### Internal & External Dynamics

To date we do not consider the dynamics of physical structure in terms of internal and external dynamics. We simply consider the dynamics of physical structure in terms of a three dimensional format.

In relation to the dynamics of our planet earth, it is quite amazing that we do not or have not considered the internal dynamics being inversely proportional to the external dynamics, in the context of a balanced field structure.

The consequence of this would seem to be obvious, in that we assume the internal dynamics to be an extension of the external dynamics. Therefore it is possible to consider gravity increasing to the center of the earth’s core simply because gravity increases toward or in the direction of the earth’s interior on the outside.

No one has ventured into or found a method by which to access the earth’s interior structure, as the inside is always on the inside and never exposed to the outside.

And regardless of how we poke and prod the earth it is impossible to access the internal portion of the earth’s structure, as any such attempt in the form of a hole merely extends the external dynamics inward without accessing the internal dynamics.

The underlying energy of the earth’s field does in fact accelerate to the center of the earth’s core, but the internal and external dynamic responses to the underlying energy potential remain inversely proportional. Otherwise the earth would tend to fold on itself, which it does not do.

In fact the earth appears to be expanding, which would be attributed to the continuous increase in the acceleration of the underlying force of energy affecting the structural dynamics of the earth.

And in as much as the universe, the non-simultaneous condition of universe remaining relative to the earth, is acceleratively expanding, it would seem reasonable to consider the expansion of the earth remaining proportional to the expansion of universe in relation to the relative space, time and motion involved.

Without considering the internal and external dynamics remaining inversely proportional we are looking at the world with one blind eye.

If the internal and external dynamics of the sun are inversely proportional this would give us a completely different view of the sun’s structural dynamics.

We would be forced to reconsider the idea of the sun being driven by a process of nuclear fusion, as this requires the interior of the sun to be extremely hot. On the basis of inverse dynamics, the core of the sun should be extremely cold.

The problem as I see it is that we do not appear to understand the basics of a relative condition, which may be why we are still searching for a simple unified field theory.

The earth itself exists as a unified field system, whereby the universe existing relative to the earth is a condition corresponding to the field of the earth. Therefore the universe existing relative to the earth is a relative condition of field remaining relative to the earth as the system of reference.

In a similar manner there is a condition of universe remaining relative to the sun, where there is a condition of field remaining relative to the sun as the system of reference.

If this is true for planets, stars and moons it must also be true for atoms, as there must be a condition of field remaining relative to each atom, in relation to an atom being a system of reference.

Therefore each atom has both internal and external dynamics which remain inversely proportional,

This gives us a completely revised view of atomic structure, as well as a revised view of bodies in space.

The control of gravity will only come after we view physical structure as being the result of inversely proportional internal and external dynamic responses, whereby physical structure is a dynamic response to an underlying force of energy.

The whole idea of gravity control is to affect the inversely proportional dynamics of a field system by modulating the underlying force of energy focused to the center of the systems field.

If you can modulate the underlying energy of a system you must also affect the dynamic responses associated with that system, which includes gravity.

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