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  • 1. An article onAn article on NATURAL RELATIVITY byby ASHIEDU O. JUDEASHIEDU O. JUDE
  • 2. Natural Relativity August 2007 Jude O. Ashiedu
  • 3. Natural Relativity August 2007 Jude O. Ashiedu Lagos, Nigeria Approved for public evaluation, and comments only. Public ID: - ISP 07NR0001 Copyright © 2007 by The Infosense Group. All rights reserved Web: www.freewebs.com/infosense Email: godsdon@yahoo.co.uk Cell/sms: +234 802 593 2232 Address: 1 Ayonuga Street, Fadeyi, Lagos, Nigeria.
  • 4. Acknowledgment It is my profound gratitude to God Almighty, who gives wisdom to as many that ask Him, without reproach, especially to those in the body of Christ. For He wishes each and everyone to prosper in good reasoning, health and wealth without condescending so low to malign ideas of darkness. Moreover a hearty thanks to The Infosense Group for making this article available to the rest of the world.
  • 5. Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group ii Contents Page I Introduction..........................................................................................................1 II What is Natural Relativity all about? 2 III What is Trifinite and Heptafinite all about? 2 IV Space in Trifinite Terms 3 A Flexible Space......................................................................................................4 B Rigid Space..........................................................................................................5 C Interplay between Flexible and Rigid Space.....................................................8 V Energy and Mass in Trifinite Terms 7 A Primary Level.......................................................................................................7 B Secondary Level..................................................................................................8 C Tertiary Level.......................................................................................................8 VI Eternity and Infinity according to Natural Relativity 9 VII Time according to Natural Relativity using Trifinite approach........................11 A What is Time?......................................................................................................11 I Virtual Time..........................................................................................................12 II Linear Time..........................................................................................................12 III Random Time.......................................................................................................14 VIII Presiding over thoughts 17 IX Conclusion 19
  • 6. Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 1 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu INTRODUCTION For centuries the countenance of good Thinkers found a rather displeasingand challenging discomfort when issues of relativity were raised, even on the most trivial deliberations as it may seem; yet Einstein works on this subject faced the monstrous phantom called Time and Space, and giving them a befitting abode in Special and General theories of Relativity, which actually ignited my passion into further understanding of the subject. From thence I thought it brave to go extra miles into this poorly illuminated tunnel of a subject, though not after falling almost immediately into the usual black hole of delusions and subsequently rescued by higher Truth. However this article on Natural Relativity seeks to tranquilize thoughts that had in time became restive on this issue and o also meant for unborn thinkers who would like a 30 from the norm. More so, Natural Relativity is not in any way contending thoughts of ancestral philosophies in the subject of Relativity, but as I would always say it is a three dimensional (3D) way of thinking and problem solving, with more than a twofold solution simultaneously, getting a better and efficient result with far lesser consequences if and only if the approach is applied to a higher degree of precise and accurate tact by the user(s). It is pardonable if this generation finds it rather too technical, it might likely be so because the concept came a bit late, however N.R concepts also targets future thinkers, Mathematicians, Analyst, Nanotechnology, Social workers, Economist, Bankers, Artists and every other field known to mankind. I lay special emphasis on its application, which should be thorough in other to get the most objective results ever in human problem solving approach. As such the more knowledge of Time that can be known, the more mysteries of our world that would be solved by man.
