Frequency is number of oscillation = O = (2 x A) per second. We have already explained that there is no such thing as time there is also no such thing as a second. Frequency would therefore be the number of complete oscillations per Portion (P). (i.e. 1/60 of Needle P’s Complete Dial Revolution) (See Page 14 Fig. 7)

Energy - is dealt with later on in this Book See page 47.Looking above paragraph 2, it is stated that by using the Cesium Clock (Distance Piece) the time intervals can now be measured with an error of not more than one second in 3000 years. But as there is no such thing as time, according to the new concept the Cesium Distance Piece (Clock) would measure distance intervals with error less than one Portion (P) in 3000 Orbit (O).

Cycles: A cycle is also a distance i.e. a particle starting at one point oscillating and coming back to the same point.

Now that the subject has progressed considerably we would like to deal with these advancements in accuracy. On the Discovery channel it was mentioned that a laser beam is bounced off a reflector (Left behind by the astronauts) left on the Moon which was being used to measure the time interval of a day and that the world was slowing down and losing a second per 86400 seconds. The truth of the matter is however that it is traveling 1P = 1Chkm less per each revolution of 86400 Chkm i.e. distance traveled each length (L) [Day] is decreasing.

The basic unit of Time till 1967 was (1/60) (1/60) (1/24) = 1/86400Th of the average Solar day. In 1967 - the Atomic clock was introduced, which used characteristic Frequency of the Cesium - 133 atom as a reference clock. The second is now defined as 9,192,631,770 (Times the) period of one oscillation of the Cesium atom. (See Page 43 Remark A)

According to the dictionary, the definitions of the above words are as below:

a)   Characteristic  :           Distinguishing feature or quality

b)   Frequency      :           Number of time a wave repeats itself in a given time

c)      Period             :           Particular portion of time

d)   Oscillation       :           Swinging back and forth

We notice that neither does 1) characteristic i.e. distinguishing features or qualities nor 4) oscillations i.e. swinging back and forth (has anything to do with distance or Time). So we are only to consider 2) Frequency and 3) Period.

2.      Frequency: Here we could say how many occurrences a wave has in a given time. We however know that there is no such thing as time but a distance interval on the dial (DF). So we may say that how many occurrences of a wave as shown on a distance piece (DF) i.e. the distance moved by any of the needles B, R or P or a fraction of this distance interval moved by them.

3.      Period: is defined as a particular portion of time. Here again, as above, the truth is that it is a   particular portion of a distance as time is our own imaginary creation and does not exist.

In any case even if it were accepted that time be used as a substitute for distance, it must be remembered that time is a function of distance (See Page 68) as already explained on Page 8. If the Earth stops rotating, then there will be eternal Light on the side of the Earth facing towards the Sun and Darkness forever on the opposite side of the Earth; as a result there would be no 24 hr. 60 Mts. or 60 sec. i.e. Time ceases to Exist although the Distance of 40075 km would continue to exist for eternity.

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