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Ontology of Phenomenological Velocity © Parker Emmerson 2009-2011

# Ontology of Phenomenological Velocity © Parker Emmerson 2009-2011

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The velocity is considered phenomenological because it comes from manipulation of algebra as a descriptive language for geometry. Logic and perception (visualization) are interpenetrating ideas. This leads to a phenomenon that could normally go unseen. However, there is a normative manner in which the phenomenon is present to the conscious perceiver. Through logical manipulation of algebraic forms, a phenomenon of visualization is brought about in a substitutive adumbrative pattern. Thus, the studies are phenomenological. In the next paragraphs, I will describe how this is a valid interpretation of physical univocity of light particles.

Every variable in the system can be placed in terms of the speed of light and one other variable. From this, when the speed of light is known, as in a vacuum state, we see that there is a statement that is true but cannot be proven using Euclidean geometry. That statement is the fact that initial radius is a function of the angle taken out of the initial circle alone when the speed of light is known. This is obviously not provable via Euclidean geometry, because one could draw a circle any size and take any wedge out of it by folding. Because one variable in the system is a function of one other variable alone, we find the statement that is true but cannot be proven, and we must rely on faith. This brings scientific inquiries and method to understanding of the spiritual journey. Univocity has several different interpretations. One interpretation is how the number one is expressed through pure geometry. Another meaning is how, when the height of the cone or any other variable in the system is fixed, every other variable in the system can be placed in terms of one other variable. In this interpretation of univocity, we see the relationship of each variable in terms of the speed of light and one other variable. For instance, it is shown that r = f(c, \[Theta]). It is also shown that r = f(c, \[Beta]). It is also shown that, \[Theta] = f(c, r).

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The velocity is considered phenomenological because it comes from manipulation of algebra as a descriptive language for geometry. Logic and perception (visualization) are interpenetrating ideas. This leads to a phenomenon that could normally go unseen. However, there is a normative manner in which the phenomenon is present to the conscious perceiver. Through logical manipulation of algebraic forms, a phenomenon of visualization is brought about in a substitutive adumbrative pattern. Thus, the studies are phenomenological. In the next paragraphs, I will describe how this is a valid interpretation of physical univocity of light particles.

Every variable in the system can be placed in terms of the speed of light and one other variable. From this, when the speed of light is known, as in a vacuum state, we see that there is a statement that is true but cannot be proven using Euclidean geometry. That statement is the fact that initial radius is a function of the angle taken out of the initial circle alone when the speed of light is known. This is obviously not provable via Euclidean geometry, because one could draw a circle any size and take any wedge out of it by folding. Because one variable in the system is a function of one other variable alone, we find the statement that is true but cannot be proven, and we must rely on faith. This brings scientific inquiries and method to understanding of the spiritual journey. Univocity has several different interpretations. One interpretation is how the number one is expressed through pure geometry. Another meaning is how, when the height of the cone or any other variable in the system is fixed, every other variable in the system can be placed in terms of one other variable. In this interpretation of univocity, we see the relationship of each variable in terms of the speed of light and one other variable. For instance, it is shown that r = f(c, \[Theta]). It is also shown that r = f(c, \[Beta]). It is also shown that, \[Theta] = f(c, r).

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Ontology of Phenomenological Velocity
Why is the velocity considered phenomenological?
The velocity is considered phenomenological because it comes from manipulation of algebra as a descriptive language forgeometry. Logic and perception (visualization) are interpenetrating ideas. This leads to a phenomenon that could normally gounseen. However, there is a normative manner in which the phenomenon is present to the conscious perceiver. Through logicalmanipulation of algebraic forms, a phenomenon of visualization is brought about in a substitutive adumbrative pattern. Thus, thestudies are phenomenological. In the next paragraphs, I will describe how this is a valid interpretation of physical univocity of light particles.From Section Theorem 3 Section 3 and section XIX, we can form the equation :
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Every variable in the system can be placed in terms of the speed of light and one other variable. From this, when the speed of light is known, as in a vacuum state, we see that there is a statement that is true but cannot be proven using Euclidean geometry.That statement is the fact that initial radius is a function of the angle taken out of the initial circle alone when the speed of light isknown. This is obviously not provable via Euclidean geometry, because one could draw a circle any size and take any wedge outof it by folding. Because one variable in the system is a function of one other variable alone, we find the statement that is true butcannot be proven, and we must rely on faith. This brings scientific inquiries and method to understanding of the spiritual journey.Univocity has several different interpretations. One interpretation is how the number one is expressed through pure geometry.Another meaning is how, when the height of the cone or any other variable in the system is fixed, every other variable in thesystem can be placed in terms of one other variable. In this interpretation of univocity, we see the relationship of each variable interms of the speed of light and one other variable. For instance, it is shown that r = f(c,
Θ
). It is also shown that r = f(c,
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Θ
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