  • 7. Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 2 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu What is Natural Relativity all about? Frankly speaking Natural Relativity (N.R) was born out of the idea of the Trinity and my hunger to break all facts and myths associated with Relativity in respect to Time into consumable bits. To be natural is to be quite obvious and not eloquent in communication, as have been the case of Philosophical jargons, which I think is employed as an escape route for Thinkers to avoid further scrutiny of their vague thoughts. Natural Relativity makes out a triangle from phantom concepts without actually defacing the original idea or question and from there a more reliable and reasonable analysis can be said to be in view for analysts; from this concept Trifinite becomes the first born and Heptafinite the next child; this might not be much but as I have earlier proclaimed it's just a reasonable drift for our predecessors. And as regards this brief paper which will adequately focus more on Relativity as regards Time and Space; in subsequent publications other field would likely come in view. What is this Trifinite and Heptafinite all about? Trifinite concept makes a triangle and basically seeks to save thinkers from continually falling into the black hole of illusive concepts like Space and Time. Such concepts should not be allowed to pass through the eye of our imagination but instead there is in fact a way to actually be split in three, making sense out of them. Similarly random concepts as found in Motion can be split into seven instances generally regarded in N.R as Heptafinite concept, this will come up in future publications. In summary ideas that are somewhat vague to reasoning are better explained using the Trifinite approach, and those that are incoherent to appearance are better buttressed the Heptafinite way.
  • 8. Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 3 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu SPACE in Trifinite Terms In respect of the emptiness theory where abstract dimensions play a considerable role in space without bending the co-ordinates; if “O” represents space then the unseen co-ordinates a, b, x, y in space is synonymous to (length, breath, depth, and height) whose precincts are integrated as which describes the distance between space and mass of a particle before its boundaries goes into infinity; and concurrently space and mass share a similar kind of vanishing point attribute. Since mass seems not to disappear into the blanket of space, then the beginning and end of space and its pathways into infinity (motion routes), including internal mass and time cannot be ascertained, all that can be taken cognizance of are their external precincts and not actual points, which are vague at when it begins and ends .At what point did a particle in space began as a substance and to what point in space is it heading towards? What can be actually figured out from the above question is that along time such particle gained mass from a vague point in space which we lay claims to, according to the available precision of our geometrical mindset and tools. On a more factual sense space has 3 dimensions the “flexible, rigid and hybrid” paths through which motion can be said to be possible any human limitations due to ignorance is causes an inconclusive image in respect to space, time, mass relation. Drifting a bit to Inertia which to my natural reasoning seems even more abstract than Time itself, if a body remains at rest on Earth without being acted upon by any external force, yet relative to Earth movement that body should be moving in harmony now with the velocity at which the Earth's revolves about its axis and revolution around the Sun. Moreover the idea of Inertia can only hold if a body as massive as the Earth is in Inertia, or if a body’s mass becomes negligible as that of Space itself. O a b x y O 8 8 8 8
  • 9. Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 4 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu Flexible space When the idea of space is taken likely, all that is known of it is emptiness; now if light and darkness are two forms of energy that must be present at time in such spatial vagueness, what would you consider as the age of their existence? But perhaps to maintain a sane compromise, it becomes easier to work only with the precinct we can handle fervently, since everything in existence has an infinite beginning and ending, and to resolve all constants to zero would be blatant disregard of the existence of God. In flexible paths it shows that a restriction is not due to space itself but due to other underlining systems of energy in motion, as all discrete movements would only be relative to the closest and known time-mass. If we consider the true nature of space without time according to Natural Relativity (N.R) (though quite impregnable) space becomes more of an isolated observer trapped in itself, its co-ordinates O co-ordinates a, b, x, y would all be resolved into infinity (8 ) to such observer; moreover flexibility of all routes seems to be restricted only by the observer's inability to go through all possible paths, which are perfectly flexible. The infinite status of all co-ordinates shows that an observer in a precinct can be said to be in no specific point in space when relativity is not considered; and just for the fact of our inability to find the edges, then only those parts that makes up the observer's structure can be stated in relation to other body parts. The observer may use his /her physical activities within as a yardstick for keeping time (with rather crude properties), this shows time is absolutely negligible in a perfectly flexible space. If two observers (E and E ) on the same arc, views an object P in front of them (middle of the1 2 circle), E and E cannot be said to be in different positions of the circle, because it's impossible for1 2 multiple observers to be on multiple positions on the same circumference or radius circumscribed by such object as P, because E and E and any other observers represent themselves at different1 2 instances but separated by personal attributes (an Omnipresent view).
