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Nainan K. Varghese
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Nainan K. Varghese

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mass wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Mass is the quantitative measure of the resistance to a change in a matter body's state of motion.

gravitation wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Gravitation is the pressure exerted by the universal medium on an entity, present in a gap in it.

matter wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Matter is the substance that provides positive existence to a real entity.

space wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Space is a functional entity, presupposed by rational beings, whenever they envisage existence of real entities.

substance wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Substance is that provides objective reality to an entity.

quantum of matter wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

A quantum of matter is the smallest matter particle (postulated).

matter content level wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Matter content level is the average quantity of 3D matter in constituent photons of a macro body.

absolute motion wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Absolute motion is the displacement with respect to a point in static and isotropic universal medium.

2d energy field wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

2D energy field is a two-dimensional lattice-work structure formed by quanta of matter. 2D energy fields fill the entire space outside 3D matter particles and act as a universal medium.

lattice-work wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Lattice-work is web-like structure formed by end-to-end linking by quanta of matter to form 2D energy fields.

distortion wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Distortion is the geometrical deformation of 2D energy field latticework squares.

distortion field wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Distortion field is a three-dimensional region in the 2D energy fields, where distortions created by unstable photons exist.

disturbance wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Disturbance is a matter body in the universal medium, formed by a collection of quanta of matter.

inertia wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Inertia is the property of universal medium that requires certain time for completion of actions on a matter body and attainment of steady state (of motion) by the matter body.

inertial action wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Inertial action is any action that invokes the property of inertia.

inertial effort wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Inertial effort is the reactive effort in the universal medium, produced by transfer of distortions from one matter field to another.

photon wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Photon is a corpuscle of light (or similar radiation) made up of a matter core and associated distortions in universal medium.

constant speed of light wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Speed of light is constant in a region of space, because that is the highest and only linear speed at which the universal medium can move a 3D matter particle.

frequency wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Frequency is the rate of spin motion of a photon's core body. Rate of cyclic variations.

red shift wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Red shift is the reduction in the frequency of light through loss of matter content from its corpuscles.

biton wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Biton is an elementary particle, formed by combination of two unstable photons.

tetron wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Tetron is an elementary particle, formed by combination of two bitons.

hexton wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Hexton is a fundamental particle, formed by combination of three bitons.

electron wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Electron is a hexton with prominent south magnetic polarity and repulsive nuclear field, in addition to an electric field.

positron wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

Positron is a hexton with prominent north magnetic polarity and attractive nuclear field, in addition to an electric field.

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