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1已有 1454 次阅读  2011-11-10 08:18   标签face  normal  black  Power 
 

The Principles of the Motion and Power of Earth Rotation

                                  Yiquan  jiang2010/10/05

Abstract: The means of the coexistence of power and motion has been discovery. This discovery helps to unify electromagnetic force, strong interaction force and gravitational force and explain the principles of the motion and power of earth rotation. This paper is focused on “the principles of the existence of motion and power”, which are related to the philosophical concept that “motion produces power”. By this concept and another philosophical concept in classical dynamics – “power changes motion”, we can identify the scientific principles of the self-c**istency of universe movements without resorting to the “first cause” hypothesis.

Keywords:     External Motion and Power, Internal Motion and Power, Coexistence of Motion and Power

[China Book Classification Code] N         [Literature Classification Code] A

 

Introduction

 

More than three hundred years ago, Leibniz questioned Newton on the source of power, which remains an unsolved question in modern natural science.

With the failure to identify the source of power, the “first cause” hypothesis is often used to account for universe movements; this hypothesis, however, is not compatible with natural science.

In light of this situation, this paper has identified several forms of coexistence of power and motion on the basis of natural phenomena, and termed the relati** between power and motion “the principles of the existence of motion and power”. Following is an analysis of the coexistence of power and motion.

1.    Three Forms of Coexistence of Motion and Power (The Principles of the Existence of Motion and Power)

This section explores the coexistence of motion and power from a fresh philosophical perspective – “the source of power”. This coexistence is referred to as “the principles of the existence of motion and power”.

In addition to the relati** between motion and power in classical dynamics, this section also throws light on certain intrinsic forms of correlation between motion and power are also, with important conclusi** drawn to supplement the understanding of power and motion.

In this section, the following motion and power phenomena are described, and the intrinsic natural characteristics of motion and power are summed up:

(a)   The flow of electr** produces electromagnetic force and follows a definitive direction;

(b)   The movements of magnetic atoms in the direct of the same pole produce magnetic force and help to determine the N/S directi**;

(c)   There exists a gravitational force in the movement of the earth relative to the universe, and this force points to the earth’s core;

(d)   There exists a strong force in the high-velocity rotation of atomic nuclei, and this force points to the core;

In all of the above natural phenomena, motion and force exist in pairs, at different levels of energy, in particular directi**, and in different spaces. On the basis of these phenomena, I have come with the notion that “power originates from motion”. I’ve also summed up the various forms of force existing in physics in terms of natural principles, and drawn the conclusion that the coexistence of power and motion is a vital law in nature and shows the following three characteristics.

           

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         1.1   Coexistence of Motion and Power at Different Levels of Energy

Due to limited human understanding of motion, and in particular, power  and as motion and power, which exist at the same time, may differ vastly in energy levels, without more technology, it would be very difficult to identify their overall characteristics, either macro or micro. Natural phenomena indicate that motion and power exist side by side and the power in this coexistence is smaller than that of motion in the coexistence. This relati**hip between motion and power is the essential natural roots of the quantum theory.

1.2   Centripetal Coexistence of Motion and Power

Motion is converted into a number of ideal dynamic mass points. Power and motion are synchronized and c**tantly point to the direction of moving mass points. The resulting directional characteristics of motion and power help to establish the directional rules of centripetal force, gravitational force, nuclear force, and electromagnetic force.

1.3   Spatial Distribution of Motion and Power

At the different levels of energy as described in Section 1.1, there is a positive correlation between motion and power.

With the directional characteristics as described in Section 1.2, a space of spherical coordinates is established at the original point, which is the moving mass center. With the increase of distance from the original point, power at the space points converges in distribution as the natural logarithmic function falls . This is the simultaneous distribution of motion and power in different spaces. To illustrate this point, a diagram is provided in the following section.

2    Motion and Power Diagram

To illustrate the above point, in Fig. 1, the relati** between motion and power at different levels of energy and in different directi** in the space are defined over a circular surface. The diagram shows the overall instantaneous existential distribution of motion and power in the space.