  • 10. Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 5 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu On the other hand if it was to be a single observer E in the radius circumscribed by point P, then E1 1 can be regarded as varied versions of P as E moves from one point to another on the same arc1 around P; the difference in both cases above would lie in the varying simultaneity of both cases. All possible observers in the E-series in case 1 in the relative radius of point P cannot exist independently of each other, they are not different from E in case 2, who goes around P at a time1 and giving different instances of P. Sensory perception is not the best criteria for measuring the concept of Time, E and E did what E would do at multiple exclusive instances, we can say E and1 2 1 1 E is the summation of the attributes of E which differs only in simultaneity of there attributes at2 1 multiples instances in time. But relative to one another exclusive of P they can be said to be independent of each other because they exist in different radius themselves. This mundane relationship to the concepts of routes and paths in space (perfectly flexible and apparently rigid). The components of an apparently rigid space plays the role of helping observers E and E relate to each other, and confusion arise when their proximate relationship with P due to1 2 P's relationship to another apparently rigid component. Rigid space Now if what N.R calls perfectly Rigid space is a big mass of an rigid body e.g. Earth taking into consideration that the components that make up the structure of this big mass are same to one another without bits or bonds of an imperfectly flexible space, and has, obviously paths would be trailed by routes in motion by breaking through and rebuilding bonds; time can be improvised on trails by stating either the ease/difficulty by which bonds are broken in relation to rebuilding them. Position can be taken into account by marking trails with special signs and symbols; yet observers at any point as before is located nowhere in relation to co-ordinates of that rigid space, but can only be defined in relation to observable points or precincts.
  • 11. Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 6 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu Spatially in both cases co-ordinates of the paths cannot be stated relative to their wholeness but only relative to an occupied position; likewise the position of our universe can only be determined in relation to another universe and cannot rely on infinite co-ordinates of space which are of no consequences in relation to time. Though Rigidity can most effectively be seen in relation to the non restriction of other bodies to pass through it (like the ghost effect), in this respect a perfectly Rigid body might seem permeable to bodies in higher realms, and I in no way refers to such illustration, but those in same level of existence. Apparent rigidity gives room for imperfect flexibility, but perfect rigidity gives no room for flexible space though perfect flexibility and Rigidity in practice is not feasible because the routes of space in both instances would always be filled by a form of existence or another while apparently rigid space will always have flexible routes, no matter how compacted it exist. Interplay between Flexible and Rigid space (Hybrid) There seems to be no thick boundary between Flexibility and Rigidity in terms of their relationship, while perfectly flexible space has little or no restriction to any form of existence through its paths, perfectly rigid space takes the shape of these paths, which becomes a total restriction of motion. If the analogy of a rope is considered, it would be a bit illusive to suggest that making a knot along its length separates it from belonging to the rope; as such since it is not so the knot can be regarded as rigid and the seamless part flexible space respectably. Lets also take an empty cylindrical vessel for example, the shape can be said to be in enclosed motion of its mass, whose tight paths follows the routes of an imperfectly flexible space. The inner dimension of this container if empty is most resilient at the middle and becomes stiffened going towards the wall. Spatially the difference between the inner and outer space is the rigid boundary created as somewhat locked wall of motion, whose mass is attributed to the component of the entire material. Outwardly the vessel is viewed as a stiff, with an apparent Rigid routes that defines the limited flexibility of the space within. Actually flexibility transcends from the perfectly flexible to imperfectly flexible space, determined by the compactness of rigidity; but for the sake of clarity Matter is said to be rigid entity, and outer space a flexible entity.
