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Title: How to understand physics and make another one
Post by: soliris on January 21, 2017, 10:57:06 AM


Everyone believes he understands space-time physics on this planet, yet it is coded in its formulas by words that have nothing to do with space and time.

This is why, ladies and gentlemen, after some unsuccessful attempts, we present the new space-time formulas in which masses, electric charges and magnetic fluxes have disappeared.

The secret consisted in considering kilograms and coulombs as space in 3 dimensions (volume). As soon as you adopt this point of view, you will see that the volts, the amps, the kinetic moments, the magnetic moments disappear ... to leave room for formula in (meters. second) or in meters / second ...

Do you know that 1 Tesla is actually expressed in 1 antisecond, which is written mathematically in 1 / second?

Here is a list of formulas (which you can check and recalculate) which will make you understand for example that a mechanical pressure has the same dimensional units as an electrical voltage in meter² / sec²?

Let us transform the 70 best formulas of physics by reducing them to their simplest expression, in order to dilute the potentials and inertias in this space-time that we want to cross ...

Potential or charge    New formula space/time                      Physical unit.            Formula / Designation

Space                        is expressed in m by definition             Meter

Time                         is expressed in sec by definition            Second

Frequency                                             in 1 / sec                   Hertz

Speed                                                  in m / sec

Gradient of speed in                             in 1 / sec                    Antiseconde

Acceleration                                         in   m / sec2

Mass                                                    in m                        Kilograms

Volume                                                in m3                           Liter

Pressure                                              in m2 / sec2                Pascal

Force                                                   in m4 / sec2                Newton

Energy                                                in m5 / sec2                  Joule

Power                                                 in m5 / sec3                   Watt

Potent.of Planck                                 in m5 / sec                    Joule.seconde

Electric charge                                   in meter3                        Coulomb

Elec. current (intensity)                    in meter3 / sec                Ampere

Electrical voltage V                            in m2 / sec2                    Volt

Electrical resistance                           in 1 / meter.sec              Ohm

Electrical resistivity                           In 1 / sec                         Ohm.meter

Electrical Conductance                      In sec. mètre                  Siemens                            Reverse Resistance

Electroconductivity                           In second                        Siemens / meter               reverse resistivity

Electric capacity                                in meter / sec²                Farad

Electric Inductance                           in 1 / meter                      Henry

Electrical flow                                   in m3 / sec2                     Volt. Metre

Electrical field E                                in m / sec2                       Volt / meter

Magnet field. B                                 in 1 / sec                         Tesla                        Magnetic induction

Magnet field. H                                in m2 / sec                       Ampere / meter        Applied magnetic excit.

Permittivity electr                           in sec2                               Farad / meter               designated "Epsil."

Magnet permeability.                      In 1 / meter2                    Henry / meter                designated "Mu"

Density of electr.                            In meter                           Coulomb / meter2         electric induction

Magnetic moment                          in m5 / sec                        Joule / Tesla

Kinetic moment                             In m5 / sec2                      Kilog. Mt2 / sec[/size]

Mom. Dipol. Electrostat                 in m4                                 Coulomb. Metre

Mom. Dipol. gravitation.                In m4 Kilog.                       Metre

and many others ....
Title: Re: How to understand physics and make another one
Post by: Floor on January 21, 2017, 04:19:05 PM

             very nice, and a good direction I think.
             thank you.
Title: Re: How to understand physics and make another one
Post by: wattsup on January 21, 2017, 04:56:46 PM

I agree about the mechanical equal to electrical levels. if you are intent on changing your perspective on how the electrical values can be more inline with mechanical attributes, I would recommend you read my Spin Conveyance Theory that does exactly that. It actually eliminates the electron and the field form cause/effect relations. It puts the onus on the atom itself and its varying sizes and very talented nuclei that do all the trick we consider as real and observable without and electron or field involved.

You can get the two pdf files so far available here;

As a side note, I will soon be putting up a list from the Periodical Table of Elements showing how Spin Conveyance shows a more direct and pertinent relationship between the atoms and their attributes.

Title: Re: How to understand physics and make another one
Post by: soliris on January 22, 2017, 03:27:40 PM

Waiting for the Spin Conveyance and the relationship between the atoms and their attributes, I would like to know what is real and observable for you without any electron or field involved.

Title: Re: How to understand physics and make another one
Post by: Zephir on January 22, 2017, 03:37:37 PM
You should make familiar with natural (geometrodynamic) ( system of units (, originally proposed by Nobelist J.A.Wheeler
Title: Re: How to understand physics and make another one
Post by: soliris on January 23, 2017, 12:34:28 PM
Hello Zephir,

Your first link doesn't mach, like many others on the web, curiously.
And the second one is from Wikipedia. Splendid, really.