Newton’s Mechanics, Einstein’s Relativity, & Cusack’s Astrotheology

Cusack PTE

Published on: 2019-02-28

Abstract

In this brief paper, I was looking for an easy way to explain why relativity is only partially correct. There is absolute time and space in our physical universe.

Keywords

Einstein’s Relativity Cusack’s Astrotheology

Introduction

I was looking for an easy way to explain why relativity is only partially correct. There is absolute time and space in our physical universe.  Einstein had too many degrees of freedom. I provide an illustration based on Hooke’s Law from Mechanics of Material theory. My hope is that the reader can see how Newtonian Mechanics, relativity and Astrotheology all fit together in one coherent theory of everything [1].

If we consider the plot of Hooke’s Law from Mechanics of Materials, we see that Newtonian Mechanics resides in the linear region of the plot.  At a point the linear reaction breaks down and we enter the plastic range of three law.  This is where the material being stressed is failing and ends at the rupture point. We note that time is simply Kinetic Energy; Mass is potential energy. The failure point of the Ether is 60 degrees.  We have also derived the speed of light as the distance from the origin to the rupture point.  And Poisson’s ratio is also calculated. Note that the S.F. or Super force is 8/3.

Conclusion

We see that Hooke’s Law can be used to plot significant relationships and explain how Newton’s Mechanics, Einstein’s Relativity, and Cusack’s Astrotheology elate to one another. We see that the 30-60-90 triangle plays a pivotal role in the mathematics of the universe. The trigonometric rations coupled with knowledge of the value of the S.F., yield important relationships. 

References

  1. Cusack PTE, Astrotheology Cusack’s Universe. J. of Phys. Math. January 2016.