18 – Relativity [E=mc2] and us …

The beauty and significance of Einstein’s e=mc2 have not been generally grasped by the non-mathematical mind, mainly because the explanation of the equation does not give us a frame of reference. Einstein discovered Nature’s innate search for equilibrium, and he quantified it with a body in mind; in his own words: “The mass of a body is a measure of its energy content.” But under our current understanding of the equation we do not know whose, or what kind of body he was talking about.

There is no refuting the facts that 1 – all things in Nature … molecules, cells, bone structure, trees, us, metals, gases, mountains, planets, suns, etc., etc. … whether we can see them or not, are bodies or systems made of congregations of atoms, and 2- that, to continuously exist as a cohesive unit, these bodies or systems must find a way to sustain a relatively constant equilibrium between their energy and mass contents. This is the meaning of the equal symbol in the equation.

Oftentimes consciously, but mostly instinctively, our bodies experience this constant search for equilibrium when, for instance, wethe commanding element, the operator of the system … feel the need/urge to re-plenish spent energy, and so we rest or ingest energy sources. We then transform that energy into motion, or into the generation of new cells, or into the power, and the decisions, that fuel our development.

Thus, the question begs to be asked: Where are WE, the commanding element, the operator of the body/system in e=mc2? Where is the operator that knows how to interchange fundamental forces while keeping them in equilibrium? Where is the commanding element that keeps each content a measure of the other? Wouldn’t it then be more realistic to express the equation as (System [e=mc2]), so what monitors the fundamental forces and knows how to keep them in balance is included?

To understand the essence of a natural system, whether it is an atom, a cell, a human being, a planetary system, a universe, we must include the commanding element that binds and directs them, whether instinctively or self-determinedly, into continuous yet supple stages of relative equilibrium.

But although having a frame of reference will help us get a better sense of the significance of the equation, the greatest obstacle to a worldwide acceptance is our unfounded fear to integrate into our minds the irrefutable fact that there is immense power within us to master the two fundamental complements, but with the irrevocable condition that we keep them in equilibrium.

It is therefore disturbing to realize that instead of giving us moral direction to find the knowledge of the power contained within us, current scientific ideology consents without an outcry to use knowledge of this power to do something as horrible as the sparing of the city of Hiroshima from conventional bombing so it could serve as a pristine target for a monstrous experiment, or to do something as vile as the slaughter of hundreds of thousands of innocent people for no other reason than to satisfy the utter arrogance and greed of a head of state, or to do something as harmful as the condoning of contraceptives by a religious leader knowing full well the destructive impact of over-population  that has thrown us out of equilibrium with our planet,

For hundreds of years science has been a fountain of sanity, but it has allowed its moral authority to be compromised by losing its soul to weaponry and bigotry, and thus it now stands silenced to decry torture and the imposition of ignorance and irrationality by world leaders lacking a vision for Humanity other than ‘progress’ through the destruction of the world that gives us life.

The power of Einstein’s visionary insight is apparent in the amazing capacity of our solar system to sustain a favorable equilibrium for eons of time so our planet can bring conscious self-awareness into life, or in the beautiful attempt of a baby to stand alone trying to find the internal equilibrium that empowers unimaginable possibilities. Yet knowledge about this is overruled by greed, irrationality, and intolerance.

Revised July 2017

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