The next question we are faced with in physics is: now that we have Space and Time defined, what are Mass and Light? In classical physics Mass and Light are the inverse of one another with Mass defined as
Mass = ( ( e * e”’) / ( p’ * p” ) )
and Light defined as
Light = ( ( p * p”’ ) / ( e’ * e” ) ).
However, I am taking the four dimensional Space and Time approach. According to my earlier post my hypothesis of four dimensional Space is defined as:
Space = ( ( p * p”’ ) / ( p’ * p” ) )
and four dimensional Time is defined as
Time = ( ( e * e”’ ) / ( e’ * e” ) )
where p are point sets and e are event sets. In the context of business Mass is Product and Light is Conduct (Service). Consequently, Productivity is defined as
( T / S’ )
and Conductivity as
( S / T’ ) .
Where S and T are Space sets and Time sets respectively.
Productivity increase is defined as
( T / ( S’ * S”) )
and Conductivity increase is defined as
( S / ( T’ * T” ) ) .
FInally, we get Product (Mass) defined as
( ( T * T”’ ) / ( S’ * S” ) )
and Conduct (Light) defined as
( ( S * S’ ) / ( T’ * T” ) ) .
Thus, we have the second order of business.
Business Physics I: Space and Time
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