Fundamental Properties
and Actions in 3-Space

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here are only a few properties common to all observables.

Identity - associated with independent entities
Form - associated with the attributes of identities, i.e. the density and shapes of fields.
Position - of identities relative to others (composed of a distance and a direction).

Position may change relative to other things in only three fundamental ways. An object may:

  • Move toward / away from another thing
  • Move laterally relative to another object
  • Disappear / reappear elsewhere
Of its own an object might :
  • Expand / contract
  • Rotate on an axis.

There are no other conceivable, fundamental possibilities in three space.

Therefore, all 'quantitive observables' (things or processes which can be detected by instrumentation) must be composed of these. Further, no other supposed 'properties' are existentially valid and as such they can be only disconnected words made up to fill a vacuum in understanding.
Note: Qualitive observables such as "red", "sweet", "left", "anxiety", etc. are not directly detectable by mechanical devices.

Examples:
Lateral movement is associated with gravity and the magnetic field.
Vertical movements and more or less dense fields are associated with the nuclear and/or electric fields.
Rotations or handed 'twists' in fields are associated with intrinsic angular momentum, parity, and the magnetic field.
Expansion / contraction is associated with electric fields.
Disappearance / reappearance is associated with the weak interaction and uncertainty principle.




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