A description of the mathematical quantitative relati**hip and a formula are provided in the in the reference .

 

             

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Power Body

 

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                Fig. 1             Coexistence of Natural Motion and Power

From the above analysis, we deduce that “motion produces power”, which serves as a supplemental interpretation for the notion of the “source of power”. The coexistence of power and motion as describe above is an intrinsic characteristic of motion and power in nature. This characteristic is a natural attribute “without a cause”, just as the fact that “power changes motion” is also a natural attribute “without a cause”. This defines the natural existential relati**hip between motion and power in coexistence and distribution in terms of space, direction, levels of energy, and time.

The universe operates at different levels of energy in accordance with the above motion and power rules, and different spaces in the universe overlap and interact with one another under these quantitative relati**. The collection of motion and power spaces with different levels of magnitude c**titutes the overall universe.

Limited human understanding of the motion and power spaces has given rise to the perception that “the universe is unlimited”.

The above illustrates the principles of the existence of motion and power. On this basis, a description of the gravitational force and rotation of the earth is given below.

                   

 

 

3.    Analysis of the Gravitational Force and Rotation of the Earth

      

In the above section, we illustrated the fact that power exists in motion space, and pointed out that gravitational force “exists” with motion.

 

With the principles of the existence of force, we are able account for the self-c**istence of the earth’s gravitational force and rotation in terms of natural science.

 

The Earth’s Gravitational Force: The earth is a moving body. According to the principles of the existence of power, the earth’s gravitational force is the result of the earth’s moti**. In the natural phenomenon in which motion and power coexists in different spaces, at different levels of energy and in the centripetal direction, moti** with the earth as “the points” encompass the spaces of “the points”, and there exists a gravitational force in a large sphere, at a small level of energy and in the centripetal direction. The gravitational force converges in a direction opposite to the earth’s core, and exists simultaneously with the earth’s moti**.

 

This is how the earth’s gravitational force exists.

 

The Earth’s Rotation: Likewise, in line with the principles of existence, the combined force arising from the moti** of all planetary systems in the universe, except the force resulting from the earth’s high-velocity moti**, creates a torque force in the space of the earth; thus, the earth rotates in a steady manner and the balance between motion and power is established.

 

As such, the earth’s rotation is the result of the overall moti** of the universe.

 

The principles of the existence of power and motion help not only to understand the earth’s gravitational force and rotation, but also to account for the phenomenon of turbulence, as illustrated below.

 

4.    Complete Relati**hip between the Motion and Power of Turbulence

      

       Turbulence is an unexplained phenomenon in fluid dynamics relating to gas and liquid.

      

With the centrality, coexistence and energy levels of motion and power as illustrated in Section 1, the diagram illustrating the coexistence of motion and power, and dynamic characteristics of gas and liquid, we can identify the complete theoretical foundation of the turbulence phenomenon.

      

The complex fluid dynamic phenomenon can be clearly accounted for with the above natural principles. See reference  for a formula relating to the quantification of its internal motion and power space.

 

Conclusion

 

The fact that motion and power coexist in different spaces, at different levels of energy and in the centripetal direction is a summary of the observati** of natural phenomena. As a natural law, this summary lends support to the quantum theory and principles relating to the earth’s rotation, turbulence, and the universe’s self-c**istency. It also provides an approach to unify classical dynamics, the theory of relativity, and quantum dynamics, thus improving the fundamental understanding of the organizational relati**hip of motion and power or the structure of substances.

 

Due to the c**traint of space, only the above notes are provided

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  • 孙景玉 2011-11-15 12:28
    山人仅读懂近三分之一,先生可否用中文再发一次?
  • 江一泉 2011-11-18 16:00
    木兰山人: 山人仅读懂近三分之一,先生可否用中文再发一次?
    好的,谢谢阅读
  • 江一泉 2011-11-18 16:21
    木兰山人: 山人仅读懂近三分之一,先生可否用中文再发一次?
    已经发了,谢谢
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