What is physics?
As much as it is impolite to answer a question with a question, what isn’t physics? Physics is the measurement of cause and effect, which bridges the gap between two or more points. Without respect and understanding of the universal law of cause and effect, one can be mislead to the point of mass confusion regarding how to understand any relationship. A relationship can be to a person, place, or thing, such as oxygen or food. Understanding what is needed stops intrusion and intruding on boundaries of self and non-self. By this basis, physics dictates all our absolute needs, the mind and body’s absolute long-term needs and immediate relative needs. This article will explore the two fields of physics with application for the human body.
When looking at the human body, physics is everywhere. We have a gas or atomic system. We have a liquid or blood molecular system. We have a dense or matter system. The external look of the body is the macro viewpoint. The macro is an expression of the matter system, which is from liquid, which is an expression of the gas, which is an expression of the atomic level.
Everything has a state of being/expression. Whether that state is gas, liquid, solid-matter to plasma. Each individual and cell has an expressive state relevant to the frequency vibration, polarity and chemical structure. Is it worthwhile considering how things function? Does it matter to understand cause? How can the leak or problem be remedied focusing on the effect? Is it worthwhile looking into how things function to be able to prevent or correct any injury/disease? In a Utopian world where nothing goes wrong and everything is blissfully perfect it would be a waste of good time looking into something that just doesn’t happen. BUT, in the real world, that is trying to achieve utopia, where there is dystopia in many areas, it is worth the labor of love to understand why and how things operate.
What is Gravity?
What if gravity was simplified, considered something that creates resistance in flow or measurement between two points. This can be physical, like pushing a rock, or walking into the wind, to trying to overcome polarity or magnetic forces. The greater the amount, volume or density of the resistance (object-gas-liquid) is, the greater the pressure needed to move through. Perpetual or chronic contractions are the greatest leak of vitality for the human body. One could even apply this to the mind. A stronghold or dogmatic belief could be the greatest downfall for that individual’s reality.
These contractions create multiple fixed points, increasing gravity and time lines within the human body. Is it possible that gravity is the unstoppable force and the human body can be seen as the immovable object, being strong enough to overcome the force. Yet, the body is moveable (by choice or external force). In mechanical physics gravity is constant. With consideration to the individual, gravity is variable. This is a relationship between force and object. Therefore, each body (person) will experience gravity differently. As the body becomes dysfunctional, the striated (link to striated muscles chart) muscles breakdown and inflame (contract then expand). The muscles and tissues become increasingly dense and resistive, increasing gravity for the individual, requiring more force/effort for movement. It becomes obvious as the experiment unfolds that more effort is needed to overcome the resistance of the simple tasks such as standing, walking, sitting, laying down, and even breathing.
What is Time?
What if Time was just a concept to measure a specific situation or outcome? A common measurement used to create order out of chaos for structure and schedules? Does it matter how long something takes to grow, mature or arrive? What purpose does knowing the time have? What purpose does not knowing the time offer? Time is a measurement that is used to help maintain cycles and schedules. This concept is valid and useful when there is a relationship involved, but singularly, it
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How is it possible to measure time without knowing when it started? Arbitrarily choosing a starting point does not prove time is what one says it is.
How can the baby be late, based on a due date that no one really knows? Does the body care about time? Or does the body care about resources and metabolism? The how or metabolism can be measured by time, but whether it is measured or not the process is still taking place. Can you waste something that does and doesn’t exist until it is measured? How does one know how much Time they have before knowing what the amount was? Can time be considered a currency? Does it go bad? Can it lose value or gain value?
To contract or not to contract?
In the field of physics there are two primary actions, contraction-pull and expansion-push. Something is either pulling in or pushing away from a source. Many believe that contraction creates stability. This is not absolutely true, especially when being applied to the living human body.
What if, the muscle stays contracted, resulting in restriction of blood flow that is contributing to compression of nerves or joints? Contractions done involuntarily are done from protection and can be stealthy. They don’t always shut off or return to a relaxed state. This is an assumption, and it is time this gets corrected. Instinctually and reactively the body contracts or pulls back from acidity, heat, cold or pain. What if the pain was caused from the contraction, and now, the contraction is there to prevent more pain, yet it is the cause of pain? Similar to a stalemate, all choices have lead to a position and now there are no more safe places, every move is disallowed. How does that get corrected? More contractions or exercise allows for a change, but it doesn’t correct the cause. This is a drug or addictive cycle because the fundamentals are not being addressed. Why the original protective contraction?
Every contraction is unique and has a purpose. Progressive contractions such as muscle contraction bring two points closer together via an arm-leg-lever for propulsion. Contraction is meant as an initial protection, like a muscle mechanically contracting to protect from an external blow. The cell membrane behaves similarly from acidity. When there is a threat in the extracellular environment, or the intracellular environment (too much information), the membrane will contract. This protective contraction (flight) controls the function of the environment.
What is the difference between mechanical and fluidic physics in the body?
Mechanical physic principles are relevant to the arms and legs, and movement system. Mechanical physics is more linear, structural and has fixed points and moves in angles. The fluidic physics principles are applied to the organ system. The fluid physics is quantum, moves in all angles like water, free form or waves interconnected with respect to polarity boundaries. When the fluidic organ system develops too many fixed points or scars it is severely dysfunctional/diseased. The arms and legs are mechanical physics. The biomechanics require a fixed point, to then rotate or pull around to create movement.
When the fluidic organ system becomes mechanical there is a serious problem. When the mechanical system becomes fluidic there is a serious problem.
To shed some light
When the two systems of physics take on another form the result becomes bad
Imagine a dry spaghetti noodle. It has ridged boundaries, limited range of motion and linear movement. It can only move mechanically. It can only bend so much, for if it bends beyond its boundary it will snap and break. Just at the point of going beyond its boundary it would become more fluidic, it has greater range of motion but begins to lose its structural strength (leverage). As the noodle moves from mechanical to quantum movement it loses its mechanical strength. Relate this to a ligament being sprained or a muscle tissue becoming strained, they lose their structural strength and become too quantum or fluidic, too much expansion. This compromises the fundamental foundation for the joint mechanics.
When the wet noodle begins to dry, it can break easier as its range of motion is decreasing. Imagine the wet noodle being similar to the organs, they quantumly move as a unit of one with the allowance from another organ pumping to create space for the movement.
Just as the wet noodle becomes drier, it loses it range of motion or ability to move in space, the organs do as well, losing their overall function creating mechanical lesions, scars on organs.
What is the primary cause?
The primary cause of threat for the body is oxygen debt. The oxygen debt leads to an acidic environment in the cell and eventually body.
When the most passive system becomes one of the most resistive systems, Houston we have a problem! The most passive system in the body is the pulmonary or lungs. As the lungs cannot remove gas waste (carbon dioxide), then the body must convert this gas into a liquid (sodium bicarbonate) form of waste. From this point on the body is stuck in a spiral downward. The body will lose range of motion a.k.a.; freedom to move as well it will increase weight/gravity decreasing overall time allowed to participate in the game called life.
What if the primary cause was corrected?