The Ingredients For Reciprocal Loss in EnergyEdit
Consider a block of cedar. Attach a durable string securely about the block. A sudden jolt up will result in the downward force of Gravity on the mass of the block, snapping the string and hence according to Newton:
Consider a door. A knock on the door heeds the attention of a tenant to open it to a familiar guest.
He or she swings the open the door for reception. The door itself is fairly weighty so opening it may prove a bit of a minor problem in opening it, but if timed properly the visitor can push on the other side aiding in the pull of the door by the tenant aiding in the weight of the door being opened to be reduced to 0 by equal push and pull forces. Whenever such a push- pull system is in play in the propagation of an object – through outer space is FTL then considerable.
Initially this is the production of a free-fall geodesic except in the former case the free-fall of an object from a prearranged height by Gravity has no push-pull only a pull from Gravity. In another spotlight one can assume with absolute correctness that time travel is the key to this push-pull interaction– and that without it FTL is not possible because energy possesses no pull.
Potentiality, then, may be said to obtain this key because negative particles either are time travitic or are the expression of avoidance in energy reciprocally. A probabilistic possibility that can still be further defined as reciprocal loss in energy by renewal of loss in energy.
These possibilities for reciprocal loss in energy diminish by confinement to a set of limitations for every time one becomes established by the interaction of energy with space-time. Without much elaboration we may assume that such a particle that is all potential avoiding energy by renewal of, are not bound to such prohibitions and may therefore be at them and even exceed them and therefore:
−Ε = − mo∞
-ωΕ + ω − Ε = m − o∞ or m − 1∞
Reduction of E to produce reciprocal G or potentiality is presumably devoid of position as is reciprocation of energy. The effect would be fascinating anomalies. To get the odds so to speak we must divide by a negative equivalent to the positive.
186,282.4 (÷)- 186,282.4 = -1
This tells us that in order to bring about the avoidance of energy to result in potential reciprocation renewing to avoid E we must divide the velocity of energy causing RPS about a finite D in 1 direction by a negative energy either present or derived.
(Ε ÷(−Ε)= -1
The division of the negative is one of time.
(Εt ÷ (-Εt)= -1