3.a.2.a) Thoughts on love in Modern Physics
When we incorporate spatial one-dimension into Love, light emerges. Moreover, if we add time, life appears in the broad sense, including poetry like this love poem:
I imagine that no one would have thought that the previous paragraph are love thoughts in Modern Physics, obviously we are dealing with a little poetic license. On the contrary, the love thoughts in the following paragraphs can get deeper into that concept of Modern Physics.
Before, we had said that the inverse concept of mass * space was a strange concept, very strange indeed. Now we can look at it in its most simplified form as the container formed by the unique concept of kilogram and meter together.
The logic of science or Modern Physics should force us to look for something with more sense in terms of physics and intuitiveness, and to carry out more love thoughts so that if we multiply and divide the units of love by 1 Newton, we end up with:
L = [(N/kg) / (N m)]
And reading the formula literally, we see that the thoughts on love have given results and that one can see the meaning of love as a function of the relation between force per unit of mass and energy. Likewise, it can be a function of the relation between acceleration and energy.
L = (m/s²) / (N m)
The value that L takes on when the speed of time is 1 s/c here c is the space light travels in a second will be G/c²c², which is a rather tiny unit and it seems a beautiful thought to call it “amorcito”, therefore:
L amorcito = G/c²c² = 8.26069 * 10-45 (1/kg m)
Continuing with these beautiful thoughts on physics love, let us christen a greater unit of love, it will be Molwick and, not to underestimate ourselves, and for reasons that are irrelevant right now, it will be the same as:
Which is equivalent to:
1 Mw = c5/G² amorcitos
1 Mw = 4.49285 * 10+18 (1/kg m)
1 Molwick = 1 Mw = c/G (1/kg m)
The reason for the name is strictly personal. It was a time that between mol ~ and ~ wick; there was a relation of pure and wild love… The Equation of Love is the result of an amassed experiment and this relation in particular for its coincidence in time, just like the concept of eternal life, which it mathematically derives from it. Our own perception is that, when love is infinite, time is infinite, or space is zero or both. Personally, I would say that what is important is the subjective perception.
The subjective point of view that we were interpreting by talking about the squared acceleration of time is very good as a philosophical and metaphysical exercise or love thoughts. However, it is not very scientifically useful while we do not know how it can affect the objective reality; perhaps it can be useful for us in order to better understand the world and, consequently, broaden our possibilities of intervention.
However, it appears that by talking about the concept of a Molwick we are getting into an objective point of view since we have used concepts with an intuitive physics’ sense.
In any case, confusing the personal point of view with the objective reality can obviously have some counterproductive effects.
On the other hand, we must recognize that what love thoughts and metaphysics are at one time, can go on to become physics due to the technological advances, and what does not reach intuition can end up being intuitive later on, likewise, someone who dedicates a certain amount of effort to a subject matter considerably improves his intuitive command.
Nevertheless, science does not always advance in the right direction, an element that helps to identify whether it is taking the right path is the simplicity with which it explains the new concepts regardless of the technical difficulty.
Another element is the duration of time of the intuitive comprehension of the aforementioned concepts. This thought could apply to an individual as well as to a social scale with the proper adaptation of the temporal perspective.
In the subjective sense, we can analyze love from various perspectives, such as sweet thoughts, metaphysics, poetry and others, since I think that it is very effectively included in the story of love about the Sun, clouds, and stars.
In the following section dedicated to gravity, we will continue discussing the possible mathematical significance of Universal Love in the future or metaphysical physics, and we will try to establish a bridge or, sketchy yet important, connections with Modern Physics.