Gravimotion Interpretation of Nature







Gravimotion interpretation of matter and mass

The gravity surrounding any material object such as our Earth is occurring under concurring motion (see gravity); and at the image of gravity, mass is occurring under motions all directed toward a common center; in actuality, mass is occurring at a much higher density than gravity; gravity being a byproduct of the mass it is surrounding.

Mass and gravity are both concurring motion-volumes toward a center of gravity.

Getting back to space-time, two of the motion-volumes making it may butt heads on, and unable to penetrate each other's front end are stalling into an entangled, inert pair.
subatomic particle constitution A great number of these inert pairs may congregate together around a common center of gravity and initiate a particle matter; such high density delineates the (so-called) mass of a subatomic particle; only 4 ot these inert pairs are represented acting in this cross-section illustration.
While this process is occurring, the mo(ve)ment present within the volume invaded is pushed-out, and by reaction is oriented in the opposite direction toward the center and is establishing the gravimotion surrounding it; the illustration slows down on end of cycle to allow observation of the gravimotion surrounding the newly created particle.
Our human concepts of mass and gravity are, in gravimotion, both occupying the present mo(ve)ment in its entire volume; yet mass' absolute-motion-volume pairs are in such higher density than its surrounding gravimotion that they can no longer be penetrated by other material particles of similar constitution.
The present mo(ve)ment's absolute-motion-volumes appear in blue; indicating they are invisible to human eyes; on the other hand, the material subatomic particle is represented in black color.

Note that, in quantum mechanics, particles pop haphazardly out of empty space and are made of energy, particle matter emerging out of nothing; in gravimotion, space-time is occurring as absolute-motion-volumes out of which pop out particles of absolute-motion-volumes, particle matter emerging now out of a compatible environment.

In return, the demolition of such a particle amounts to reversing its explosive gravimotion into a blast of motion precisely described mathematically by Einstein's famous E=mC2 equation.
In gravimotion interpretation, " m " becomes a number with no unit, which is defining the quantity of C2 pairs involved, like " m = one hundred " or " m = one million "; these light's speed squared " C2 " alone actually implementing matter; a great number "m" of "C2" does not implement a "quantity" moving faster than "C" as the "m" are occurring in pairs of motion-volumes butting head on at each other, maintaining them in an overall inert state motion wise.
The squared C2 that is km2 / hours2, can also be interpreted as a surface (km2) multiplied by an inverted time (/hour) which is a motion-volume in gravimotion; the whole again multiplied by an inversed time (/hour) which makes it an accelerated motion.
In gravimotion, science's energy is interpreted as an entity moving along time, that is motion; both E and C2 being identical.

Advocating space-time and mass are both occurring under absolute-motion-volumes is a thinking definitely not part of science physics.

Motion of matter

particle motion An object is in motion while its motion-volumes pairs are set out of equilibrium; such a motion or out of equilibrium state is provided by external motion entering in contact with it and transferring to it some of its own loss of equilibrium; this justifies science's principle of “energy” conservation; any motion state continuing unabated unless acted upon by another external motion.
The loss of equilibrium is occurring within pairs having any component of their orientation along that motion. This illustration shows only the modification of the gravimotion surrounding the matter; an identical modification occurs within matter itself, modifying the motion of the center of gravity, which in science is used to define the motion of the particle.
A spin motion just as a linear motion does not require any additional motion to occur; a turn on the other hand requires constant external action to keep turning.

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