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   How Inertia Works

   Newtons 3rd Law

  Equivalence Principle

Inertia by definition, is a property of Mass whereby it's motion is preserved. A Mass that is moving freely will continue moving in a straight line without loosing velocity, unless it is acted upon by some other force. Similarly, a Mass at rest will remain that way, unless it is acted upon by some other force.

 

Conservation of motion, is a local process. As such, observation of motion is subject to distortion when viewed from a distance. Remember Time is variable across Space, due to changes in density of DOP.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inertia works, because of spherical waves created by Mass.

The heartbeat of Mass facilitates a displacement of its position among surrounding DOP, if there is any imbalance of it's collapsed state center. Mass waves keep their shape with each cycle, but DOP fill in the gap as waves collapse. At the start of the next cycle a Mass will expand to find DOP has taken that place, so it pushes away from that point by the same amount. Essentially, Mass is swimming in DOP. This explains conservation of motion, in motion. Mass at rest behaves exactly the same, it retains it's shape and pushes evenly on DOP resulting in no change of position.

Forcible interactions of Masses, alter Inertia of each involved.

If Mass pushes on Mass, the waves between get crushed. This offsets each Mass center to the direction of contact. The result of pushing on a Mass wave is to invoke the physical posture of that waveform to push back. This is the equal and opposite reaction posed in Newton's 3rd Law.

 

In releasing an applied force as described above, a similar transition occurs. In addressing the sudden absence of force, the wave will fill that void, giving it the posture to move in the opposite direction as the void, with the same energy.

General Relativity introduced the equivalence principle!

This recognizes the indistinguishable nature of Gravity to the situation of an accelerated frame of reference.

 

I find this principle to be in error. If BIG Theory's basic presumption of DOP  and Mass waves is true. If we examine a significantly large accelerated frame of reference, before objects directly interact with the edge of that frame, their waveform could be spherical. One the other hand, if we have an object involved with a Gravitational field; The object approaching the surface of a gravitational source would have a waveform postured for motion, it would not be spherical.

 

There is a possible test for such a condition. This would involve the introduction of heat to the objects in each of the situations above. Heat moves away from a gravitational source, or in the case of a moving object it trails behind. So what we would be looking for is a heat signature tending to one side of an object.

 

Note: We are using an example of heat being radiated from an object that is not experiencing friction from and outside source.

BIG Theory: What is Inertia?

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