COMPLETE UNIVERSE - DYNAMIC SPACE - WAVE PHENOMENA
Having thought about something so tiny and trying to describe invisible phenomena that play a role for the
existence of the physical world, we must understand that all what we say does not concern a multitude of things and their history. In order to
be able to describe these microscopic phenomena and understand them and to reveal unknown relations of nature through the structure of matter,
we do not need to know some new things, but the quantities and mathematical relations that link these quantities. What is done in the tiny space
and which can be observed very indirectly by using complex instruments and computers, is nothing else but elementary variations in quantities.
Therefore, in order to be able to think and understand, we will have to represent these changes in shapes, circles, arcs, strings, radii,
trigonometric relations and observe the numerical values of the changes (with fragmentation and "freezing" of changes in corresponding lengths,
time intervals, equivalent quantities) from which the results of the measurements are derived. By the observation of the numerical relations the
laws, the mathematical "preferences" of nature and those mathematical relations which lead to the existence of the ordinary world of visible
mass are revealed. The application of trigonometric relations on paper for the representation of the physical phenomena, which create and
sustain the Universe, is a source of knowledge of the laws of nature. This application stimulates research with more expectations than the
particle collisions into accelerators.
The wave principle of formation and preservation of microscopic phenomena and their strangeness will
appear more clearly with few numbers. The length of 1m needs time of 1m / 2,997924e8 m / s =
0,333564e-8 sec with the maximum speed of light. The length of 1cm is traveled in about 10e-10sec (ie. in 0,000000001 sec). It is not
necessary to compute separately these numbers with
many zeros. Here e it is needed only to compare and imagine if it helps. Suppose that the observations of the microscopic phenomena are in
this (relatively large) distance of 1 centimeter. The advanced technology of the 20th century is already needed in order to make inquiries
and accurate measurements at such distance. The outer electrons of an atom are linked at several shorter lengths, at which the light traveled in quite less
time, approaching 10e-20 zeros before the decimal point. Question to good elementary school students and high school students: Can
we observe changes in such small dimensions, if light takes longer to reach the detectors or directly our eyes? With how much delay?
The problem becomes even more difficult and interesting, when we consider that light - by which we
are informed - is not a continuous flow of particles or a continuous beam but is an alternating and rhythmic phenomenon (of two fields). The
light frequency range is close to the frequency (in cycles per sec) of 10e14 Hz and conversely, the period of the alternation of fields is
sec. So if changes are made in an alternating and rhythmic manner in so short lengths, then these changes should be slower than the pace of
the light in order to be observed properly. Only in that case the light "is prepared" to react to all the short moments, when microscopic
changes occur instantaneously. Otherwise, if the paces of the microscopic changes are faster than the one of light, then light will
not react at all the times with the microscopic phenomena and will not reveal them properly as a whole. The observation and information will
encounter difficulties and our technology will be primitive if we consider that the origin of wave phenomena, by which particles are
produced by the "empty" space, is in more microscopic lengths and in greater rates than the 14 zeros of the light (and at times shorter than
the 14 zeros before the decimal point of sec).
UNIVERSE - DYNAMIC SPACE - WAVE PHENOMENA. How the natural laws and forces are applied. What they didn't think in Physics and Philosophy... in last
A rational and unified theory on time, space, matter, forces and structure of the Universe. The nature and the physical phenomena are explained by a total
amount of energy (in equilibrium), which was logically identified with the free space and by rapid fluctuations of this constant energy, which were logically
identified with particles and matter. The complete and stabilized Universe is appeared as a free space! The reading and printing of the
treatise can be easy without graphic environment from separated files (as are the PDF).
COMPLETE UNIVERSE - DYNAMIC FREE SPACE - WAVE PHENOMENA
Bang" in Cosmology: The cosmos present as a complete total (and constant energy quantity) that seems like a free space.
The fundamental thoughts and relations for the interpretation of nature[*] (with all
individual things). The universal physical constants and the mathematic limits in the
physical changes. How a multitude wave phenomena, by the oscillation of the free
space with the fastest rates of nature (and with their deceleration), produce
periodic motions and forces and create the building blocks of the world (matter).
FUNDAMENTAL RELATIONS AND THOUGHTS FOR THE
UNIFIED DESCRIPTION AND INTERPRETATION FOR ALL PHENOMENA
The universal physical constants pi, c, G, h are relations from the existence of constant minimum and
maximum limits (fundamentally time, length, velocity, rate of change of motion, frequency, force and quantity of energy per unit time) that
regulate all energy changes. They appear and relate to each other, because changes in sizes to fundamental phenomena occur with certain
insuperable max and min limits.
AS FREE SPACE
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" BIG QUESTIONS " - SHORT ANSWERS - BIG SURPRISES !
Eventually, there was no need to look back in time and find a single source and a beginning for what followed. The world as a complete whole
is the alone beginning to explain the existence of physical laws. So purely, without choosing individual elements, without we refuge in fantasies, without
despair that brings the thought about an infinite progression past. All these difficulties disappear, and only one remains: how the Universe achieves to
regulate the individual developments and how do applied the laws to all phenomena... so that the totality (of all things) seems incomplete and always
unfinished! The answer can not be given without understanding how the physical space associated with the structural elements (as wave phenomena).
The materialistic way of life is ingrained in fantasies and lies, not in self-awareness and coincides with egocentric lifestyle and mindset. Selfishness, bias,
nonsense and paranoid spirit are other aspects of the materialistic way of life and perception.
Do you discover the philosophy accidentally now? What is the
Philosophy. Philosophy & reality