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Inherent energy of 123d space

Directional balance

Randomness and time

Dimensionality

Displacement order of 123d space

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Fundamental types of energy

In this presentation, only fundamental or elementary energy is addressed.  This includes the energy of space, photons, neutrinos, and elementary particles and atoms.  Space will be referred to as 123d space to acknowledge that each of its dimensions is unique with its own characteristic properties.

There are three major categories of fundamental energy:

  1. The non-electromagnetic energy of 123d space, which consists of basic 1-D bidirectional units of energy in constant random motion and distribution relative to each other to compose an energy system in dynamic equilibrium - or directional balance.
  2. Electromagnetic energy resulting from the interaction between nonrandom, unidirectional, or electric energy, and the energy of 123d space that forms opposing magnetic and time energy to provide directional balance to the electric energy, thereby maintaining its own directional balance.
  3. Non-electromagnetic gravitational energy gradients due to the changing ratio of potential energy of 123d space to kinetic energy of 123d space inward toward a body of mass.

In addition, unidirectional energy can be placed in two classifications:

  1. Unidirectional energy in motion relative to the energy system center or origin - for example, the electric energy of photons, electrons, and protons, and the magnetic energy and time energy formed by 123d space to provide directional balance to electric energy as it moves toward a lower energy level.
  2. Unidirectional energy not in motion relative to the energy system center or origin - for example, the energy gradient caused by an “electrically neutral” body of mass outward from its center, along with the differential in energy magnitude between it and the energy of adjacent 123d space - and the gravitational energy gradient formed by 123d space to provide directional balance to it.

 

To explore traditional views on fundamental types of energy, see "Energy" on Wikipedia.