*This Principle investigates new Principles from induction of energy and emission of energy. Also new Principles regarding the mass universe are enunciated.*

Following to-day’s works:

In every matter:energy in the mass universe there is the rate of induction of energy (i) and the rate of emission of the same (energy) (e)

Now we shall term the difference (if any) resulting from the subtraction of the rate of induction of energy (i) by the rate of emission of the same (energy) (e) as the rate of difference (d)

That is:

Put in algebraic form:

(d) = (i) - (e)

Now:

There are the following Three Alternatives:

Which are:

Where (d) (as above) is positive we shall term this positive rate of difference

and

Where (d) (as above) is negative we shall term this negative rate of difference

and

Where (d) (as above) is zero we shall term this zero rate of difference

From this we enunciate the following Principles:

namely:

I:

The rate of positive difference will be as directly proportional to the rate of vicinity to Immortality of Ens

And vice-versa

II

The rate of negative difference will be as inversely proportional to the rate of positive difference

And vice-versa

III

The rate of zero difference will be as directly proportional to the rate of permanency of matter:energy divided by the rate of variation: differentiation in the same multiplied by the rate of continuity of the same (variation: differentiation)

And vice-versa

20/10/1996

9.15 A M

In the mass universe there occur the following Principles:

namely:

A:

*The rate of (increase of) heat at any site:time in the mass:universe will be as inversely proportional to the rate of (increase of) velocity (of motion) of the same*

*And vice-versa.*

B:

*The rate of (increase of) velocity:speed (v) of any wave of energy:matter at any site:time in the mass:universe will be as inversely proportional to the rate of (increase of) its propensity to form waves from straight line motion*

*And vice-versa.*

C:

*The rate of (increase of) heat at any site:time in the mass:universe will be as directly proportional to the rate of (increase of) propensity of the same to expand*

*And vice-versa*

D:

By syllogistic reasoning:

From (A) and (C) above:

*The rate of (increase of) velocity:speed (v) of motion of matter:energy at any site:time in the mass:universe will be as inversely proportional to the rate of (increase of) propensity of the same (site:time in the mass:universe) to expand*

*And vice-versa.*

E:

*The rate of (increase of) flow or fluidity of any motion: energy at any site:time in the mass:universe will be as inversely proportional to the rate of (increase of) its propensity to form waves from straight-line motion*

*And vice-versa.*

27/10/1996

7.00 A M