4. Metaphysics and physics
4.a) Philosophy, science and religion
In the realm of metaphysics and philosophy, the duality of the subjective and objective reality can have strong implications given that at the heart of it all we are talking about is the basic mechanisms of life.
The personal experiences where we feel the changes in the temporal speed or the acceleration of time relate intimately to the concepts of life, effort, and love, therefore, belonging to the realm of metaphysics.
We are still far from discovering the latest principle of life in terms of physics or science. But if energy is alive in the sense of being a bearer of willpower, freedom and love in of itself; there is no doubt that advances in the knowledge of their behavior and characteristics will bring us closer to the initial and basic mechanisms of Life.
In any case, even though the mutual influence of science, philosophy, and religion are beneficial, it is undeniable that they should not blend too much, or at least, not much more than what this book does with metaphysics and physics.
On some occasions, I get the impression that throughout history they have been playing ring around the rosy, and in others, ring around the tulip, the gladiola, and the daisy!
4.b) Time, space, and speed
These concepts of Global Physics relate closely to metaphysics and to life - it is hard to imagine life without the existence of time.
The perception of time is subjective and even inexistent when we are asleep. This is also a common legacy of physics and metaphysics.
In order to avoid the subjectivity and to be able to communicate and recognize temporal aspects, we create and abstract concept and try to measure and determine by means that are independent from the observer. It is the time of clocks.
The main characteristic of this concept is being absolute. It does not depend on any external or internal variable of the individual, it is an abstract concept, perhaps it does not even exist in reality, but as a concept, it is absolute and real as life itself.
Together with these classic concepts of time, subjective and objective, the relativity of time of Modern Physics appears. This becomes marked by the mathematical formulas that produce it and by the very same relative definition of a second, which in my opinion, the only thing that it leads to is conceptual confusion and loss of its intuitive notion.
In short, for scientific purposes, I think time should be a monotonous, growing, and continuous function and that its unit definition is not adequate.
Something similar happens with space, it is an absolute and abstract concept, and the definition of a meter should change in order to make it independent from time, gravity, and energy.
The true relative concept is speed or the relation between space and time.
While observing the metaphysical-mathematical game with the Equation of Love and obtaining gravity according to love and energy, the topic changes perspective given that the formula for love can have implications in the science of physics and not being a mere exercise of metaphysics and scientific poetry as was my intention at first.
It could be a subjective point of view of the universe. While reading the formula, we realize that acceleration, or even better, the speed of time intervenes, which forms part of the fiction, metaphysics, or subjective reality. I have already commented that the subjective or relative perception of the beings does not affect at all the objective reality.
Specifically, subjective gravity coincides with the objective gravity as long as the subjective speed of time coincides with the objective speed.
This thought about beings reminds me of the following paragraph of the GTCEL “Despite this philosophical approach to life, which, in the last analysis, leads us to assume that all beings are living beings; Generally I will continue using the definition of living beings such as plants and animals, given that it is a useful term while talking about genetics.”
Now then, on the scale of physics, we do not have that problem; we can refer to the subjective character of any object. To the extent that this subjective character can mean a real and premeditated change in time or in the speed of light, we would find ourselves with life itself or one of the more basic displays of the exercise of freedom.
We must be careful with the conceptual comprehension of the mathematical formulas, since some of them can be more metaphysical than what one could expect.
For example, we can understand the acceleration of time squared in the Equation of Love as:
The inverse of the normal acceleration per meter cubed (s² /m m³).
Another alternative could be (kg / N m³) which would be the relation between mass and the force times the unit of three dimensional space or volume. Moreover, we already know that this relation between the mass and force relates to the speed and acceleration: it is about the concept of global mass or mass at rest plus kinetic mass.
Another is (s s/m m³) which could be read as something to with the property of time and speed is added and is joined together with a three-dimensional spatial container.
However, it seems that the most reasonable physics interpretation would be that (s²/m²) is the inverse of the c² and signifies the relation between mass and energy. In addition, that the remaining (1/m²) refers to an inverse relation to the G constant of the Equation of Love, that is, that Love times Energy gives us the acceleration of gravity, which is similar to the normal formula for gravity.
Surely if we continue looking, other possibilities will appear.
Metaphysics and subjective perception of time
The Love Equation in its initial formulation normally refers to time but equally functions with space and indirectly with the spatial speed and its inverse or temporal speed.
It would be nice to understand the vision of the subjectivity that brings the acceleration of time to life, as well as the representation of objective reality by the Love Equation in its aspect of relation between force times each kilogram and energy.
This gives us an idea of the importance of the correct interpretation of the mathematical expressions in which both aspects can be apparent.
At the same time, it allows the comprehension of the necessary coincidence of the two points of view for any given moment for the physics variables in the study.
I have to admit that I have never understood this part very well!
Of course, the following paragraphs are not a scientific argumentation of the variability of the speed of light or anything of the like, but rather a personal and more or less rational interpretation of the whimsical perception of time, given that we cannot directly sense the variation of the speed of light while it is an abstract relational concept.
From the subjective point of view of time, our brain detects when our vital speed changes and for that reason we sense the changes in time. Extrapolating from the case of light, what I believe that the acceleration of time of the Equation of Love really implies is the changes in the speed of light.
Clearly this change of vital perception comes from within us, it could even have something to do with the gravitational variations in the interior of the objects and, of course, other possible aspects that are completely unknown by us and, therefore, belonging to the world of metaphysics.
From a familiar subjective perspective, some interesting things can be concluded, but completely irrelevant for science and for the world removed from what is familiar such as non-familiar metaphysics. Nonetheless, as an example of the special relativities and subjectivities, it seems quite good to me.
On the one hand, from the concept of energy we have to:
1 Julio = 1 Newton * meter
On the other hand, one Molwick [c/G (1/kg m)] is by tautological definition equal to one Susan. Therefore, dividing by kg and clearing (N /kg) from the equality of the previous section, we are left with:
(N /kg) = N m Mw = Julio * Susan
That can only be:
That is, that my three children are related through love. (gg) . Julio is pure energy, David is with the force and Susan, well, I will try it with poetry of eternal love:
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