absolute space-time

absolute space-time

[′ab·sə‚lüt ′spās ′tīm]
(physics)
A concept underlying Newtonian mechanics which postulates the existence of a preferred reference system of time and spatial coordinates; replaced in relativistic mechanics by Einstein's equivalency principle. Also known as absolute time.
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And considering that reality is non-localized, the acceleration of the creator is isotropic and homogeneous; hence the acceleration of the absolute space-time is also isotropic and homogeneous.
Hence, as the absolute space-time accelerates toward its nothingness, the elementary surfaces that comprise it accelerate towards their nothingness to imply that [S.
As I stated above, the concept of dynamic space-times dictates that the events of any temporal universe are situated at the intersection of absolute space-time and relative space-time.
Therefore, logic dictates that the acceleration of the relative space-time is infinitesimal in comparison to the acceleration of the absolute space-time because (1) the absolute space-time depends of on the consciousness of the creator; (2) the more one ascend on the planes of temporal universe, the more he approaches reality; (3) and thus, our sense of limited perspective on reality, the limitation of our the relative space-time, is higher than the creator's.
Here, it follows from reasoning that under the influence of the acceleration of the relative space-time, point A produces on point B a normal acceleration and a centrifugal acceleration and vice versa as these accelerations are infinitesimal in comparison to the dynamics produced by absolute space-time, thus, the only important result here is the centrifugal accelerations which account for the expansion of the temporal universe.
The question now is: how does the dynamic of absolute space-time explain the rotation of empyrean bodies?
By following the same reasoning as for the gravitation and expansion of the system AB shown above and knowing that the acceleration of the relative space-time is infinitesimal in comparison to the acceleration of the absolute space-time, we can conclude that:
two tangential accelerations are exerted on the section A1, whose direction and magnitude depend on the acceleration of the absolute space-time toward its nothingness, however, the magnitude of these normal accelerations depend also on the geometric repartition of the masse of section A1,, and these accelerations integrated account for the rotation of body A.
the particle will be under the direct influence of the acceleration of the absolute space-time toward its nothingness.
The light going through a single vertical slot will display a light fading away horizontally from the slot, while the light going through the two slots will display a pattern of interference due to the entanglement produced by the action of the acceleration of the absolute space-time to the nothingness; thus it follows that according to the dynamic model of the space-times, the subatomic bodies are true particles in undulating trajectories due to their entanglement.
It follows also from the conclusion drawn for the rotation of the system AB above that there is an initial state where the electrons move around the nucleus independently of their energetic charges, a movement due to the influence of the acceleration of the absolute space-time toward its nothingness.
Likewise the light emitted by an electron through reflection doesn't have the same frequency as an orbital one, because the orbital frequency initially depends only on the acceleration of the absolute space-time toward its nothingness; thus the frequency of the light is only a superimposed state.