In any reference frame motion as between all and any particlae therein may - in the Logical:Ideal State - be the same, increasing or decreasing - with reference to a specific determinate absolute time:space point(s)

I shall consider these one by one A - Same Motion In any reference frame in the mass universe where the velocity:speed of motion remains the same there can not and will not be expansion of matter:energy

B - Increasing Motion The rate of (increase of) increase of motion in the relative reference frame will be as directly proportional to the rate of (increase of) propensity to extension of the relative matter:energy

And vice-versa C - Decreasing Motion The rate of (increase of) decrease of motion in the relative reference frame will be as directly proportional to the rate of (increase of) propensity to

And vice-versa Now The rate of (increase of) propensity to extension will be as inversely proportional to the rate of (increase of) propensity to

And vice-versa

Therefore

And as by syllogistic reasoning:

The rate of (increase of) decrease of motion in the relative reference frame will be as

And vice-versa

B - Increasing Motion The rate of (increase of) increase of motion in the relative reference frame will be as directly proportional to the rate of (increase of) propensity to extension of the relative matter:energy

And vice-versa C - Decreasing Motion The rate of (increase of) decrease of motion in the relative reference frame will be as directly proportional to the rate of (increase of) propensity to

*compression*of matter:energyAnd vice-versa Now The rate of (increase of) propensity to extension will be as inversely proportional to the rate of (increase of) propensity to

*compression*of the same (matter:energy)And vice-versa

Therefore

And as by syllogistic reasoning:

The rate of (increase of) decrease of motion in the relative reference frame will be as

*inversely*proportional to the rate of (increase of) propensity to extension of the same (matter:energy)And vice-versa