Accelerated Self-Motion and the Third State of Rest

If a body is not affected by a force, then it is in either a state of rest or uniform rectilinear motion. But we know, that a body being free falling in a field of gravitation is also in a state of rest?! So, a question arises: What is this state of rest characterized by? What is the physical gist of this state?

Having developed an interest in this awfully interesting question, we tried to find out what internal processes allow both free falling and resting bodies to be in the same(!) state of rest? And we found not only a similarity of these processes, but also their indissoluble ties with the reaction (inertia) arising in response to a disturbance of settled motion conditions.

Studying the behavior of interference patterns for a system of two coherent sources, we observed a wonderful stability only in two cases: when the sources are resting in a medium and when they are moving uniformly and rectilinearly.

But, for uniform motion, the necessity of a fixed phase shift is found, otherwise, absence of the phase shift always causes self-braking of the system.

It is remarkable, that the higher velocity in the ether, the greater the phase shift must be.

We have mentioned already that the phase shift occurs during an action that changes the velocity of a system and also from the reaction of the system in the form of inertia.

But, if so, then phase shifting and acceleration are connected with each other - where in accelerating a body we expend energy when changing its phase state. So far, nobody has seen how it happens, but a method of geometrical visualization we developed makes it possible for animated viewing.

As soon as we create an arrhythmia or accelerate the sources, deformation of the interference pattern arises immediately (see Fig 17 and Fig 25), more precisely, an encircling of the interference lines into coil structures occurs.

In addition to the deformation, a current of energy similar to that considered in the chapter “Velocity of Current in Wires” appears. In other words, the interference pattern begins to shift within the system of the sources with velocity and in a direction dependent on the acceleration or magnitude of the arrhythmia.

Here, we encounter a flow of current of wave energy from the source with the higher frequency to the source with the lower frequency. However, a question arises: which way will a system of tightly bound sources react to a current of wave energy arising within the system?

The solution of the problem of two sources being in permanent arrhythmia allowed us to answer this question too: the system will strive for a state of internal rest, that is possible only in the case of accelerated motion in the direction of the current of energy.

But, what if there is not a daredevil found to give the system the acceleration needed for stabilization of the internal processes, then how it will behave?

If the system remains in its initial state, then we must identify the appearance of the internal deformation caused by the energy current. But, it is an energetically unfavorable state of the system, so another case is possible: the system, trying to avoid deformation, will have to move itself with acceleration. Let us consider this question more in detail.

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