Thursday, October 30, 2008
More equations of the universe
Hidey ho! Its your resident quack here again. First a bit of laity. Click here. And don't forget to vote. Second, About them equation thinglies, if you're wonding which ones just click the tab for "Fundamentals of the Universe", there's a lot of them. Anyway, I've had some new thoughts on the matter. So let's recap. W=F*d, F=ma, it also is the derivative of momentum, I'll pursue that later. m=E/c^2 according to Einstein. Minkowski, Lorenz, and Einstein told us that space and time are related, d=t. a=dv/dt or as I am thinking of it, the change in course over time, dk/dt. Thus W=(E/c^2)(dk/dt)(t), Salvation is a product of works and faith or S=W*Fg*Fc. Combining it all S=FgFc(E/c^2)(dk/dt)(t) moving dt/t to the other side and dividing both sides by S we are left with dt/t=FgFc(E/c^2)(dk/S). However for this to work Salvation must not be 0. However the only ones for whom salvation is zero are the sons of perdition. For them time is eternal, yet nothing of Faith or God or things over come is with them. The other things of interest are that when we integrate the thing, we end up with Ln[[t]]=Integral(FgFc(E/c^2)(dk/S)). Taking the antilog of both sides we get the absolute value of time equaling some function. Wait, the absolute value of time--time only being positive--no time travel--no negative time. Yes this too is apparent in my equation. I am this time not going to assume Faith or energy are independent of the kourse of our lives. But 1/C^2 is. But is salvation? This is one of the fundamental points of questions of faith. is Salvation guaranteed for all, is it the same for all? Or, does salvation depend upon the life you live?