The  Intercategorical Physics

Chapter I

The Seven Forms of Matter

Intercategorical Physics is a cosmic physics that can be derived directly from the fundamental formulas of modern physics and is based upon the seven elementary categories and the seven basic forms of reality in the universe. We introduce these seven categories which will be further defined as we progress. Initially the seven categories are determined from the universal equations used today in all physics:

s = ct (space = velocity of light x time)

E = mc2 (energy = mass x velocity of light squared)

These equations give us the following seven categories:

(1) Space,                              s = ct (Electric Field) Protonic MATTER

(2) Time,                                 t = s/c (Magnetic Field) Antiprotonic ANTIMATTER

(3) Energy,                             E = mc2 (Atomic Binding Energy) Muoprotonic ERGOMATTER

(4) Mass,                              m = E/c2 (Nuclear Strong Force) Pioprotonic MESOMATTER

(5) Space/Time Radiation,     c = s/t (Photoinertia) Muopioprotonic PHOTOMATTER .(Category of                                                          Manifestation)

(6) Energy/Mass Gyration,     c2= E/m (Photomagnetism) Kaoprotonic METAMATTER  (Category of                                                          Foundation)

(7) Energy-Space,                 c3= Es/mt (Photogravity) Etaprotonic ONTOMATTER  (Mass-Time                                                          Expansion )   (Category of Unity)

With these are related the seven forms of water. Three of these are defined more in depth in Appendix A, ontowater, metawater, and photowater. As a simple definition of these various forms of water, we have:

Ergowater consists of 1 photoalpha + 1 ergoalpha + 1 mesoalpha + 10 ergoelectrons minus the binding energy. Mesowater consists of two mesoalphas and two ergoalphas plus ten mesoelectrons minus binding energy. Antiwater is the electromagnetic antimatter opposite of the water structuring our atmosphere. Material water H20 we already know. With these are related our five brain waves and three vital rhythms making a total of eight octaves of consciousness and life:

The following is a list of low frequencies that relate the categories to the metaphysical understandings.

Gamma waves (40 cycles per second) spiritual anointing (Scanning for value---ontowater of integrative ventricles.)

Beta waves (20 cycles per second) conceptual thought (Scanning for understanding---metawater of associative.)

Alpha waves (10 cycles per second) image-perception (Scanning for pattern---photowater of sensory fissure.)

Theta waves (5 cycles per second) energetic activity:Scanning for pleasure---ergowater of thalamus and hypothalamus.

Delta waves (22 cycles per minute) restful abiding

Scanning for security---mesowater of cerebellum and brainstem.

Kappa waves (72 cycles per minute) circulation

Heartbeat and pulse---material water of blood.

Lambda waves (36 cycles per minute) locomotion (Walking and other rhythmic activities---in between heartbeat and breathing.)

Rho waves (18 cycles per minute) respiration

Breathing---antiwater invisibly structuring the atmosphere.

The Scriptures confirm in many places G_d's great use of different kinds of water in his creation:

"And the earth was without form and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of G_d moved upon the face of the waters." (Genesis 1:2)

"Who coverest thyself with light as with a garment; who stretchest out the heavens like a curtain; who layeth the beams of his chambers in the waters; who maketh the clouds his chariot; who walketh upon the wings of the wind;..." (Psalm 104:2-3)"For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word of G_d the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of the water and in the water..." (2 Peter 3:5)

We know that our own bodies are eighty per cent water and that our brains are eighty-five per cent water. Therefore, it should not surprise us to find water existing in many different forms throughout the cosmos. There also tends to be a complementary density and sparsity between matter and its electromagnetic opposite, antimatter. For instance matter is densest inside the earth and sparsest in the space surrounding the earth whereas antimatter is sparsest inside the earth and densest in the space surrounding the earth. The same is true of us. Matter is densest inside our bodies, and antimatter is densest in the positronic auras surrounding our bodies. Hence, antimatter as magnetic field substance is largely responsible for structuring the atmosphere into its various zones by means of its electromagnetic fields as in the Van Allen Radiation Belts surrounding the earth thousands of miles out into space. Therefore, the density of the universe as a whole is far from what it would appear to be if we reckoned on the existence of matter alone or studied only the spatial surface of the expanding hypersphere and ignored its depths. In fact, when we consider all seven forms of reality throughout the universe, we find that they tend to hang together in a unified dynamic field to give the universe in the macrocosm as a whole the overall density of water. This means in turn that the only measuring system we can use intercategorically on the universe as a whole is the centimeter-gram-second system in which one cubic centimeter of water weighs one gram at very nearly its maximum density.

