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The Beyond-Physics Analogy of Newton’s Laws of Motion

October 16, 2012

Word Count: 2471

Genre: Non-fiction/science/Physics


The classical Newtonian laws of motion are very valid to this present day. As a matter of fact, the entirety of science has its uniqueness in the dynamic foundation of the laws of motion postulated by physicist, Sir Isaac Newton.

The write-up is primarily concerned with the ‘beyond-physics’ analogy of the already familiar Newton’s laws of motion. However, the laws of motion have to be stated in order to comprehend or have a clue (at least) of what the work piece is all about.

The following are the laws of motion (simplified)

1)      A body will continue to remain at rest or its uniform motion on a straight line except acted on by an external force. This is known as the law of inertia.

2)      The force applied to an object is proportional to the rate of change of momentum. In other words,

Fα M (V-U)/T, that is, FαMo/T

F=KM (V-U)/T

Where F=applied force, K=proportionality constant=1, M=mass of the object, V=final velocity=initial velocity, T=time (rate), Mo=Momentum

Therefore, F=M (V-U)/T

3)      Forces of action and reaction are equal and opposite (law of equilibrium)



The ‘Beyond-Physics’ laws of motion is an analogy of their natural dynamics in the light of meta-physics. The only difference is in their units-presently, there are no fathomable yardsticks or measuring parameters to ascertain intrinsic (eternal) variables associated with this phenomenon (see their explanations in subsequent chapters)


Philosophers, scientists, knowledge and idea seekers and those who are in the meta-physics-related fields will appreciate this novel piece.


The chapters are stated in the order of the laws of motion as well as subsequent ‘beyond-physics’ statements and analysis (explanations). In addition, certain terms will be introduced and explained (illustrations and diagrams).


Strictly, Newton’s laws of motion focus on the action of forces, determining position and a direction of bodies acted on. Similarly, the ‘beyond-physics’ laws are influenced by a special force as the force of inspiration. While a body or an object is used to identify with Newton’s laws of motion, man, humanity or mankind is the analogous body; used to identify with the ‘beyond-physics’ analogy of Newton’s laws of motion. With unique examples and practicable applications to life situations, it aims at reaching the bull’s eye.



Chapter one

                                              Newton’s First Law of Motion




A body will continue to remain in a state of rest or exhibit a uniform motion on a straight line except acted on by an external force. In simple terms, a body will not move or be at a point on a plane until a force is acted on it. This is called the law of inertia. Inertia is the state of a body to exhibit reluctance to stop when it moving or reluctance to move when it stops moving.

Below are diagrams showing

a)      When a body (stone, say,) is not acted on by a  force ( in terms of positioning)

b)      When  the stone is finally acted on by a force (in terms of positioning)…

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We will begin the laws of motion as stated by Newton

1)      A body will continue be at rest or in uniform motion on a straight line except acted upon by an external force .This is the law of inertia

2)      The force applied is directly proportional to the rate of momentum change. Mathematically, FαM (V-U)/T, where F is the applied force, M is the mass of the body, V is the final velocity, U is the inertial velocity and T is the time taken.

3)      Actions are equal and opposite. This exemplifies the laws of equilibrium.

In an analogous fashion, the laws of inspiration are stated as follows;

1)      Mankind will continue to exhibit stagnancy, be static or reluctance to change except there is a force of inspiration. This is the law of  Inertia of man

2)      The force of inspiration drives man from the limiting pinnacle of the three-dimensional axis of the world to the destinations of realms, proportional to the product quantity and quality of information man has, level of awareness and consciousness and a theoretical difference between the peak of receptiveness of information or knowledge harnessed in the various realms and the receptiveness threshold in relation to eternity. In mathematical format, FiαMi (Vi-Ui)/E∞.  Therefore, Fi=kMi(Vi-Ui)/ E∞ where Fi is the force of inspiration, Mi=the quality and quantity of information man has, level of awareness and consciousness level in him, Vi=peak of receptiveness( the points at the realms where man can ‘pick’ the zenith of information based on positioning or understanding), Ui=Receptiveness Threshold( the normal point on the space-time axis at which man readily receive information), E∞ =Eternity(infinite time), k=universal constant=change=1(the probability of  the dynamism of these parameters is 1; a certainty).Hence, Fi=Mi(Vi-Ui)/ E∞,

FiαMi (Vi-Ui)/E∞ becomes

Fi=kMi (Vi-Ui)/ E∞

Fi=Mi (Vi-Ui)/ E∞

In practical terms, this could be translated as the various achievements (socio-economic, scientific and political breakthroughs attained by man in relation to the ages of his existence- from the pre-historical to contemporary times)

3)      For every transcending act of inspiration, there is an equal but opposite re-act that is transcending. For instance, when we incline our minds to a chair of mediation, there are forces released to various ‘beyond the physical realms’ and equal and returning forces are reciprocated bringing about what their realizations in eternity. However, owing a limited stipulation, earthly time, it takes a period for the manifestation of these forces to become visible to the human eye. In a way, this is the law of balance of worlds; an analogy of the laws of equilibrium.



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