## Saturday, September 24, 2016

### partial integrals of the infinite equations and more

now in mass when velocity hits infinity mass is zero then also mass is the partial constant in the velocity to zero from infinite equation see what hapens is the equation suggests that d(mv)/dv is m and the partial is m as a constant and same for v and u equation where d(uv)/du is v etc. see 2*u*u/(1+u*u) is 4*u/sqr(1+u*u) then (sqr(v))/u is dv/du then (d(uv))/du is v is sqr(v) then v is zero not one because then both formulas up there would be one and dervative of oone is not one but derivative of zero is zero when derived thus it is partial constant intregal when integrated now m is not to infinite but zero also m is 1/sqrt(1-v*v) then dm/dv is -v/((1-v*v)^1.5) then --m*m*m*v is dm/dv then d(mv)/dv is m then the (d(mv))/dv is -m*m*m*v*v is m then m*v*m*v is minus one is v*v/(1-v*v) then -1 plus m is -1 then m is zero integrated is partial constant integrated now the u and v are both velocities that switch together but not in velocity and mass case now the 1/sqrt(1-f*f) f is force force is the same for all then all build at same rate mass one exponent ahead force middle and acceleration one exponent behind all with whatever function which must be the same for all three heads and the exponent rule by m is e^(mv) etc. now a particle on another etc. is compound particle and another revolving around another complex all these particles same amplitude wave same frequency and same wavelegnth and phase shift because they have to agree and the waves are layered right on each other in compound particle now v increases then 1/(m*m) and 1/(m*m) to counteract increasing 1/(m*m) then increase m then r increase m as well as velocity then net decrease is back to one m then m*v*v/r then force decrease by square invert and when I say linear or square sometmes I mean invert so force decrease by square to make q have to stay the same now in gravity and perhaps other forces the particle is so few in cylinders that it makes more hollow spheres ouutward and inward to keep it linear thus twice mass linear to increase and go m*m*v*v/r then force is larger at a given 1/(r*r) then q changes by a linear because go qq linear so both q's are changing to square but the 1/(r*r) then each q is linearly increasing now the force with v1 remember the velocity can be v1 or v and when v1 but v and v1 not linear because (m*m)/(m*m) anytime there is a linear in the numerator in mass counteracted by denominator the denominator is not linear and this is for anything also when numerator to counteract denominator it is linear but not velocity to c/sqrt(c*c-v*v) is always accurate also if v is sine then v1 is cosine with feta as linear then both behave the same now when v decreasing twice ore then increase when increase by 1/2 then the m*m will always be same ratio to 1/(m*m) and the 1/2 can be one unit now when decreases velocity increases then the square cylinder effects cancel then r decrease to decrease m as well as velocity but one invert m since velocity net increase now when switching the velocity now when switching velocity and radius everything reverses and radius switch because anythng of distance is intregal of velocity to switch perpendicular compliment also thus increase mass down small and up large always increasng and same with time momentum and energy!!! but when reversing them the mass changes so that m*v*v/r then if mass and radius increase v decrease if mass and radius decrease v increase thus q the same no matter what except in weak fields like gravity now sometimes when I say reversing I mean switching and the distances like radius amplitude wavelength frequency etc. and velocity switch at 45 degrees but for mass time energy etc. velocity does not switch until 90 degrees and same for mass time and energy not until 90 degrees for mass time and energy etc. now simple particles are hollow spheres with one layer of cylinders ad in gravity the little ones are easier to push then linear less upper then lower reproduce then the up equals the downs linearly thus linear ratio of gravity or any weak field to mass also which are top layer pparticles and which are underneath depend on a lot of things I talked about n cylnders and fields etc.