great principles which were the beginning of natural sciences are only
descriptions of effects without throwing light on their causes. We come
across the principles of Galileo and the discoveries of Sir Isaac
Newton, all of
which describe the movements of bodies in the universe – but
nobody has any idea WHY everything is just as it is! Iniertia of masses,
principle of action and principle of reaction or gravitation itself have
remained a mystery despite all attempts at explaining them. And all the
explanations presented so far are either absurd or incomprehensible. The
realisation that gravitation is truely an illusion and thatmasses
do actually not attract but repel each other and that gravity has its
cause in the surrounding masses enable us to solve the mystery of
inertia and gravitation!
What we know so far is fundamental for understanding this chapter: the matrix of T.A.O. is absolute and immobile. It transmits impulses through vibration or fluctuation of its units (“granules“). It can be concluded only from the absoluteness of the matrix that these impulses stay together (!) and transmit information (energy, light, force, etc.); one of many manifestations of these impulses is the EM wave, another manifestation (coming into existence secondarily) is the “polarised space” as electric and magnetic field. In principle, these polarisations accompany all electromagnetic phenomena. The material manifestation of the impulses is the atomic field, an area of rotating impulses, point of origin of a field in which electric and magnetic field are latently contained, a field which is essentially unlimited and adopts its material dimension only through resistance towards other fields and whose unpolarised (“straight, neutral”) shoves, however, form the field of repulsion (“neutrinos, gravitons“) which is in penetration and in touch with other (in principle with all) fields of repulsion of the
If we drilled a hole straight through the globe and threw a stone through it, it would take the stone 42 minutes to cross the globe and then it would return in pendulum fashion. It would take the stone the same time to cover the distance there and back as for orbiting the earth in a narrow circle once - about 84 minutes. If we did the same in the asteroid belt with a fist-sized asteroid and a grain of sand, we would obtain the same result provided that the asteroid would have the same density (!) as the Earth’s globe (5.5 g/cm³)! This proves that it is the density of the body and not its mass as such which plays a role in gravitation and in the acceleration of free fall.
And with these preparatory considerations we will take a closer look at the whole matter: Galileo discovered that a uniform motion in a straight line does not require a cause but “continues out of itself”. He postulated: a body left to its own devices moves in a straight-lined and uniform manner. This theorem is called Galilean Principle of Inertia. We read in many books on physics that this profound insight was the beginning of modern exact natural science. This is a strange claim because Galileo’s observation does not explain anything but describes only an effect which everybody can observe.
If we ignore that straight-lined is a very relative concept because we know that already the structure of space can curve, Galileo’s consideration is without any doubt true. But which cause is behind this principle of
Figure 74b is to make clear how the fields penetrate each other as far as their motional state allows. Repulsion develops as if one squeezes rubber balls into one another. This repulsion has directions, it is directed against the antagonising fields – and this is the difference between the repulsion principle and the previously known pressure-gravitation theories. This difference is important because all the previous theories proceeded from the assumption of a pressure stemming from some invented particles (gravitons) (fig. 74c) which hover between the bodies. This entails the problem that this pressure is constant and that the particles between the bodies have to disappear somehow in order to offer those outside the possibility to press the bodies towards each other. There are some bizarre explanations for it, like streams of particles and absorption theories, which we don’t have to deal with because they are illogical and couldn’t even explain why there is something like a “centre of gravity”.
Instead we will deal with a “flawless” field theory. The boundaries of matter are not where we perceive or see them. Every object that we touch has been in contact with us - with our field - long since. All matter - even celestial bodies - practically penetrates each other with its expansive fields. The difference between the object and the empty space is defined by very specific energy values. Our finger becomes a finger and the object it touches becomes an object in the very place where the two fields offer each other sufficient resistance. Our senses prepared themselves to put a boundary in this place so to say. Yet, the fields reach far beyond these boundaries and indirectly they can even be made visible by some kind of high-frequency photography. We know this phenomenon from books about parapsychology - but it is an absolutely normal process. In the same way as we can render the ultrasonic screams of a bat audible by creating differential tones in our frequency range of hearing by superimposing other ultrasonic frequencies (this also works excellently with dolphins), we can, at least partially, relativise the visibility boundaries of a field by bringing them into the range of visibility by means of superimposing a high-frequency electric field. This method is called electrography or Kirlian photography . Bodies particularly rich in energy, like organisms or the poles of a battery, show a very distinctive, clearly visible field which certainly also reveals every energetic change in the body. A leaf portrayed with this method shows how its field is streaming off boundlessly into the environment (figure 75).
The field of a compass needle touches the field of a leaf before the visible boundaries come in contact with each other (figure 76). Individual fields sum up to a total field like the three leaves in figure 77 demonstrate.
A horseshoe magnet shows the polarised space by which it is surrounded in a particularly impressively manner (figure 78).
The field differs succinctly from the fields of organic structures - we literally see that it has to be stronger and more
If we remember our fan wheel we understand immediately that mass is equivalent to the energy content (the motional state) of a field. According to Newton, mass is defined by the inertia of a body. The following tempting thought would appear to be the right thing: this inertia is nothing else but the resistance which the adversaries universal pressure and individual pressure (or rather the reduced universal pressure passing through) find with each
We could simply say that the resistance increases in the direction of the motion. We would have to exert a force to move the body out of its resting position against this resistance. Opposite to the motional direction, however - i.e. “behind” the body – the resistance is reduced because a “hole”, a reduction of the pressure, arises in the universal pressure so to speak. Metaphorically speaking: in front of the body something could “accumulate”, behind it something could thin. What could that be? The matrix of T.A.O.? But it does not move. It cannot be squeezed together or thinned! Therefore our explanation is obviously wrong. And now we know why Mach, Hoyle, and Einstein did not pursue the thought of a surrounding gravitational cause any further (which was an omission but the medium, “ether“, which was up for discussion at that time did not support this idea).
When we apply a force upon a body, for example by pushing it with one hand, it means that the fields of our hand meets with resistance at the fields of the body - and that the impulses of the atoms at the boundary of the body are influenced by it first. They retreat. And we know of course that the body does not move compactly but that its individual atoms propagate through the matrix... The atoms pass on the modifications to the impulses - thus the body moves at “intervals”, i.e. it propagates… And this explains some very essential things: firstly: the exerted force propagates through the body - it does not act instantaneously onto the body. One atom shoves the other... and that means also that the body does not move at all on both ends at the same time - because the force is passed on with a finite velocity: we know this velocity already: it is the velocity of light! Secondly: all atoms of this body are (roughly speaking) gyroscopes after all - with rotation or spin. Therefore they cannot be shoved into new impulse sequences and impulse spaces just like that but they put up resistance. They will do it as long as we apply the force - i.e. accelerate. And that is already the solution to the mystery of inertia! Thirdly: when the body does not move compactly at all and a force marches from one end to the other (in direction of the movement) and presses against one impulse field after the other, the body gets a little bit shorter in the direction of the movement. The physicist Lorentz would be glad now because that is exactly what he had suspected after all (and Einstein would also smile a little but we are going to cure him of it)! But that’s for later to be seen. When we don’t exert any more force the atoms don’t change any further, either. They go on drawing their circles... and nothing else happens ... Once levelled out, the body just continues to propagate... It is not only about the atoms being something like gyroscopes (which they are really not) but also about every change of direction costing the impulse some energy... and about the direction of the impulse paths within the matrix being changed when we set a body in motion. He who thinks of the Lorentz force already mentioned in the chapter “Games“ is not so
When Galileo made his discoveries he did not know, though, why things were as they were. Due to our way of looking at things we can comprehend Newton’s principles without any contradiction. The principle of inertia (a body free of force is moving in a straight-lined uniform way), principle of action (when a force acts upon a body it will accelerate it), and principle of reaction - all of them logical and simple processes within the matrix of
The motion which we get to see because of inertia
corresponds usually with a transmission of force within the body, often
only at the speed of sound, though – this can differ depending on the