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  Velocity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In polar coordinates, a two-dimensional velocity can be decomposed into a radial velocity, defined as the component of velocity away from or toward the origin, and transverse velocity, the component of velocity along a circle centred at the origin, and equal to the distance to the origin times the angular velocity.
Angular momentum in scalar form is the distance to the origin times the transverse speed, or equivalently, the distance squared times the angular speed, with a plus or minus to distinguish clockwise and anti-clockwise direction.
If forces are in the radial direction only, as in the case of a gravitational orbit, angular momentum is constant, and transverse speed is inversely proportional to the distance, angular speed is inversely proportional to the distance squared, and the rate at which area is swept out is constant.
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 Scalar Motion
The scalar motions readily accessible to observation are not isolated in the manner of those I have mentioned, but are connected to a physical reference system in some manner, as for instance by placing the balloon on the floor of a room.
The force aspect of a vectorial motion is a vector; the force aspect of a distributed scalar motion is a field.
N units of motion in time are equivalent to minus 1/n units of motion in space—so that we accomplish a resultant of less than one unit by combining the one full unit with the oppositely directed fractional unit from the other direction.
www.reciprocalsystem.com /ce/scalmot.htm   (5355 words)

 PHY 206 Chapter 2 Motion in One Dimension / Dr. Miner
The major portion of this semester is the study of mechanics, the science of motion and its causes.
A vector divided by a scalar is a vector.
In one-dimensional motion the scalar acceleration is the difference in speed (after and before) divided by the time it takes.
www.udayton.edu /~physics/gkm/p206ch02.htm   (906 words)

 The Tom Bearden Website   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Scalar resonance is not in the conventional textbook.
Encountering increased scalar wave flux (with respect to the external observer) forces the moving object to absorb and emit scalar waves at a higher rate along its direction of motion than when it is not moving.
Scalar waves absorbed into trapped resonance may be regarded as constituting a current of scalar resonance into the mass-accumulator-object.
www.cheniere.org /books/ferdelance/s35.htm   (1208 words)

 Chapter 2 Notes
A study of motion will involve the introduction of a variety of quantities which are used to describe the physical world.
Since a moving object often changes its speed during its motion, it is common to distinguish between the average speed and the instantaneous speed.
The specific features of the motion of objects are demonstrated by the shape and the slope of the lines on a position vs. time graph.
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 Mass - RST Wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Scalar motion is simply the progression of the two reciprocal aspects, space and time, of motion in one, two and three dimensions.
Each time the electrical units are incremented the additonal motion is sufficient to create the next element in succession, filling in the elements between the elements of complete units of magnetic displacements as shown in the Wheel of Motion.
Recall that scalar motion has two basic states, reversing and non-reversing, and that, when these two are combined, the combination forms a third state, periodic reversing.
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 Healing America
Scalar energy is described to have zero frequencies, to be static, a stationary energy that therefore cannot be evaluated by our current frequency instruments.
A survey of the literature suggests that 'scalar' energy is the most appropriate description of healing energy up-to-date, as it allows for the fact that healing energy has been shown to be not part of the electromagnetic spectrum as we understand it.
According to Robert Jacobs,9 scalar waves are capable of acting on living organisms at a sub-atomic level, and certain frequencies of scalar have been shown to destroy viruses and bacteria.
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Multi-dimensional scalar motion is not an assumption or a theory.
I nasmuch as an object with such a motion is arbitrarily assigned a speed of zero relative to the reference system by taking its location as a reference point for its scalar motion, it is possible to produce a compound motion, a motion of the distributed scalar motion, by moving the reference object.
Once the existence of these distributed scalar motions is recognized, it is immediately evident that the basic error in current theory is the assumption that electric, magnetic, and gravitational effects are propagated at a finite speed through a medium, or something with the properties of a medium.
www.reciprocalsystem.com /nfs/nfs02.htm   (5667 words)

 The Biomechanics of Skating: Linear Kinematics
For one-dimensional motion, we said the average velocity for a time interval equals the displacement divided by the size of the time interval.
For motion in 2 and 3 dimensions, the average velocity is also the displacement divided by the time interval.
In 2- and 3-d motion, of course, the instantaneous velocity remains a vector.
btc.montana.edu /olympics/physbio/physics/kin11.html   (215 words)

 Healing America Scalar Energy
The term scalar was used by Nikola Tesla at the end of the last century as a part of powerful non-Hertzian energy (without frequencies) which he referred to as standing energy or cosmic waves.
And see: Scalar - Alternative Energy Free Energy Plasma Energy and Healing Reciprocal System of Theory - The theory is based on scalar motion, a simple inverse relationship between space and time, and can explain phenomena from sub-atomic to super galaxies; Educate-Yourself The Freedom of Knowledge, The Power of Thought.
According to Robert Jacobs, scalar waves are capable of acting on living organisms at a sub-atomic level, and certain frequencies of scalar have been shown to destroy viruses and bacteria.
www.ocnsignal.com /scalar   (1729 words)

 Physics 101 For Perpetual Motion Inventors
While torque is a vector quantity, it may be treated as a signed scalar when all the forces of concern lie in a common plane, as is the case with rotating wheels.
If such a tangential force acted opposite to the motion of the ball, this would decrease the ball's forward velocity, but it would have a torque that would be in a direction to increase the angular velocity of the ball.
In motion problems with complicated paths, it's useful to speak of a vector's radial and tangential components.
www.lhup.edu /~dsimanek/museum/phys101.htm   (3917 words)

 PhysOrgForum Science, Physics and Technology Discussion Forums -> THEORY OF EVERYTHING BEGUN FROM ABSOLUTE CONCEPT.
Two great physical examples of scalar motion that we can observe are gravitational motion, which is inward in all directions, and the opposite scalar motion of the distant galaxies, which are moving away from one another in all directions.
Because scalar motion is motion in all directions simultaneously, an observer on galaxy B, lying on a line between galaxies A and C, would report that galaxy A and C are moving away from him/her in opposite directions.
motion in all directions, has no specific direction, but manifests a direction of motion according to how it is coupled to an observer.
forum.physorg.com /index.php?showtopic=2995&view=getlastpost   (2870 words)

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Motion in a straight line, Position-time graph, speed and velocity, Uniform and non-uniform motion, average speed and instantaneous velocity.
Scalar and vector quantities; Position and displacement vectors, general vectors and notation; Equality of vectors, multiplication of vectors by a real number; Addition and substraction of vectors; Unit vector, Resolution of a vector in a plane-Rectangular components, Multiplication of vectors-scalar and vector products; vectors in three dimensions (elementary idea only).
Motion in a plane, Cases of uniform velocity and uniform acceleration - Projectile motion, Uniform circular motion.
www.cbseguess.com /syllabus/class-xii/CBSE-Syllabu-2004-2005/cbse-physics-xii-04-05.asp   (3216 words)

 Bearden Interview
Summing that up, physically a scalar thing is a thing that (1) is a vector in time, which is hidden from direct observation, (2) externally is just a magnitude spatially, and (3) has an internal spatial vector structure, and therefore a hyperspatial or virtual-state vector structure.
Of course, if the standing scalar potential wave is a sine wave function of the radial distance from the source, and the Geiger counter is at the node, it will not read because there is no difference there from normal ambient vacuum potential.
When the motional parts of interacting quaternions produce a motionless or translationless state for the interacting parts as a system, the stress, energy, and exact geometric patterning of the interactants that are now locally trapped in spacetime is gathered in and accounted for.
twm.co.nz /beard_interview.htm   (12449 words)

 Air Pressure
The molecules of a gas are in constant, random motion and frequently collide with each other and with the walls of any container.
The pressure measured in the direction of the motion is called the total pressure and is equal to the sum of the static and dynamic pressure as described by Bernoulli's equation.
Although pressure itself is a scalar, we can define a pressure force to be equal to the pressure (force/area) times the surface area in a direction perpendicular to the surface.
www.grc.nasa.gov /WWW/K-12/airplane/pressure.html   (896 words)

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A cluster matrix describes the initial position of the matrix (4X4 scalars), the type of cluster effect (JOINT or LEAF), JOINT level (or 0 if the type is LEAF), and translate, rotate, scale as 3 scalar tuples.
Scalar values should be in the range from 0.0 to 1.0.
The scalar will be interpreted as a Boolean, with 0 being FALSE and any other value TRUE.
www.cclabs.missouri.edu /things/instruction/aw/SDL_manual/03lm_polyset_dt.html   (1464 words)

 Main Page - RST Wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The development of the system begins with this new class of motion, called scalar motion, the symmetry of which both defines the universe of motion and divides it into two, reciprocal sectors; one with direction in space, the other with direction in time.
The configuration of the scalar motion combination determines the properties and behavior of atoms of matter relative to other atoms of matter in the same sector.
The new motion, called scalar motion, has properties identical to the familiar motion of objects, but it also has many unique properties described in the RST for the first time.
www.rstheory.com /wiki/index.php/Main_Page   (1252 words)

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Morevover, the motion of clocks is influenced by gravitational fields and a physical definition of time made directly with the aid of clocks does not have the same degree of plausibility in general relativity than in special relativity.
Because of this motion of the natural reference system with respect to the stationary systems, an object that has no independent motion, and is not subject to any external force, does not remain stationary in any system of fixed spatial coordinates.
Since motion is necessarily infinitely divisible, it is infinitely divisible into finite manifestations under which motion goes from a presupposded zero velocity to that velocity falsely attributed as being the presupposed velocity of light but which is really that velocity that sets the horizon limits of a segue.
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 Paradoxes Resolved, Origins Illuminated - Angular acceleration of the earth
The Sun's motion relative to the star background is a mirror of Earth's motion around the Sun, and there is no doubt that the angular velocity of the Sun is observed to vary.
In the case of circular uniform motion, the angular acceleration is zero.
We have two different words to distinguish scalar motion ("speed") from vector motion ("velocity"); but we have only one word for both types of acceleration.
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General motion is a combination of translatory and angular movements as one is changing places with respect to some reference point.
In addition, motion can be studied in terms of distance and direction from a starting point, how fast one (or an object) is moving, and any change in speed that might occur.
In this laboratory experience you will (1) become familiar with units of measurement in biomechanics; (2) be introduced to key kinematic terms; (3) calculate velocity and acceleration of two individuals involved in a sprint event; and (4) plot the intra-kinematic dynamics of a sprint event.
www.cwu.edu /~acquisto/kinematics.htm   (439 words)

 The Physics Classroom
The motion of objects can be described by words - words such as distance, displacement, speed, velocity, and acceleration.
These mathematical quantities which are used to describe the motion of objects can be divided into two categories.
The remainder of this lesson will focus on several examples of vector and scalar quantities (distance, displacement, speed, velocity, and acceleration).
www.physicsclassroom.com /Class/1DKin/U1L1b.html   (250 words)

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Their model is based on two accepted psychophysical evidences: humans are sensitive to the spatial frequency of an image, and they are sensitive to the frequency spectrum of a moving image.
The output frequency this scalar sensor will then be used to compute the magnitude of the velocity, and its orientation will also be used to find the direction of the velocity.
The output result of this modal is an explicit representation of the velocity, in the form of a vector motion field.
www.cim.mcgill.ca /~langer/646/2004/PhilippeHandout.doc   (479 words)

Even though the scalar wave is a standing wave, its increased level of potential can ionize the gas in the tube.
Another way is to realize that a standing scalar potential wave can also be considered as a standing wave in the rate of passage of time.
As can be seen, then, in the physical world scalar quantities are very often really zero vector systems, where the "scalar" or motionless system is actually filled with hosts of smaller "vector" things in violent motion.
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 Serious constraints on imagination: Einstein's Legacy
The word "motion" in dimensionless terms means the translational movement of dark matter Higgs particles whose radii are without dimensional limit in the direction of small as dark matter.
The absolute motion of Higgs particle dark matter is causally stirred by the MDCOG and the resulting growth spiral gradient of mass pt size and spin speed defines the field.
The scalar regime of visible matter's G-size EOs is given by G = rh, where r is the radius of the R-size mass pt from the pertinent visible matter MDCOG.
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 Equation of motion for a particle: Newton’s 2nd law
Equation of motion for a particle: Newton’s 2
Equations of motion in a rectangular coordinate system: In a rectangular coordinate system the equations of motion can be represented by three scalar equations:
Equations of motion in normal and tangential (natural) coordinate systems: In a natural coordinate system the equations of motion can be represented by three scalar equations:
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 Hal Galper - Forward Motion
Galper’s work on Forward Motion is the product of a combination of his virtuoso improvisational skill and a major league analytical ability.
Forward Motion is divided into ten chapters, each with a different focus on melodic or harmonic aspects of melody building.
Perhaps the most important chapter is “How to Practice Forward Motion.” This could have easily been titled “how to practice” because it gives such valuable direction, including Dizzy Ghillespie’s memorable advice to solidly internalize melodic lines by “screaming” them, rather than the half-hearted practice methods that many players use.
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Velocity is a vector measurement of the rate and direction of motion.
Velocity can also be defined as rate of change of displacement.
The kinetic energy (movement energy) of a moving object is linear with both its mass and the square of its velocity:
www.online-encyclopedia.info /encyclopedia/v/ve/velocity.html   (304 words)

 "Absolute Space - Relative Motion"
The body's inertial mass is an indication of its scalar energy relative to absolute space.
This equation represents the scalar inertial mass/energy of the body relative to absolute space - it has no direction or momentum - it simply indicates the body’s ‘energy level’ relative to absolute space itself.
The 'rest' inertial mass of a proton is not invariant, it varies in direct proportion to the 'space energy level' it is at.
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 Motion in 2 Dimensions
When we introduced the idea of a rate of change of a dependent variable with respect to an independent variable, the initial example was speed being the rate of change of distance with respect to time.
The direction of course was the same as the displacement because division by a scalar does not alter a vector's direction even thought it may reverse the sense of the vector.
It may not be obvious to you that it is legitimate to treat the x and y motion of a single particle as two instances of 1 dimensional motion.
www.mcasco.com /p1mot2d.html   (2627 words)

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