Seeking Your Opinions on the Purpose of Motion

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Seeking Your Opinions on the Purpose of Motion
« on: 25/07/2013 02:28:47 »
This is my opinion.  What is yours?


For my example I will consider a sub-atomic particle in motion and free from any external influences.


Question...

What purpose does motion serve?


Assumption #1...

The purpose of motion is to bring the particle to a state of balance.

Question...

How does motion serve to bring the particle to a state of balance?


Assumption #2...

Motion serves to bring the particle to a state of balance by shifting its substance, and any associated field, in the direction of an imbalance within it's substance and/or any associated field.

Question...

How does the particle determine if it is in balance or not?


Assumption #3...

The center point of the particle serves as a balance reference point by which it gauges the degree of uniformity within its substance and/or any associated field.

Question...

Why does the particle need to determine if it is in balance or not?


Assumption #4...

Balance is the natural state of the particle.

Question...

Why is balance the natural state of the particle?


Assumption #5...

Balance is the natural state of the particle because it is the only state in which absolute rest is possible.
« Last Edit: 25/07/2013 16:32:23 by Thibeinn »