A human being is part of a whole called by us “Universe.”

Physics is the science of matter and its motion—the science that deals with concepts such as force, energy, mass, and charge. Its goal is to understand the natural world. