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              (Author's note)

I deemed it useful to insert this article, written in the year 1990, but not submitted for publication to grand us an overall view of nature before we enter upon the definition of its forces, to wit, electrical, magnetic, and gravitational.  



  1. A unified field concept is more than a luxury; it is the most essential factor in the concept of the fundamentals of nature.  Fundamentals shall not be fundamentals if they do not support the full embrace of all their phenomena.  In order to find a "grant concept", we must first comprehend the nature of things, the nature of forces, of waves, of matter, and of energy.

  2. We must in fact first come to understand the foundations of the earth before we shall be able to embark upon such a grant concept and succeed.

  3. And now some thirty years since the nature of these things were awarded me, it was not I who embarked upon them, but I was embarked, a grand not in my own, but it was taught to me by Him who in the realm of physicist is denied to exist.

  4. Let this therefore be a testimony that He, who is not, is greater than they who are. 


  1. "The nature of nature".  Let us consider the sea and all that is in them, how everything is one for the other.  The food chain is endless and never depletes, the water serves the land, and the land again the water.  Water evaporates and falls again to be evaporated.  

  2. Everything follows a cycle by which all things and all creatures are served one for the other, and the hours flee to bring again what has departed.  Never at rest, the earth finds rest in the all-embracing arms of its forces giving man his home and his stead.  

  3. What force or phenomena shall there then be in nature that is not directly related to all others, or which is not rested in that single circle whereupon each one is wrought in the blood of the other, whose head and whose tail all belong to the same body? 

  4. I therefore ask of you to hear me out, allow me to define "the nature of things".  Lend me your ear to hearing what has not been heard before, words not previously spoken, the nature of things, and the foundations of the world.


  1. Let us agree on these things that nature is three dimensional, and that where-ever we look we shall find all principle things by a reference of three in one, and one in three.

  2. By illustration we can pursue this by a "triangle", figure 7-1.     Question: What is most basic in nature?  Answer; The atom.  And what might the atom be?  Parts in motion so we conclude.  And thus we have our first leg of the triangle, namely; MATTER.  

  3. Then there is the movement of matter as it subsists in parts, which would be called, MOTION as the second leg of the triangle.  Thirdly, these parts in their motion form systems, in other words, they proceed to move by a coordinate, wherefore the third leg of the triangle becomes, COORDINATION.  

  1. What else therefore may there be in the atom in distinction to what we have named already?  There are forces and waves, but these are not distinct since they are born forth of MATTER IN MOTION BY COORDINATION.  

  2. Our question for the moment is to the nomenclature of the atom, to find anything that may be fundamental and not yet listed, and aside of matter, motion, and the coordinate, there is none. 

  3. Then we come to the question as to what the atom may produce by these fundamental three, the answer to which would be; The universe in all its realm, molecules, cells, planets, suns, and galaxies, wherefore they are promptly included in the triangle (figure 7-1).  

  4. But the atom is divisible wherefore there must be parts or systems, a phenomena that should be named.  We have named protons and electrons, but realistically we find the "finite dusts" (or as "water") of which they are constructed, consequently it is named as the basic material substance. 

  5. Then let us ask if nature is a single magnitude, the answer to which would be: Yes!  But since all one's are in three, the one magnitude has three magnitudes, just as the three magnitudes are one magnitude recalling the fundamental axiom;

  6. +++++  that all one is in three and three in one.  +++++

  7. From the finite dust to the atom as a whole shall then be the "first" magnitude, since indeed the atom as such is a magnitude all in itself.  The second magnitude then does not leave off at any number or formation of systems, but it reaches to the very ends of the universe taking in all that is born forth of the atoms. 

  8. And so that brings us to an end, for there is no more physical nature above and beyond physical nature.  And yet none of this nature would exist were it not for that essential third leg - that factor of coordination, the factor that makes all parts move by systems, or by which all parts move in order.

  9.  Matter and motion cannot by itself make for an atom or a universe, but given an order, a mathematical sequence, a way to proceed after a definite course of action, then these make for the entire universe.  It is by these orders that forces and waves come about, and the physical shape of all things.  

  10. Numbers set on paper have no meaning without the coordinates to value them, The paper and the scribbles may be said to be the material leg, but it is the mathematics of it all that gives it meaning and value.  

  11. Seeing then that this in itself is a magnitude, we come to speak of a "third" magnitude, to wit, the coordinate factor.  In the calculus this factor may be called mathematics, but in the realm of nature, with matter and motion this factor is much more than just mathematics.

  12. And now that I referred to the dust as "water," it is a term borrowed from the Scriptures, how all things came forth by it.  But such a term is but figurative for something man has no conception of, since that water is of course not the H2O as we conceive water. This I mentioned for but the wise in the earth.


  1. The dimensions, length, width, and depth so familiar to us must of course account for one leg each, since all of nature is found and formed in these dimensions and there are no other dimensions found.  Some might question if not time and space should be set as a dimension, and yes they can, but not as any additional dimension, since these are derivatives of the basic first.  

  2. Take time for example: Suppose you conceive time as an endless line, and you wished to touch upon it, to take a part thereof, to have it for a dimension.  And so you placed your finger on that line and instantly that line became a dot under your finger.  

  3. Bewildered, you acclaim: "Where did it go?  Where now is its infinity?  It no longer is seen!  I thought upon it, and I touched it, and it vanished.  O my what have I done?"  Time, - so I say unto you, is of the essence, the essence of being.  And so mark how the whole triangle in all its spelling has "time" as its "prefix". 

  4. And what are we to say for "space", the infinite that seems without body and yet is, how shall it be a dimension?  Take now this for granted that whatever is infinite has no dimension, at least not any that we can account within the physical world in which we live.  

  5. Space as such, cannot be warped, it has no physical properties, only the forces within it do; only these therefore relate to dimensions.  Yet we must of course account for time and for space, and for distance as the remaining leg of the trio. 

  6. Time then is a movement relative of celestial bodies placing distance into space, a clock to revolve gears for a space of however many increments we wish to number. 

  7. Ageless and outwitted, so are we in time and space.  To thus place these factors where they are most fitted, distance is something akin to material, while space should rank with motion.  

  8. And since there is nothing material to time, it is listed with the factor of coordination, for time indeed is a coordinate factor of our life in the mathematics by which it came upon us. 


  1. "Energy."  Now where did I list that?  Did I perhaps forget to list something as fundamental as energy?  No, on the contrary, it is the most abundant of all and shows itself in everything.  What therefore might it be since I did not see it fit to list it as such?  

  2. The energy of a bullet in flight, is its motion.  The energy of an electron in orbit, is its motion.  The energy of an electrical flow of current, is its motion.  Everything that is spelled energy has motion as its fundamental term to express the nature thereof. 

  3. Energy therefore is listed as "motion".  For what else might we find in the atom other than parts in motion since the energy carried by these parts is their motion?  They certainly do not carry any backpack full of dynamite, their velocity alone prohibits such carry-on. 

  4. Or if one still insists that matter converts to energy, perhaps he did not understand me when I said that Einstein was blind to make such a statement, and how that man never got anything right in his life.  But if one still insists then let him first define just how and why matter should do such a silly un-consequential thing.  

  5. And should one come with anything reasonable to submit, I will show how matter is yet far more elusive than what the mind of man has yet imagined.  And then what would there be left in the way of matter for man to turn into energy? 

  6. Motion now leads to force, and force is motion the like, and by the same token, motion leads to inertia, and inertia is mass as well as force.  This all brings us to that grand magnitude which we call coordination, the birthplace of all forces, and consequential design of wave formations as messengers to extend the realm into the far reaches of the unknown, giving meaning to space, time, and distance.  

  7. This grand magnitude is not a third following a second, but rather one who pervades the whole of the two magnitudes, as something "greater then," or over and upon them.  By these the sun is brought to shine, and the galaxies to swirl, by which also the electrons follow their cycles around their cores, and value their velocity. 

  8. Coordination is like a mathematical order by which all the elements have their specific value, which is in number of parts as well as in systematic behavior, giving rise to their identity by specific wavelengths.  

  9. It is by this factor of coordination that we speak and hear, as well as read and write, and have our smell and taste, with feeling added as well.  If it were not for all three factors based in one, matter motion and coordination, there would be no nature to call physical nature. 

THE TWIN TRIANGLE         Figure 7-2.

  1. Let us now look at that which is born of the atom by the illustration of a "twin triangle", a figure eight. At the heart of it is the atom as the building block of all substance, and with the "inertia" of its angular momentum The atom may thus be seen as a gyro, and as a factory which produces a product, a single product which is called "motion.  

  2. Which then comes in two directions of, angular and linear.  This product in its two forms is the backbone and the most essential article for the construction of the physical universe. 

  1. The first version of this product comes in the form of angular momentum, which in the essence of inertia becomes "mass" as such, and we can attribute the term "stability", and "reactance to force" as well.  The second version of its product is "velocity" in the form of linear movement, a derivative of its first and main product.  

  2. It is common knowledge that angular movements produces linear movement, and/or visa versa.  So also it is with the wheels (electrons) of the atoms, each wheel lending its momentum to a "greater" line of movement, which then becomes a line of force, also referred to as "waves".

  3. The illustration then is far more unique than it may appear, for going outwards from this fundamental building block (the atom) are all its products and by-products, to wit; an entire universe with all its phenomena.  

  4. And each and everyone of these is contained within that one "principle" by which all of nature is set forth, namely; the "eight” of nature, or as we view it, the typical figure eight, which in fundamental terms is a single circle.

  5. From the angular momentum of the wheels we are furnished with the whole spectrum of what we erroneously termed, the electro-magnetic spectrum.  Listed are light, and radio waves, as well as magnetic and electrical waves.  

  6. The latter two in their essence are then the forces by their respective terms, electric, and magnetic.  Hence the wheels produce velocity, which in turn brings about acceleration and deceleration. 

  7. Then again starting from the basic block with the emphasis on "inertia", we are furnished with a force of centrifugal, and with gravity as a derivative of all these factors.  

  8. Hence, we are furnished with mass or substance in its threefold version, to wit, gases, liquids, and solids.  Next the same inertia together with all the other factors produces "density" by which sound waves may proceed. 

  9. We in our spiritual nature then utilize all these products to hear, see, smell, taste, and feel.  Hearing from compression (sound waves), eyesight from rider-waves (light), smell and taste from coordinates, and feeling from motion in terms of velocity and/or a change of movement.  

  10. One such in our nature of sensation is acceleration and deceleration, the other in terms of heat or warmth is by angular velocity, or in plain terms, rpm.  This concludes the twin triangle illustration, and we might now detail some of the products. 


  1. Since "magnetic force" is the first and only real "force" formed from the produce of the atomic factories, or engines as we might call them, it should indeed dominate the illustration.  

  2. It is for that reason that our illustration resembles the figure eight, which is none other than the wave formation of magnetic force, and of electrical force, which conducts itself, and is conducted by all substances.

  3. The atom located at its center thus conveys how fundamental that wheel of inertia is to the formation thereof.  The magnetic wave is none other than lines of force, meaning the lines are very real, and may be compared to highways upon which a constant flow of vehicles moves into one direction.  

  4. Or we may view it after a conveyer belt, the many individual wheels (rollers) as the atoms, while the boxes transposed upon the belt is the coordinate movement as a line of motion. 

  5. And anything that is in motion has power, the evidence of that is quite realistic when a speeding train collides with a vehicle upon its track.  The coordinate of the magnetic wave, is far more complex than the simplicity of the illustration given, but it conveys the basic principle and form of the wave, a full single circle with a one half rotation upon itself. 


