Physics and Global Dynamics: Global Physics

Molwick
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Avoiding where possible the use of mathematics, Global Dynamics develops Global Mechanics' model about the structure of matter regarding the relations between mass and movement or velocity and its variation or acceleration.

According to the ancient Physics of the Greeks, the natural state of bodies was to be at rest. In Classical Dynamics, Newton’s Laws provided the causes for being at rest and the quantification of motion, such as in the free fall of bodies.

The theories of Relativity and Quantum Mechanics have developed Newton's kinematics of movement. They describe motion but not the causes for it, just its mathematical representation.

Einstein’s General Relativity tries to add some causes, such as the geometric effect of the space-time continuum, but it is still a mathematical explanation, always biased and with many odd singularities.

Global Dynamics explains the physical causes of motion of both mass and electromagnetic energy. Mass within the reticular structure of matter as a medium support –global or kinetic aether–, and electromagnetic energy within luminiferous aether –longitudinal tension of global aether.

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Molwick
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Published on
Oct 1, 2016
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Pages
120
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ISBN
9788415328360
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English
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Science / Energy
Science / Gravity
Science / Mechanics / Statics
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