Paradox of the Third State of Rest

Suppose, we have two plane oscillators in a state of arrhythmia. Frequency of the oscillator 1 is greater than one of the oscillator 2 . Suppose, that the oscillators re-irradiate direct waves without loss (are transparent). Let us divide the space into three areas: A, B and C. We do it to estimate the energetic state of the system and the surrounding space.

Analyzing the situation, we can see that the sum of energies irradiated by the oscillators into area A is equal to that irradiated into area B: . It indicates that the system irradiates equally in both directions.

Let us consider, what happens inside the system. If , then the flow of energy from 1 to 2 takes place: .

It is a curious situation. To the left and to the right, the system irradiates equal amounts of energy, so, we cannot say about the existence of an impulse to the outside capable of making the system move.

But, at the same time, we see that between the sources 1 and 2 a current of energy takes place, that, in principle, this currentcan create a real pressure difference inside the system.

Thus and so, we have: 1) If we state that the condition arisen cannot be the reason of motion, then we must recognize the paradox of the situation - that a gradient of pressure exists, but motion does not; 2) If we accept the statement that the occurred gradient of pressure will, nevertheless, cause self-motion of the system, then a conflict with a well known school postulate about impossibility of creating any additional motion on account of internal forces is unavoidable.

We cannot accept principle 1, otherwise the reason of flights with balloons as well as with space ships becomes unclear.

Accepting the principle 2, we will justify the case as happened with Baron von Münchhausen, when he, having got into a marsh, pulled himself out by his hair. However, here, it should be reminded that so-called UFOnauts long ago have understood the gist of the question, which, surely, must be easy to solve, and for a long time have demonstrated to us their skill to control the phase-frequency state of their flying vehicles.

It was believed for a long time, that it is impossible to make a system move on account of internal forces, and what’s more, to move with acceleration. In the analysis we performed, we refuted the previously existing delusion and our tests show that the only situation in Nature, in which accelerated self-motion of bodies occurs is exclusively on account of internal arrhythmia creating a current of energy.

Suffice it to remember the example with a boat where passengers throw stones in opposite directions. This example, though rough, still allows us in a similar manner to explain any motion through pulsing caused by a phase shift.

This state of a system is very unusual besides, due to the start of accelerated self-motion which is immediately accompanied by the appearance of a difference between the sums of energies irradiated to the outside - to the right, according to the Doppler effect, the system begins to irradiate less than to the left, but it is only for an observer moving together with the system, so, for him, an impulse seems to appear.

However, we must remember, that in the situation where the system was kept back by us (V=0) and we had to deal only with a force from the inside, there was not even a hint at an excessive impulse irradiated in any direction.

In analysis of situations connected with artificial simulations and with those taking place in Nature, it was found that natural arrhythmia showed that a current of energy inside a system can be stopped in only one case - in the case of accelerated motion in the direction of the energy current.

This means that, holding a system, we always will have to deal with a current causing internal deformation (stress) indicating action of a force, however, we always will observe an absence of excess irradiation in any direction. But, as soon as the system gets free from the holding and acquires free accelerating self-motion, the stress and other deformations disappear, but excessive irradiation appears which can be mistaken for an impulse of a force.

It has become a custom, that disappearance of forces of all kinds is always associated with a state of rest. If an observer is inside of a self-accelerating system, then he will note an absence of effects which are inevitable for an accelerated motion. And if, in addition, he has not a possibility to compare, then he will not be able to distinguish whether he is moving and accelerating, or rectilinearly and uniformly, or is not moving at all. In this sense, accelerated self-motion of a system is unknown before the third state of rest.

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