  • 12. Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 7 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu ENERGY and MASS in Trifinite Terms Our Universe as we should have known is a system of hierarchical energy, I still agree with Einstein's mass-energy relationship that states that mass is a form of energy, but from N.R point of view, energy in the system of the universe can be categorized not according to their forms or types but according to their cosmological hierarchies and aspects, presumed by N.R. to be in three levels in Trifinte terms, here the universe is regarded as a fluid. The energy from motion carves out the shape of mass; there are loops of energy fed back into the universal system and the interplay brings about other forms of energy. 1. Primary level (conduction zone) 2. Secondary level (conversion/recycle zone) 3. Tertiary level (mechanical zone) PRIMARY LEVEL (conduction zone) The universe is not just an orb filled with stars and galaxies controlled by gravitational fields; I refer to this level as the conduction level, responsible for the transfer of all forms energy. It would have been used to envelope the entire circumference of the Universe, acting as both a shield and conductor of its content, this I will explain subsequently. Outside the universe (outside conduction zone) the velocity of light would surprisingly be slower than be slower than what be presently know it to be, not because of the intensity of the source, but it would lack its natural luster due to the non conductive properties of the impotent surrounding. The Primary energy field not only allows a seamless conduction, but also enhances the distinct properties of other forms of energy; moreover this level of energy the basis for existence of other forms of energy, as it sustains the entire activities within the system.
  • 13. Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 8 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu SECONDARY LEVEL (conversion/recycle zone) Since energy can be converted or what I rather call recyclable, then each form is made from other forms and any disruption on the supply of raw materials causes an anomaly. In the conversion cycle an interface must be in place for a seamless transformation. Level two is responsible for energy to be converted from a form to another; it would take a static form of energy for such dynamic forms to be transformed to one another, this includes forms that can not immediately be accounted for. The properties of light for instance, can best be understood by devising a mechanism for controlling light energy in a much simpler form; take for example a mirror as an optical instrument, it properties in relation to reflection is still quite not understood and much more vagueness veils refraction, which I consider to be a complex mechanism of reflections and polarization at nano-pixel level. In time complete details of the mechanism of refraction which I term “Mechnoflection” would be published soon. Tertiary level (mechanical zone) The different forms of energy come into play at this level (light, heat, matter etc) but one unique characteristics of this level is its apparent motion that is observed in mechnoflective processes. Energy P r rimay T rtiarye S c r e onda y Fig. 2 Space Rigid Hybrid F exble l i Fig. 1
  • 14. Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 9 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu Eternity and Infinity according to Natural Relativity Here my point is pivoted by the truth about the existence of God, as the source of all things that exist; space plays the concept of an interface between what He still conceives to exist and that which has been permitted to exist. This idea is to show how Infinity goes from Eternity, back to back as Temporal/Eternal existence respectively. Taking these series of natural numbers …, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3… as an analogy, '0' can represent the position of space as a route into Temporal/Eternal existence from the source. Temporal instances can be represented by the negative sequence passing into infinity, but it would be mathematically complicated to use same sequence for Eternal existence. Along this path Time becomes vividly related and perpendicular to space; events in or of any form of existence is perceived as Time. Take two stars at point separated by reasonable space, if their notable points where taken from flexible space and submerged into an apparently rigid space say a bigger star made of the same components with them, you would see in both scenarios that since both stars were separated by either rigid or flexible space they can not be termed to be absolutely apart from one another, because their relationship was borne out of our comparism or quest for their distance; as such if a body moves between these two stars it referred to in N.R. term as a blinking trail between their points. Yet if one star tends to move towards the other since they are alike their paths tends to be shrinking together into eternity, but when they continually move apart their routes is said to expand into infinity. It can be also deduced that a point of a Form is perpendicular to the momentum of that Form. At the most basic level all universal components share same higher Energy level, but as they become distinguished by their levels of fabrication their space, time and mass changes also, though observers at our level finds it difficult relate with the latter distinctly.
