Principle of conservation of matter, energy and mass

The Global Conservation Principle is an extension of Lavoisier’s Law of Conservation of Matter, Energy in Classical Mechanics or of energy-mass in Relativity.

Book cover of the Global Gravity Law. V-838 Monocerotis.



Author: José Tiberius

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2.b.2 Global Conservation Principle

The new physics model uses the Global Conservation Principle to two ends. On the one hand, to show the possibility of changing the state of aggregation of the Global Aether –reticular structure of matter– or altering a physical property. On the other hand, that there will always be a relationship of equivalence between sub-reticular units or new properties of matter that we could discover.

  • There exists conservation of matter in transformations or equivalence between different manifestations of a basic universal element, which we will call Global Aether.

The conservation of matter law or principle in its broadest sense or global equivalence is very generic, but it explains perfectly the essence of Global Physics. Not only there is a transformation between the potential gravitational energy, electromagnetic energy, kinetic energy, and mass, but also they are different manifestations of the Global Aether –elastics energy.

The fact that gravity field is the LUM Aether (Luminiferous, universal, and mobile) does not invalidate the previous affirmation.

  • Water example

    Ice, water and steam and other physical states of matter

  • String example

    Another beautiful example is that of cotton, string and a ball of cotton respectively.

Global Mechanics model indicates that filaments of the Global Aether are unbreakable, and they spread across the whole universe. This model tries to establish the physical limits among the diverse manifestations of matter and the mechanisms involved.

The unbreakable and elastic character of the Global Aether aids the intuitive notion of the Global Conservation Principle.

When presenting a scientific paradigm shift, there arises a serious problem regarding the terminology to explain new concepts. With similar or same terms of the current paradigm, the new ideas are not precise enough, and the new names have not force until the brain internalizes them.

For example, there are problems when defining matter; you only need to look at Wikipedia to see that the English version of the article partly contradicts the Spanish version.

From the concept of matter on Wikipedia in Spanish: “In Physics, matter is the name given to any physical entity, which is part of the observable universe, it has energy and is capable of interacting with a measuring device, or in other words, it is measurable.” The principle should be the Principle of Matter Conservation, but it would be unclear its meaning.  Also, the term Principle of Global Conservation refers to the theory that it accompanies, and to the unbreakable and elastic filaments of the Global Aether.

The Principle of Global Conservation means a step further on in modern science from Lavoisier’s initial Law of Matter Conservation, from the Principle of Energy Conservation in Classical Mechanics or energy-mass in Relativistic Mechanics, with the addition of the Global Aether, which supports gravity, mass, and kinetic energy.

Therefore, known transformations, equivalences and conservations of matter, and other gravitational processes are covered, such as:

  •  Doppler effect of light

    With Principle of Global Conservation, we can deduce the Doppler effect of light, as this fact implies an energy equivalence between the variation of the frequency of light and relative speed in the Galilean sense when it differs from the speed of light.

    The Doppler effect of light appears again in section Energy experiments.

  • Redshift

    If in the Doppler effect the changes in energy or light frequency depend on relative movement and its corresponding energy, when changes in energy relate to changes in the intensity of the gravitational field, the process is redshift or blue shift. The expression redshift usually refers to the gravitational redshift.

    Changes in the frequency of electromagnetic waves with gravitational variation imply equivalence between electromagnetic energy and potential energy that are within the concept of the Global Conservation Principle.

    The section on Energy experiments studies this equivalence of gravitational redshift within the non-relativistic or alternative explanation to Einstein’s General Relativity.

  • Processes related to matter and energy conservation in Particle Physics.

    The equation of the Gravitational Law of Equivalence from the new theory has repercussions, among other things, in the definition of physical mass and the atomic configuration. It affects Bohr’s postulates, and the atomic structure of Schrödinger’s model –current model according to Wikipedia–, about the sensitivity of the gravito-magnetic field of electron orbits.

    Galaxies in collision
    NASA and
    STScI-Hubble Team (Public domain image)
    Galaxies in collision NGC 6050 - NASA.

    The book Global Mechanics presents a new atomic model along with comments on main lines making up molecular bonds.

  • Matter conservation processes and energy regarding Astrophysics

    The book Global Astrophysics and Cosmology presents the nature of black holes and stars, as well as various innovative ideas regarding dark matter and dark energy, based on matter conservation due to the unbreakable and elastic filaments of the Global Aether.

This new Global Conservation Principle is much more general than conservation principle of relativistic energy-mass together with established Einstein’s Equivalence Principle of General Relativity, although it does not imply any transformation of time, intrinsic size of space, or any unknown dimension.

It is not the same saying gravity deforms space that the gravitational field –LUM Aether (Luminiferous, universal, and mobile)– may spin and that it may entirely drag electromagnetic energy. The Vinyl-Disc experiment shows this difference.