One such approach proposed is the formulation of the dynamic equation of motion inaccordance with the postulates of The Special Theory of Relativity through the adoptionof the concepts of four-vectors and relativistic invariance in a four-dimensional space-time coordinate system.The foregoing theories and principles are then to be consistently broadened toestablish hypothetical theories that can support the future development of the proposedGlobal Energy Conservation Systems (GECS).The fundamental idea behind this theory is to scientifically develop energyconservation systems that can harness potentially destructive and disastrous energiesthat emanate from as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis etc and transform theminto constructive and useful energy sources. One of the proposed theories is the EDF
.Under this theory, relative motion, ballistics-collisions, dynamic stresses, tensors,viscous and damping effects, particle movement and orientation, stress-strain energy,variation in voids ratios, and hydrostatic/hydrodynamic stresses/forces are analyzed inrelation to an advanced multi-phase geosciences phenomenon.Applying SSACs advanced theoretical analysis of canvassing systematic, organized,entropic and complex interference, time-space dynamics, localized inter-particlegravitational forces, constitutive solutions and redundancy theories defined in terms of energy dissipation, conserved potential and kinetic energy, advanced laws of motion,the Theory of Relativity and the Big Bang Theory are to be developed as a primaryattempt to the realization of the GECS.
2. BRIEF INTRODUCTION OF SOME FUNDAMENTAL THEORIES AND CONCEPTS
As mentioned in the introduction, the new theories introduced are based onSystematic Scientific Approach Concepts (SSAC). The SSACs are merely controlconcepts that ensure that the theories are systematic and not entropic in terms of logicalapproach, definitive terms and development of events with a given space-time frame of reference.
2.1 Theory of Suspended Particles (TSP)
Fundamentally, the TSP assumes that a particle is initially suspended in vacuum as aresult of the equilibrium between a gravitational force () initiated field and a fieldresulting from the force of gravity as schematically depicted Fig. 2.1Fig. 2.1 Schematic depiction of the Theory of Suspended Particles