  • 15. Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 10 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu In simplest the approach Infinity of Space connotes the incomprehensibility of its cardinal dimensions in motion; while the Infinity of Time quite relates to its uncertain beginning and end, and the linearity of these two instances can moreover be regarded as their Absolute nature, making them appear in a two dimensional (2D) figure, which some Thinkers still holds till date,on this occasion both Space and Time can be represented as two lines in parallel moving to and from an indefinable length as shown above. In actual sense these cases are but ideal situations attributed only to God and no other being in reality, making those still holding unto the Absolute stand on a rather rocking ground of their understanding of Space and Time. On the other hand when the line of Time becomes perpendicular to that of Space then something has been put into existence, here their relativity is most obvious and easily understood; only on this pedestal can Space-Time concept be perceived in right sense, with a three dimensional (3D) approach in view. As shown in the diagram above Time of something in existence starts from a point in space that cannot be clearly started except in a deeper metaphysical approach, yet what can be known about such a thing that exist is the space it occupies from that point to eternity. In the former its Eternity can be said to be without a beginning, and in the latter Eternity is said to be with a beginning. The time of space is negligible, compared to the time of existence; invariably since Time is perpendicular to space, both are brought together instantaneously at each of their appearances. As can be stated later, Time takes a Trifinite form as the other concepts above; an absolute perception of Space and Time takes a perfectly pure instance of empty existence which we all know is a baseless Ideal, but an impure instance gives birth to relativity. Space Time Instance of Infinity Space imeT Instance of Eternity Start point of an Existence o c ePoints f onc ption
  • 16. Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 11 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu Time according to Natural Relativity using the Trifinite approach. In my earlier reasoning I deduced the Past and Future as if they were embedded only in the mind of all observers as the Present, but after birth of Trifinite I convinced my self that both instances were always in a 50-50 ratio interface that makes up the Present; the entirety of the Present when tried to be observed will always be 50% of things that have been and 50% of things to be; these adds into 100% Point Present. Though at times in my analysis am tempted to believe that the Future and Present are both vague states of the Past, and an infinite thrives from there; but its better sane to say the Present is the point of alliance between the Future and Past. Most importantly our reasoning of Time should go beyond linear measurements in seconds and seasons, it is obviously the logic behind the ability to grasp the true nature of existence. What is Time? Time mechanics in Trifinite terms, the question of 'what is Time' should not be attempted by a singular approach, instead it should thrown back to the confused questioner in such a way as 'What aspect of Time should be defined? Time mechanics as I refer to it, is categorically made up of three interlaced servomechanisms, which each component playing a peculiar role in ensuring that the singular word Time is seen as an entity, while scholars would attempt in vain to make its definition as precise as possible with still much more void. If in context the word Existence of body means anything that has a of level independence (Anything that is no longer a thought) of the Creator; the dimensions of Time taken by that body in existence like a chemical reaction would be in Trifinite terms be regarded as 1. Random (Mass of Time-1) 2. Virtual (Analysis). 3. Linear (age, motion)
  • 17. Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 12 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu Virtual Time (analysis) Virtuality surrounds the mind of every human, especially in matters of precision, the way reality spins is not the same way they are actually represented by the mind; take the Present for instance it is quite difficult to pin point how Time can be represented likewise, because it tends to pass by at each blink of the eyes, moreover it seems to persist more than the others (Past and Future), yet without anyone having a headache. In this respect I refer to Virtual Time as the operating system of the mind, enabled to help the senses analyse the external environment of man; and its function is quite vast than could be stated in this article. But most importantly Virtual Time is a balance point of the Past and Future as perceived by the mind; on the platform of the Present measurements are taken for the other two. Back to my previous statement it is surprising to know that the entirety of both the Past and the Future can never be gulped all at once by the mind, but a precise look shows that whatever you know of the Past and the Future are approximately 50% -50% that sums up into 100% point Present; else the mind becomes unbalanced by the slightest tilt towards any side of the equation. The Virtuality concept is broader than this this immediate consumption, and will be addressed further in my subsequent articles regarding Relativity. Linear (age, motion) The details of this I need not dig further into, but emphasis would be placed on the Trifinite of Linear Time which somewhat regard this aspect of Time in Binary sequence '1' represent the known events in time and '0' the unknown, then if we were to devise a system from this series it would be based on the fact that in the realms of Time would vary likewise, while speed will be recognised in one, it will be unknown in others.