Now, since each of the four simple categories (space, time, energy, and mass) has exactly three relations with the other three categories, each of them has exactly three dimensions apiece, making a total base of twelve dimensions. These twelve dimensions comprise the natural world of physical reality as we know and experience it.

"On the east three gates; on the north three gates; on the south three gates; and on the west three gates." (Rev. 21:13) (Ezekiel 48:31-34). Since man as an observer, senses and understands the universe in terms of space, time, mass and energy, we can categorize the dimensional vectors in terms of man's observations:

A. In space, the three dimensions are #1 longitude (time-oriented), #2 latitude (energy-oriented), and #3 altitude (mass-oriented).

B. In time, the three dimensions are #4, the optic past (space-oriented), #5 the dynamic future (energy-oriented), and #6, the radial present (mass-oriented).

C. In energy, the three dimensions are #7, the kinetic (space-oriented), #8, the potential (time-oriented), and #9, the inherent/rest (mass-oriented).

D. In mass, the three dimensions are #10, the densital (space-oriented), #11, the inertial (time-oriented), and #12, the gravital (energy-oriented).

The effect which this system has on the equations of physics is quite startling. Take, for instance, the universal constant of gravity G. This is normally expressed as 6.6732 x 10-8 centimeters cubed per gram-second-squared. The centimeters cubed represents a volume V, the gram represents a mass M, and the second squared represents a time square T2. Hence, whenever it is used to measure the field between two bodies at the surface of the universe, G is really measured as V/MT2. But since mass per volume constitutes a density D, the constant G equals 1/DT2.
In other words, when the universal constant of gravity is used to measure the gravitational field between abody or system at the surface of the universe and the mass of the universe Mu centered in its Origin-Center, it changes its mensural form. This is because we are now measuring it along the radius of the universe Ru inside the #10 dimension of density.

Now let's measure the field between any body at the surface of the universe and the mass core of the universe as a whole. Please read the footnote #1concerning the hypersphere. What we must do here, is to see the universe as a whole and the relationship of gravity between the entire universe and the center of the universe. To do this, we must translate (move) G (the classical G) from the spatial surface of the hypersphere (Footnote #1)  "down" into the dimension of massive density along the radius (of the universe), given in centimeters. Thus, #10 densital (from "D" above) where X centimeters cubed per gram in space now becomes X centimeters in density and X centimeters cubed per gram-second-squared in space-time becomes X centimeters per second squared in densital mass-time. But X centimeters per second squared is an acceleration! So, by simply moving G from space into densital mass, we have transformed the universal constant of gravity G into the universal acceleration due to the gravity of the mass core of the universe as a whole! This is the novelty of being able to interchange dimensions so that we can understand how relationships can occur in our understanding of the universe. Think this matter through! And next….

Now imagine a satellite circling the earth. Its velocity is given by the well-known formula v2 = gr. But Einstein discovered that light is deflected inside a gravitational field. In fact, it is believed that the light by which we see all objects is deflected around by the gravitational field (which is a spacial phenomenon) of the universe as a whole in such a way that the photons tend to revolve around the surface of the universe as a whole. Thus the entire universe is filled with light. So imagine a single photon revolving around the mass core of the whole universe. What is its formula? We can find it simply by raising v, the satellite velocity, to its limit c, the velocity of light (at least what appears to be the velocity of light). Then by raising g, the earth's acceleration due to gravity, to its limit G, the universe's acceleration due to gravity, and by raising r, the radius of the satellite's orbit, to its limit Ru, the radius of the universe as a whole. So we come out with the fundamental equation c2 = GRu, which in the l0th dimension of radial densital mass gives us our formula for the radius of the universe:

Ru = c2/G = 1.346,810 x 1028 centimeters = 14.443 billion light-years.

