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Acceleration

By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

vi) Acceleration: The velocity of a mass is established by the initial acceleration of all of its internal charges by an external force.  That force advances the charges in the mass into a space which was magnetized in the previous moment.

(1) The result of applying an additional force, and external force in addition to the inertia force, is that the point of maximum magnetization is now even farther behind in the current position of the charge, and more of the volume of charge maximization is behind the charge.  The result is that a greater volume of space is behind the charge where the magnetic field is dropping than was present at the lower velocity.  The result is that a greater inertial force is established after a moment of acceleration, and the mass and its charges retain that inertial force, which is now the new forward pushing force (an E field) that creates the moment by moment forward motion of the charge.

(2) The result of the maximum B field (from the previous moment’s polarization of the local space) being behind the point charge at the beginning of each moment, is the key phenomenon that a greater increment of magnetization is behind the charge than in front.

(3) Because a greater percentage of the magnetized space is behind the charge, the decay of the B field will always be supplying a net inertial force in the forward direction, which will produces the advancement of an increment of distance.

(4) If an external force is applied in addition to the inertial force, the charge will accelerate each moment during the time that the external force is acting.

(5) According to Newton’s 3rd law, every action creates a reaction which is opposite and equal.  Thus, the inertial force of the target converts into being the external force applied by the incoming mass to the target.  The target applies its own inertial force to the incoming mass.  The result is that the incoming loses velocity and kinetic energy, while the target gains velocity and kinetic energy.  The fully symmetric application of force backward and forward produces the effect of the conservation of energy.  The force forward and backward are equal and opposite, and this interchange produces the effect of adding kinetic force added or subtracted to the target and incoming mass.

(6) There is an actual, absolute, physical amount of E field and B field that is being exerted upon every mass and DP in the universe at every moment.  But, the choice of reference frame is arbitrary upon which to examine the velocity of a mass.

(7) If the frame changes so that in frame1 a mass has a zero velocity and in frame2 it has a high velocity, the interactions will be equivalent because the difference in the speed between the two masses will cause the net external force.

i) Closely analyzing the processes involved in the acceleration by an external force reveals the mechanism by which the motion is retained after acceleration.

i) As an external force accelerates the charged mass, the region in front of the mass is storing energy as a magnetic field.

ii) Space reacts to this change of magnetic field by creating an E field to oppose the acceleration, a phenomenon known as Lenz’s law.

iii) This phenomenon produces the experience of inertia, which gives mass the feeling of resistance while attempting to accelerate it.  This phenomenon gives us the sense of resistance when stepping on the gas and accelerating a car, throwing a rock, or launching a metal air hockey puck.

j) The velocity of the mass causes it to move into the region of stored magnetic field.  Thus, a portion of the magnetic field that was formed in the forward region collapses in the region behind the mass.

i) The faster the charged particle travels, the greater the increment of magnetically charged space the particle moves into at each moment.  Thus, an unbalanced increment of forward directed E field is generated at each moment that applies a net force in the forward direction.

ii) Thus, the increment of the mass’s velocity is directly proportional to the increment of its differential of force producing forward motion.

k) In short, the increment of difference in magnetic field energy stored in the trailing edge produces the net force applied at each moment to create the velocity seen associated with its momentum and kinetic energy.

i) Analyzing the situation in more detail: every particle stops each moment and only moves a distance the next moment according to the forces acting upon it.  Thus, velocity is produced as a moment-by-moment result of net force acting upon the mass.  A larger net force will produce a larger increment of displacement each moment.  Thus, when viewed at the DP level dimensions, force produces an increment of distance advancement per increment of time proportional to the magnitude of the force (i.e. sum of all the FPs).

ii) On the macro level, force is considered to produce an acceleration of a mass (not to maintain velocity).  Thus, there is an apparent conflict between the concept of force acting on the DP level, and force operating on the macro-mass level.  This conflict resolves when realizing that the external force applied at one moment to the macro mass becomes stored in the kinetic energy of the mass, which applies a force to the individual DPs comprising the mass on a continual basis, and it is that ongoing “kinetic energy force” that causes the DPs (and hence the mass) to advance each moment.  Thus, the external force of the current moment is simply adding to the velocity (and hence adding to the kinetic-energy-force already achieved by the previous moments of external force application).

iii) Thus, on the micro-level, the force operating on a DP can be the stable, ongoing kinetic-energy-force which produces a constant velocity.  This force is applied at the same magnitude each moment, and thus it produces the same advancement of an increment of distance each moment, hence a constant velocity.

iv) In the case where an external force is acting upon a moving mass, the total force acting on the DP will be a sum of the kinetic energy force, and the external force.  The addition of the external force produces acceleration, whereas the force of kinetic energy produces only a constant advancement of distance each moment, hence a constant velocity.  The apparent contradiction about force producing a constant velocity in one case, and acceleration in the next is that the kinetic energy force is invisible on the macro level when the mass is in constant velocity inertial movement.

v) This consideration, where force produces a constant velocity, is in the spectrum of considerations about how force on the DP level produces tension, movement, or acceleration.

(1) The first case is a spring in tension by an external force.  In this case there is a force producing tension between the distended atoms in the metal lattice.  In this case the external force is balanced by the tension between the nucleus and the shared electron cloud of the lattice, causing the spring to be held at an equilibrium distance.  In the case of equal and opposite forces, there is no velocity.

(2) The second case is mass in motion, which has the kinetic energy force moving the DP forward each moment.  In this case there is a constant velocity because the system has a constant internal force, the kinetic energy force which is moving it forward each moment a constant increment.

(3) The third case: consider the mass with an initial velocity, plus an external force.  In this case the kinetic energy force will maintain its constant velocity each moment, and the external force will add an increment of velocity to the mass each moment, thus producing acceleration.  The integration of the total amount of force acting over time on the mass produces a momentum.

l) The fact of the constantly increasing velocity with only an apparent external constant force disguises the fact that on the micro level there is constant kinetic energy force acting to maintain the velocity.  The external force must be applied to increase the kinetic energy force.  Adding to the kinetic energy force increases the velocity, and applying an external force to the mass is the only way to do this.

i) The momentum/kinetic energy of a mass (and its associated velocity) is the result of the force generated by the collapsing of the stored magnetic fields.  It is the kinetic energy force that creates the constant velocity of momentum, and it is the external force adds an extra increment of force that produces acceleration.  Thus, during acceleration, the kinetic energy force is added to the external force, and by so doing the momentum is increased, the kinetic energy is increased, and the moment-by-moment kinetic energy force is increased.