Motion Fundamentals

Motion Fundamentals 

The need to analyze, the need to quantify, the need to conquer and the need to overcome a particular problem has plagued scientist since the beginnings of conventional science. To ascertain an absolute, a law of definitive fact is something that can never be done; the essence of nature does not provide for separation or segregation of individuals units. In her movement of life and death there is a balance so intertwined with constantly changing elements that to believe we can remove a particular portion from its natural surroundings or habitat and that it will remain unchanged is ridiculous. To determine an absolute of anything in the web of life is also impossible, for it changes not by a measurable rate of time but is in a constant process of evolution or de-evolution thus making it impossible to determine a starting or ending point. This process of consistent change is in itself movement. Nothing does not move. To formulate postulate laws to create a basis to understand energy movement that does not take into account the inverse of a particular infinite direction would deny the existence of movement itself. 

A conventional formula to determine force in almost any given situation is the product of a mass and its acceleration or F = (m) (a). This particular formula does not take into account for a direction of acceleration, which is needed to differentiate between a life evoluting or a life de-evoluting system. If the were to be superscripted with a positive or a negative sign we could distinguish between energy movement in a expanding, decelerating, pressure and friction intensifying form with one of a contracting, accelerating, suction intensifying and friction reducing form. To state that force is always the product of mass and its acceleration sets a premise and builds a foundation for other thought based absolutes. This is not how nature works. We have created static thought, based on an awareness of energy in a degregating or explosive form. Such laws have made it customary for individuals to base new laws and theories founded upon laws that apply only to explosive forms of motion. A few of these are the laws of thermodynamics, Newton’s laws of motion and gravity, our concepts of friction and temperature, the list goes on and on. It is not that any of these laws are wrong and it is not our mission to disprove or discredit them, however we recognize the need to bring into light the aspect that most of our basis for scientific evaluation of matter and energy has been solely focused on explosive energy forms thus missing half of the equation that interplay’s with all life and death. 

Through observations of energy movement it is evident that matter in the wake of motion will always take the easiest path. It has become evident to us at through our own observations and through the understandings of the principles of motion and energy laid down by Viktor Schauberger that the path in which almost all energy travels is in the form of a cycloid spiral space curve. This curve becomes evident through the shape of a hyperbolic cone or a portion thereof, also depicting two inversely related directions of movement. The motion that becomes evident takes place as radiating either inward or outward. Unfortunately science has focused almost solely on a radiating outward, diffusing or expanding form of energy in motion. Curiously enough we have found that the shortest path is not always the path of least resistance. 

The essence of energy is ceaseless movement – Callum Coats 

Movement surrounds us; it is in all aspects of our day to day lives. We are so accustomed to being in a rush and having a driven desire for a sense of accomplishment, we fail to realize what we are accomplishing. Through our thoughts and emotions energy becomes manifested by our actions resulting in work based on those particular thoughts or feelings. It is of these innate energies that movement springs force through the individual. Science has no means to measure the potential energies of our thought or to determine their origin. In the world around us many have failed to truly see a world of energy and motion, each so intertwined they are inseparable. We live in a world filled with an almost unfathomable volume of species, from all forms of life; each one with a unique form and shape yet all sharing the same principles of life. Various types of vines and pinecones may look nothing alike but have the same principles of life manifested in their form or shape. The motion of life that takes any plant to its final form of growth (grown under ideal nutrient management) maybe interpreted as being solely the characteristics of a particular species’ genes and DNA. However after hundreds upon hundreds of species are observed in nature simple and consistent shapes appear; two such shapes that repeatedly surface are the hyperbolic cone and that of the egg. These two shapes teach us many of natures means of energy movement, and if observed can lead to a new understanding to base the production of technologies to better man. 

If all life in nature is in a constant state of movement and change, what does this movement look like? Does motion occur in an infinite number of ways, or are there a select number that are naturally manifested? One important reminder is that the movement of energy is always the cause and the form that takes place or what we actually see is the effect. Since we cannot very often see the primary cause behind the growth, development, or the instigating forces of nature we must observe the shapes that life manifests for growth, reproduction or storage. The balanced shape of the seed or the egg is the sole determining factor attributing to its survival. Without a means of reproduction nature is doomed. It is her purpose to maintain the existence of all life through a constant reciprocating process of life and death. This state of constant change is based on processes of nature that traditional science has not fully explored. 

vor·tex (oxford dictionary) 
Mass of whirling fluid, a portion of fluid whose particles have rotatory motion; any whirling motion or mass, viewed as swallowing up or engrossing those who approach it. 

Spiral Vortical Motion 

“Open, goal-oriented, structured, concentrated, intensifying, condensing, dynamic, self-organising, self-divesting of the less valuable, rhythmical, cyclical, sinuous, pulsating, inrolling, and centripetal = the cycloid-spiral-space-curve.” 

                                                                                                -Dr. Tilman Schauberger 

Spiral vortical motion like all forms found in nature has its own set of reciprocals. These opposites were coined radial-axial and axial-radial by Viktor Schauberger. If we follow the path of energy in axial-radial systems the initiating movement is located at the centre of a common axis and energy transgresses towards an external periphery by way of radial movement. This is a centrifugal force of energy movement occurring from the inside outwards. At the centre of axial-radial motion there is little movement taking place however with an increase in distance from the centre, movement and the progression for disintegration increases. Throughout there are many references to the use of exploding or degregating energy in today’s science and technology. This form of motion is always referred to as a typical axial-radial form of motion. 

Radial-axial movement by the above can be expressed as a movement in the inverse direction along a similar trajectory as axial-radial. Matter on a perpendicular plane to a cycloid spiral axis begins upon an inward condensing path that continually focuses and concentrates upon its centre forming a centripetal rotational form of movement. This form of movement is the nature of implosion and references to implosion movement or energy is in reference to radial-axial movement.