects moving at high velocity. This paper will explain the importance of objects themselves and the motion that exists between the objects in the universe based on the fundamental nature of mutual existence of objects. It is critical to understand the evolution of motion between objects and then the nature of motion and its causes. This paper will be first of series of papers, that will open up for the understanding of objects, their behavior in terms of motion and the fundamental nature of universe that is governed by these behaviors of objects.

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[v1] 2020-01-03 21:58:34
[v2] 2020-01-06 21:20:47

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