  • 18. t 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 01 t 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 12 t 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 03 Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 13 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu If t , t t represents three natural of Linear time lines then each of then vary according to the1 2, 3 above concept of what can be known and what can not be known per unit time as Time (the age) passes by, normally we can know one thing at a Time since we are not naturally omnipresent; this is elaborated in the table below, Binary representation of Linear time lines Though not too elaborate it can be further illustrated thus; The improvised time refers to clock time which is close to t time line.2 For a person in agony time seems to be very slow and vice versa, this does not imply that time follows such pattern of emotional conditioners, but it goes a long way to indicate the time pattern of virtual time and certainly signifies that such time patterns can be in certain level of existence, though can be restricted to the metaphysical dimension for now . natural t1 t2 t3 tuaNarl im provised Im p vise ro d natural
  • 19. Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 14 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu Random Time (Mass of Time-1) As a staunch Detenser (supporter of Tenselessness) because the Bible most often speak tenselessly, though hidden or known to Christian philosophers; the words are tenseless but the imagery is tensed; not withstanding we would all agree that aspects of the words are most important than imagery in the mind of a reader. The Random dimension of Time pays more attention to the most popular contingents of Tensed language Past, Present and Future, the question 'Are they actually independent of each other?' always come to mind, a fast 'No' as I have earlier stated, tells of the fact that if these contingents were to be examined critically they are all dependent on the same platform, yet they are thought of differently, to my reasoning this is quite impossible in respect to such concept. Taking the Past for instance, if it were to be things that are no more yet there are relics and scars of it lingering almost everywhere, its obvious that the statement and the idea are somewhat incoherent. I will as such put it in Trifinite terms that there is an aspect of the Past that is still visible, no longer visible and invincible. But for clarity sake The Past as an entity can be regarded as 'Static' element, The Future the 'Dynamic' element and the Present the 'Virtual' element, all of Random time; the division of Random by an divisor is infinite and less obvious due to the inconsistent state of the Present, but as always the three elements in the equation are ever being balanced each time there is a new state of the Present. The Past is basically categorised as a static element in relative to events that have gone into eternity along an infinite path; though their relics may still have remained on the pedestal of the realm, as such they carry a rather fixed existence.
  • 20. Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 15 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu The Future likewise is moreover referred to as being dynamic relative to its somewhat unpredictable nature or option properties that make up its advent into the Present; one fact remains that until a choice is made out of a list of lot, they appear to be in dynamic movements, not minding when they are streamlined or reduced to less than half a score, excluding those that are outside the list and supposed to be the best. The Present being quite not fixed nor optional it would not be out of place to call it virtual, judging from the fact that it is most prominently placed in our head, based on what actually we can individually analyse from those things that in reality exist, precisely speaking the Faith of an individual plays an important role of how their mentality is built up; but for the sake of the general audience, things perceived to be present falls within the reach our physical senses. To this end I would like to state that in Random Time mathematical derivations and equation can be presented in quite a simple form, and exercises would be a sort of anomaly. R o and m Time Lnei ar Vi tur al Fig.3 Dy a ic n m Random Time Static iV rtual Fig. 4
  • 21. Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 16 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu Mathematical representation of Random Time (Mass of Time-1) If P = Absolute Past (Infinite Static), P = Estimated Past8 x F = Absolute Future (Infinite Dynamic), F = Estimated Future8 x T = Absolute Present (Infinite Virtual), T = Estimated Present8 x Then the Half equation of P =8 the Half equation of F =8 the Full equation of Random Time for T =8 The P-series and F-series signifies different time frames that sums into an entire event; moreover focus is mostly on the Present and how it becomes the point of alliance for the Past and future contingents; the recent Past and Future, and then subsequent sequence from there backwards. As we all know no Future prediction happens immediately its takes series of events before it comes to pass, likewise as the Earth is thousands of years old it holds past relics and future resources; an analogy to this effect would be that of individual elements that makes up a compound, though physically indistinguishable but yet chemically distinguishable, the individual elements though not visible or active but they are still the main constituents of the compound. Finally in my view the Past has far more large dimension and from its pedestal the Present and Future take their actual frame of reference. = Px = 50%P1 + P2 + P3 + Pn 2 2 2 2 2 = Fx = 50%F1 + F2 + F3 + Fn 2 2 2 2 2 = Tx = 100% Px + Fx 2 2