This value for the radius of the universe not only fits within the limits of all the experiential evidence. It also soon confirms itself pragmatically by all the equations it gives to us. These are not currently available in modern physics, for this relationship allows us to derive all of the masses of all the basic particles in terms of the underlying structure of the universe: photon, neutrinos, electron, proton, neutron, muon, pion, kaon, eta, etc. We can even use it to discover the masses of new particles like the photoelectron, the photoproton, and the photoneutron. Evidently, from the pragmatical point of view, we have uncovered a principle of very great significance indeed!

From Planck's mass-wave-radius formula mrw = h/2pc we can now derive the mass of the photon by giving its wave radius as the radius of the universe Ru: mphoton = h/2pcRu = 2.611,904 x 10-66 gram.

Now many physicists today assert that the photon can have a momentum of mc (which is usually written by the character "p") but no rest mass m because it is always traveling at the velocity of light c and is consequently never at rest. But this is only an intellectual sensory illusion due to the fact that we naturally conceive of photons as traveling through space at the velocity of light. But the Michelson-Morley experiments demonstrated for all time that light is not traveling through an abstract mental construct we call space and projected into our environment, but rather that light is space and space is light, so that space as a whole is traveling along with the individual light at the velocity of light also. Hence the Lorentz Transformation Equations in which the lengths and times and energies and masses of the objects vary with the velocity at which they are traveling in space-time relative to the absolute velocity of light that constitutes space itself. In that case, there no longer exists any problem with determining the mass of the photon at rest in its space, for the space itself is traveling along with it at the velocity of light in space-time. In fact, the mass of the photon at rest in its universal space revolving around the surface of the universe at the velocity of light becomes the fundamental mass of the whole external cosmos. Everything else may be moving, but the photon is always at rest in its luminous space; and any attempt to change this status quo is always resisted with the phenomenon we know as inertia.

Therefore, the photon does have a mass of h/2pcRu, and its mass is 2.611,904 x 10-66 gram, for this mass happens to work in all the equations that follow, and these equations happen to bring verifiable results in the real world of our experience.

But right here we must also pause to remove some other misconceptions by making a fundamental distinction between categorical and Intercategorical Physics. Categorical Newtonian physics tries to keep every factor in its proper category (mass in mass, energy in energy, time in time, and space in space), and so it can use a great variety of measuring systems. In this way the number of bricks used in building a building doesn't get mixed up with the number of hours the workers labor. This is great for the workaday world, and we use it too. It's good for moving the furniture from one room of the house to the other for beds always remain beds and bureaus remain bureaus. But if the termites are eating away at the foundations of your house, and you don't want to use the good lumber in your old mahogany bed to patch up the beams down in cellar so that your house doesn't collapse, then you need a more fundamental system.

Now, when Einstein appeared on the scene, he moved halfway in the direction of Intercategorical Physics with his formulas s = ct (which enables space to be translated into time and time back into space) and E = mc2 (which enables energy to be translated into mass and mass back into energy). The resulting changes in our measuring systems were seen right away in light-years of distance and electron volts of mass. But Einstein's Theory of Relativity always remained in two sections, the Special Theory of Inertial Systems (s = ct) and the General Theory of Accelerated Systems (F = ma) or (E = mc2). It is as if he had his Special Theory in Europe and his General Theory in the New World and could never really join them together into a Unified Field because he didn't fully understand the nature of the ocean in between. He didn't understand that the universe was created in the beginning as a cosmic fireball of light that has been expanding ever since into a cosmic hypersphere with the overall density of water in its depths. In other words, he did not understand that the universe as a whole does not resemble either the solid mass of our earth or the empty space of our solar system but rather the liquid mass of Jupiter. It's all one big ocean as deep as the original fireball core, and we are water bugs jumping around on the flotsam and jetsam we find upon its incredibly vast surface.

Intercategorical Physics, on the other hand, now goes on to make the necessary leap that finally connects energy/mass systems with space/time systems. In the basic equation Ru = c2/G we have finally bridged the gap between c inertial systems of space/time and the G accelerational systems of energy/mass. We know that we have found the truth, for the basic truth of Ru = c2/G enables us to find all the masses of the microparticles and macroparticles, and these formulas not only work (their values flow back into categorical physics and bring satisfactory results), but they also reveal things about the underlying structure of the universe itself.

But, of course, a sacrifice has to be made. We are free to translate masses into lengths and lengths into masses only if we maintain the consistency of the masses involved by using a C.G.S. measuring system that ultimately ties their mass/volume densities to that of the universal water.

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