Last modified on 24 September 2011, at 03:42

Quantum Nanotechnology/Position-less Motion

Position-less MotionEdit

As was referenced, a mass existing at a solitary position cannot be “actual” and exists in a potential state where E is all potential. It doesn’t mean it ceases to exist but rather that m is interpreted as being all potential with respect to gravity. This tends rather to suggest that when motion of a body of mass transpires and is accelerated, both the *source forcing the mass to be pushed and the object itself DO NOT displace from position to position but from positions to positions.

*MC - The source is always a problem in the goal of FTL, without it, displacement is N/A, the only way to do so would suggest omitting the source of the force, and this can only be done through automation, as it is with space-time, or an automated force.

Hence the proper equation is as follows:

\frac{1P}{M}=\frac{(E\div (-E))}{PN^1}

Where N is an indeterminable number of positions. We have therefore just revealed that positions are imaginary due to the fact that Ε is indebted to G to manifest positions. And that without G in E Position(s) cannot become actual. (This may appear similar to potential energy, but gravitation is behind Pe, which is really kinetic).

The operation (Ε/(−Ε)) is the only method I know of to show how E is in-debt to G to cause positional prohibitions (limits, df) defined from Δd. (Ε-(−Ε)) is not respective of –1 only. Where i is an imaginary number corresponding to ΡΝ created by the indebtedness of energy to G.