  • 22. Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 17 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu Presiding Over Thoughts At this point I find it fascinating to know how the world would become if our human system adopts this Perfect Judgement strategy as stated below. Take for instance a criminal arrested now for the crime committed say 6hrs ago; the fact remains that the crime in question though with tangible evidences (what I call scars) are available but it is now not more than memories, even the criminal was caught committing the crime. Spontaneity is not good for making tangible events, as most events happens with first a mindset as the case above; who adopted a choice that has been executed by his thoughts a hundred times before the actual crime, without anyone finding out. If the criminal were to be judged, his actions when considered in terms of his preconceptions, a statement like 'his thought had this impact that led to the demise of a victim'. We now not only judging the mastermind, but also giving a verdict as a supreme being would do, the mentality of 'I know your thoughts' will be the bases for judgement. Consequential actions are always preconceived before enactment, then why judge a person as if he/she is now in actual sense still enacting the so called crime even with finger prints, DNA and audio/visual evidences which are still not the subject in particular, but tangible signatories, trials and devastating leftovers of the magnitude of such subject's thoughts, who can be convicted for Gross Thought Mismanagement (GTM). This could be a future cure for dire crimes perpetrated by sycophants. Judging ourselves by how we think would be a revolutionary system of reconstructing what each and everyone thinks; as such if great significance is placed on good mind management, at the least criminals might have a second thought before going ahead.
  • 23. Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 18 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu The verity of my argument exhibits a bivalent reality, that all actions are completed in the mind of the mastermind; what happened a second ago in the next second has become thoughts and it will logically be inconsistent to judge anyone as if they are still fresh in the crystal globe of the crime; since we now think about their atrocity, which is a bit different from when they thought of it; as such an appropriate and truthful semantic in the use of language is likely to have a considerable amount of goodness to mankind. Though this argument in no way refer to the movie 'minority report', the actual difference being that, in that movie a person is convicted before the actual crime were committed, and this is an indirect infringement of human right; if a person murders another in self defence and an oracle sees only the end result, then it will be an unfair verdict on such convicted person. On another hand if their pondering transcends the limits of prescribed boundaries (the mind), then it justifiable to arrest the, knowing fully well that anyone that breaches the walls of prescribed boundaries can never withdraw the consequences back into though format; this is an indicator that in order to avoid crossing the prescribed boundary avoid going close to it. It will definitely take time for mankind to approach this view of perfection, yet if considered all outcomes should be cautiously analysed to understand even the most insignificant by products. The war against crime and their violent antecedents should be taken to the doorsteps of the masterminds.
  • 24. Copyright © 2007 The Infosense Group 19 Plea e evaluate and Reply s Natural Relativity Jude O. Ashiedu CONCLUSION It is quite obvious that for centuries the estate of Science has been laid on an foundation of echoing voids, that must be filled up with concrete truth; regardless of our present ignorance Time seemingly invincible plays a vital role in the qualitative analysis of life, and knowledge of it will be of immense benefit to some mental predicament faced by philosophers and physicists in finding a vast common ground. This I hope Natural Relativity can provide, though not geared to create a time-machine that takes men in time, but that which can resolve the mysteries of the past, now. Based on the past definitions of Time, it actually makes no sense in our current calculation, yet it has become a vital part of our existence. As such why not make a thorough and accurate sense out of whatever we can of it, as long as we are able to communicate effectively.