Physics Based on Energy Transfer Postulate

Physics Based on Energy Transfer Postulate

Dan Ciulin (EIA Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland)
DOI: 10.4018/ijsita.2014100104


By considering the space as a function of time, we accept that the space may have a ‘geometry' that fit better to the given situation, the authors accept that the space change in time continuously and also we make a bridge to the fact that any interaction correspond to an exchange of energy. Then, an equivalent mathematical model of physical representation may be based on elliptical and ultra-elliptical functions that are generated by energy based deferential equations. These functions are based on elliptic coordinates where each coordinate is represented by complex angles. More, the complex exponential functions those are used actually with success, in electro-technique, mechanic, electronic and also to represents signals are degenerated elliptical functions. From this point of view, the paper presents an extension of the quantized theorem to elliptic functions and some applications to fields, atomic particle and waves that may constitute a kind of ‘bridges' to the classical theory. As results, another kind of interpretation of some physical phenomena seems lead to the (theoretical) possibility to overpass the speed of the light and also, to have an ‘intuitive understanding' for some physical phenomena. A technology that overpass the speed of the light may leads to the possibility to find out, during a human life-time, of a new planet similar to our earth and extend in this manner, the human knowledge and territory. This will leads to an important enrichment of human possibilities and knowledge. For this goal, a solid-state electric to gravitation actuator is also presented. Associated with a good and convenient technology, all these are of strategic importance. Applications may be found in strategic forecast, interplanetary telecommunications and treks. The presented tools may be used for modeling the fields and matter structures but also to insure their more comprehensive understanding.
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In the nature, any ‘change’ correspond to an interaction that implies an exchange of energy and/or its equivalent, the mass. Then, any ‘change’ may leads to a ‘transformation’. It is known that the energy (and/or action) based differential equations established relations between the structures that interact between and have as solution degenerate elliptic (complex exponential), elliptic and/or ultra-elliptic functions. All these functions are periodic having real and imaginary periods. Physically, the real periods may represent the ‘time interval of the given transformation’ and/or also ‘it’s dynamic’ and the imaginary periods may have other significations too. As example, for the complex exponential functions, the imaginary period signifies the ‘damping’ of the given system. The integral of the exchanged energy during the (real) period of such function correspond to a ‘(realized) action’. We remember that Kaluza-Klein theory in 5 dimensions use the action and the variation principle to unify the Einstein and Maxell theory.

A possible type of the mathematical functional model for the physics may be built using the complex exponential, elliptic and/or ultra-elliptic functions. Complex exponential and elliptic functions have the ‘complex time’ as independent variable. For higher dimensions, the ultra-elliptic functions may have many ‘complex times’ as independent variables, probably corresponding to the other given ‘observing points’. It is known that such functions may represent the fields and also some objects as, for example, the gyroscope. More sophisticated structures will be represented by higher ultra-elliptical functions. By analogy, each period of such functions may be considered as generated by a ‘string’ (Wikipedia, String theory, 2012).

On the other side, ‘life’ creates more sophisticated structures, able to reproduce themselves and even to have ‘consciousnesses’. In fact, to be able to survive in the nature, leaving beings have to ‘match’ to their environment but also be able to use this environment for their own profit. ‘Living’ implies an appropriate exchange of energy and/or mass with the environment to compensate the internal loss of mass and/or energy. This leads to the cycle ‘alimentation-dejection’ which support the life. As the life time of each living being is finite, ‘surviving’ imply also ‘reproduction’. To match to an environment in continuous change imply that the ‘reproduced copy’ will be (a little) different from the initial living being. These differences are generally induced by ‘sexual reproduction’. Differences may be also induced by irradiation and/or other methods. Statistically, only the living beings that mach well enough with their today environment has a good chance to survive and reproduce them. The known living beings used mainly chemical transformations to live. This implies that they are dependent on their near environment to find out something to eat. If locally they will find less nourishment, they will starve or will be obliged to migrate. Plants had found out a way to ‘prepare themselves locally’ their nourishment through ‘photosynthesis’, by using only the air, water and the energy of the sun. Apart these, the plates need also fewer things from their (local) environment as some mineral salts. This allow to the possibility to ‘colonize’ a given parcel of their environment. It may be observed that a given plant can ‘migrate’ only by extension of its roots to a relatively short distance and create there a new plant and/or by their seeds thrown farther by wind, water and/or insects or animals.

Function of their alimentation, the leaving beings had been developed in niches as unicellular and multi-cellular, as vegetable, mushrooms, insects and animals. Some ‘tips to match well to the environment’ may be also taught. As example for humans, in antiquity, the transfer of a given experience was realized, generally between 2 persons, by means of many examples. This is like the actual manner in which human babies learn to speech and /or to manipulate objects. Technological tools had leads also to other methods. Anyhow, for a given person at the ancient times, consciousness might imply:

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    Assume his/her behavior toward him/herself and environment;

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    Be able to reproduce the things that had been thought;

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    Be able to optimize the things that had been thought;

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    Be able to use the information that had been thought to realize other (new) things.

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