3-2-28-01 Postulate

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 Quantitative 3-2-28-03

3-2-28-02 * Observe The Postulated Matter Component Of The Cosmos

Analyze

Observe the Matter Component Of The Cosmos qualitatively.
Observe the Matter Component Of The Cosmos quantitatively.

Introduction

3-2-28-02-0 Space Exists!
3-2-28-02-1 Matter Exists!
3-2-28-02-2 Motion Exists!
3-2-28-02-3 Time Defined
3-2-28-02-4 Speed Defined
3-2-28-02-5 Acceleration Defined
3-2-28-02-6 Force Defined
3-2-28-02-7
Energy Defined 
3-2-28-02-8
Momentum Defined 
3-2-28-02-9
Power Defined 

Introduction

The qualitative level description is without numbers- It assumes an exposure to the physical or behavioral reality being discussed (like hot verses cold or long verses short).

 

Introduction

3-2-28-01-0 Postulate Defined
3-2-28-01-1 Space Postulated
3-2-28-01-2 Matter Postulated
3-2-28-01-3 Motion Postulated

 

The physical reality that we accept to exist, is founded on our our postulation of Space, Matter in Space and Motion of Matter in Space!

We use this foundation to observe, analyze observations, consider contrary hypotheses and make operational definitions in terms of the accepted postulates-

See:1-1-1 Postulates Of Physical Reality - A Foundation Statement

3,2,28,2 Qualitative Definitions

Introduction

3-2-28-02-0 Space Quantified
3-2-28-02-1 Matter Quantified
3-2-28-02-2 Motion Quantified
3-2-28-02-3 Time Defined
3-2-28-02-4 Speed Defined
3-2-28-02-5 Acceleration Defined
3-2-28-02-6 Force Defined
3-2-28-02-7 Energy Defined
3-2-28-02-8 Momentum Defined
3-2-28-02-9 Power Defined


3-2-28-01 Postulates Space, Matter And Motion Exist - Togather Called The Cosmos

Analyze

The Cosmos is the physical reality and its behavior in which we live an move and have our being-


Introduction

3-2-28-01-0 Postulate Defined
3-2-28-01-1 Space Postulated
3-2-28-01-2 Matter Postulated
3-2-28-01-3 Motion Postulated

Introduction

The physical reality that we accept to exist, is founded on our our postulation of Space, Matter in Space and Motion of Matter in Space!

We use this foundation to observe, analyze observations, consider contrary hypotheses and make operational definitions in terms of the accepted postulates-

See:1-1-1 Postulates Of Physical Reality - A Foundation Statement

3,2,28,2 Qualitative Definitions

Introduction

3-2-28-02-0 Space Quantified
3-2-28-02-1 Matter Quantified
3-2-28-02-2 Motion Quantified
3-2-28-02-3 Time Defined
3-2-28-02-4 Speed Defined
3-2-28-02-5 Acceleration Defined
3-2-28-02-6 Force Defined
3-2-28-02-7 Energy Defined
3-2-28-02-8 Momentum Defined
3-2-28-02-9 Power Defined

From: 1-1-00-1 * Postulate

Postulate (Green text implies Postulated and Yellow text implies Defined)

PRONUNCIATION:

pausCHələt

   

 SYLLABICATION: NOUN - pos-tu-late 


 A thing suggested or assumed as true as the basis for reasoning, discussion, or belief.


Verb: Suggest or assume the existence, fact, or truth of (something) as a basis for reasoning, discussion, or belief.

 

In traditional logic, an axiom or postulate is a proposition that is not proved or demonstrated but considered to be either self-evident, or subject to necessary decision. Therefore, its truth is taken for granted, and serves as a starting point for deducing and inferring other (theory dependent) truths.

 

Example: Space exists (eternal,and Infinite)! In Space, Matter exists (not  Created and not Destroyed,)! Motion (of matter in space) exists (not  Created and not Destroyed,)!

 

1. A thing suggested or assumed as true as the basis for reasoning, Le Sage's theory of gravitation is a kinetic theory of gravity originally proposed by Nicolas Fatio de Duillier in 1690 and later by Georges-Louis Le Sage in 1748. The theory proposed a mechanical explanation for Newton's gravitational force in terms of streams of tiny unseen particles (which Le Sage called ultra-mundane corpuscles) impacting all material objects from all directions. According to this model, any two material bodies partially shield each other from the impinging corpuscles, resulting in a net imbalance in the pressure exerted by the impact of corpuscles on the bodies, tending to drive the bodies together. This mechanical explanation for gravity never gained widespread acceptance, although it continued to be studied occasionally by physicists until the beginning of the 20th century, by which time it was generally considered to be conclusively discredited.

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