Rhythmodynamics is proposed to be considered as a new branch of science, studying the rhythms of particles, their alterations and interactions and, as a consequence, spawning the possibility of obtaining any kinds of motion on account of artificially created and controlled phase relationships and induced frequency arrhythmia of a system.
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For each point of a system, an oscillator is put into correspondence. Its vibrations are characterized by frequency, amplitude and by other characteristics of rhythms. The rhythms change in interaction with environment.
We introduce the rhythm signification with a definite purpose: to make the frequency absolute. The point is that getting into a specific area of space, objects of substance in a system adjust to the changing conditions by changing their frequency.
But, because these changes occur inside of a system, there is no way to detect the changes taking place, because they are simultaneous for all parts of the system.
Nevertheless, an outside observer can perceive, for example, the decrease of frequency in a system as a time deceleration. However, such time deceleration can be interpreted by lowering the rhythm or slowing the pace of life of the system. For that reason, when we refer to rhythms we mean absolute frequency, as the events would be observed by an absolute (outside) observer, who does not obey the laws of the system.
We should understand, that only when viewed from the position of an absolute observer, will one be capable of seeing an event in its instantaneous reflection, which will allow us to directly observe the reactions and interactions. Changing over to real coordinate systems, real observers will inevitably percieve a distortion of the reactions, and we should always keep this point in mind! Knowledge of this disparity between that which is subjectively seen and that which is actually happening will enable science to get rid of the dangerous sickness of egocentrism.
With the appearance of computing technology, ways of studying natural wave interaction phenomena have changed. One of these new ways allows the visualization of wave processes, that allows us not only to facilitate the work of an investigator doing exhaustive geometrical plots, but also to animate the processes. (these programs are freely available, in Russian, at the CONTENTS screen)
A clear example of the effectiveness of this visualization is the discovery of a previously unknown phenomenon of an interference pattern deformation named the spider-effect.
Further investigation of this unique and, at the same time, obvious natural phenomenon has now resulted in the idea of establishing a new scientific direction - RHYTHMODYNAMICS.
The necessity of creating a new science of motion different from that of Newtonian mechanics is well substantiated in the works by A. F. Chernyaev. As a matter of fact, neither Newton nor his followers were able to theoretically explain the reason of motion as a process.
It is still not clear, on account of the internal processes due to the motion of bodies which occurs in ether, in physical vacuum or in emptiness? These are the questions whose solution RHYTHMODYNAMICS is aimed at.
Below we give an example which, though at a macro-level, is directly related to rhythmodynamics. Subsequently it will help us to treat the idea of arrhythmia more comprehensively.
The action is taking place in the absence of frictional force. Suppose we are in a boat, and we intend to throw with force two stones of equal mass simultaneously in opposite directions. If we throw them identically, then the boat will stay at the same place. But, what will happen, if we first throw one stone and after a while the other?
Fig. 13. Illustration for the example
For the time interval between the throws, the boat will move, for example for 100 meters. Does it mean that after the second throw the boat must return to its initial position and stop? Of course, the boat will stop, but still, though it will stop, we will succeed in moving it for 100 meters using the time delay between the throws.
If we repeat the procedure, then we will move for 100 meters more, and it is despite the fact that equal amounts of substance are thrown in both directions! If, in addition, this process is infinite in time, the motion proceeds without mass loss and is quickened by a million times, then the motion of the boat will seem to be a miracle.
It looks like motion, as a physical act, is always connected with time delays of quite concrete intra-substantial processes. This means that something which we are not understanding, is going on in the depths of matter, something very simple and, from this cause, mysterious.
Here, visualization helps us to slow time. In addition, I am sure that in the arsenal of science there are enough investigations performed to understand and substantiate the reasons of motion, but, to do it, a change in our world view is necessary - only then we will be able to combine that which seems to be incompatible and to see things clearly.
The first step is to solve the problem of the reason of inertial motion whose solution came about with the discovery of the phenomenon of standing wave compression with its consequent investigations. Even if many researchers still try to ignore this discovery or, whats more, some of them just exclaim: We dont believe, as we dont see!, but after the discovery of the spider-effect, even they cannot do that any longer.
The point is that the mentioned effect does not depend on a system of views whatever it is: quantum mechanics, n-dimensional physics or relativism, inasmuch as it, the spider-effect, takes place within all the listed concepts.
But, the greatest thing is that the spider-effect is splendid to be visualized. Watching it with the help of our own organs of sight or by using video technology, no one can say that he doesnt see - the times of intentional blindness by science must come to their close.
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In the present work, we refer to the well known Mössbauer effect. We do not discuss it here, but notice that experiments involving this effect indicate a direct relationship between the frequency state of objects and their distance to the center of the Earth.
In this sense, it is believed that Earth, as well as other objects, has around itself the so-called rhythmodynamic potential which decreases with distance. In a system of coherent oscillators taken or moved into the area of action of this potential, frequency destabilization (arrhythmia) arises, which results in the appearance of the spider-effect.
Concerning the primary oscillators as possibly the smallest elements of substance, we realized the hypothetical character of the scheme chosen, providing them with the only property - that of inborn vibration.
We also assume that an isolated oscillator does not possess such properties as mass, inertia, charge, but these properties arise immediately if we have to deal with a system of two or more oscillators.
The solution to the question of what causes physical vibrations, which determines the frequency of the oscillators and provides them with necessary energy, is not unimportant. It is our view that the gist of this quesion involves both the substance and the accompanying phenomena which will depend on the answer to this question.
Assume, that a primary oscillator is a run-off of the ether, and the reason of the vibrations is ether flow into the run-off caused by the pressure difference both inside our Universe and outside.
This means that, while pressure difference and, hence, flow of the ether exist, substance, as a totality of the elementary run-offs, comes to be.
As soon as the pressures become equal, the flow of the ether will end, and, hence, the customary substance will fade too. In this version, the substantial world being observed by us is mortal. Equalizing the pressures is equivalent to the true end of the world.
Assuming the reality of the primary oscillators, it was decided to consider, first, the primary interactions between them and, only next, interactions between oscillator groups (particles). It should be remembered, that the character of interactions between particles always differs from analogous interactions between oscillators, because the particles, as being stable aggregates of the oscillators, possess such properties as mass, inertia and charge.
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One should not be afraid of intrusion into these hardly understandable depths of the world beyond the powers of our instruments and common sense organs, then we always will have a chance to know everything about the world, and, having known, to develop it. Good luck to us!
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