  1. The essence of the electrical wave formation is none other than the force of electric.  The fundamentals for the general electrical current, and that which is called static electricity are all the same.  The formation of the electric wave is identical to that of the magnetic wave, with the exception that it may be turned in as many angular rotations as possible.  

  2. By illustration; the electrical wave would thus be like a rubber band which from both ends is twisted in opposite directions giving rise to figure eight's in a continues formation.  

  3. Voltage then comes in by the degree, or number of angular rotation, while ampere is the flow of motion that is active only when the circle of its force is complete (its two ends connected together), movement, in other words, must have a way to proceed.


  1. Gravity, as a derivative of "magnetic", is more complex.  It involves more factors to come to its end result.  Inertia herein is a "key" factor that by way of torque and centrifugal reactance all laid in the embrace of the male of force (magnetic force) comes to a precession of its inertia, by which then an inclination proceeds the nature of which we came to call gravity. 


  1. Light waves are a product of the atoms as they "resonate" in conjunction with one another.  Each specific element then having its own specific coordinate, a specific wavelength, is born forth as a code of its own identity.  The nature of waves in the harmony of the grand scheme of nature is thought of as some difficulty. 

  2.   But then what shall not be difficult what is not known or understood?  The spectrum of waves is however unique and in total agreement with the grand scheme.  

  3. Radio waves - also born forth by resonance - are on a larger scale to those of light, and on a magnitude higher on the scale.  In contrast to light-waves, which operates on the atomic magnitude, radio waves find their realm on the molecular level, and interpret themselves as modulations upon the pathways of the media. 


  1. Illustration figure 7-2 represents the "second" magnitude of nature listing the atom at the center thereof.  The atom has its own realm, its own magnitude that we are yet to illustrate.  This atomic order however is easier to come upon than to get away from.  

  2. The atom as the building block of nature is not like the second order wherein everything is by multiples, systems by systems, and systems upon systems.  Instead this basic part of nature seems to have different principles.  

  3. But how shall that be when there is but a single footing, and a single fundamental principle to the whole realm of nature? 

  4. I now am aware of the massive number of so called parts that have been gathered for the nomenclature of the atom, none of which however hold any meaning for me.  

  5. The thoughts of men have yet to focus on the nature of what is in the nomenclature of the atom.  I will however concede to what is both obvious and natural, namely, that the atom is matter in motion by coordination.

THE NUCLEUS     Figure 7-3

  1. If we came to say that the nucleus has magnetic force, it would have both positive and negative polarities.  If we came to say that the nucleus is wholly positive, it then can neither be electric nor magnetic.  

  2. Nor could it contain a charge of any kind, since the nature of these forces is motion, and wherever there is movement there is a coming from, and a going unto, or, positive and negative. 

  3. This basic law of nature thus rules out the nucleus as a one sided coin.  As a two-sided coin it may just be a figure of speech to say "magnetic or electric", since the nature of what is generally understood by magnetic force shall not fit the nucleus

  4. In a more fundamental form however, the appearance of what resembles a magnetic force may be plausible.  I however am not all that well versed in this particular part to extend any great detail other than what I have spoken, and I must leave the nucleus for perhaps some future time. 


  1. I coined this term for all matter or substance in what it consists of, simply for the mind of man to have some inkling, or foothold on what substance might be.   Like unto all earth where it is said: "Dust to dust and ashes to ashes," so I coined the term relative to it.

  2. It is of course so that in reality I am telling man, how it is the stork to delivers the babies, simply because I do not care to reveal the nature of nature into any deeper terms, man having forfeited the same unto himself.

  3. Where then I said; "Water," in the place of it; let it be for the wise.


  1. The nature of nature in every form and part of its being spells; matter in motion by coordination.  This three-point reference is thus fundamental and found throughout nature in its whole structure.  

  2. Whatsoever things we find in nature, be they force or physical structures, are founded upon the atom, wherefore the atom becomes the cornerstone or building block of the whole.

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