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According to Albert Einstein, energy and mass condense space. The absolute theory goes on, it says, mass and energy is nothing more than condensed space. The frequency speed, i.e. the movement back and forth, is equivalent to the mass, which means that the space compressed in this way, since paths are crossed several times, makes up the mass. The conventional distinction between mass and matter is not clear to absolute theory. Everything that has a mass> 0 is matter from the perspective of absolute theory. After the Division by Zero there is also an epsilon environment around zero. These phenomena have a mass greater than absolute zero, but are not material. But we are still a long way from researching these particles; we have certainly not yet reached this area with the photon. What about the dualism wave - particle? I think that particles and also several particles propagate together like waves. With antimatter one can explain phenomena like penumbra, since particles can also cancel or partially cancel each other out.

Concept of mass

Einstein's mass does not mean the same thing as weight. The weight, or much more the weight, is dependent on gravity, i.e. on earth on the gravitational force. Even though I'm only an eighth of my weight on the moon, I still have the same mass. According to Einstein, mass means more the complicated concept of inertia, i.e. how much resistance a body opposes to acceleration. Einstein also speaks of the equivalence of heavy and inertial mass, two concepts that Newton set up, but which Einstein brought back together. Ultimately, one can complain about Einstein's caution again. The term equivalence is wrong here, Einstein means equality. Gravity cannot be converted into indolence and vice versa. Rather, a body is both heavy and sluggish.

The concept of mass under these premises means matter. An astronaut who repairs a space station from outside in space is very light, but still has the same matter, speaks consists of the same particles as before, only these are no longer subject to gravitational acceleration.

Essays on the absolute theory of mass

- Conservation of mass
- Conversion of mass into energy
- mass and momentum of a photon
- equivalence of rotation speed and mass
- anti-proportionality of locomotion and mass
- elemental mass
- Quantum theory of mass
- E = mc²
- equivalence of mass and energy
- Structure of matter

The new mass term

According to the Weltformel, the mass must be three-dimensional. Furthermore, we have already seen in the Weltformel that only the charge and the magnetic flux can be considered for the two further coordinates. The following applies:

m (new) = vector (m, Q, phi)

How this new term is incorporated into existing equations remains to be asked. With this concept one also approaches a primal force. To give an example from a commentator, one sees a drop, when it falls on a pond, divides as waves in all directions, that here too there is a primal force which, by means of vector division, is divided into gravitation, electricity and magnetism. Of course, the forces introduced later have to be incorporated here, namely at least the strong and weak interaction.

In addition, I finally have to get around to defining the vector division in a meaningful way.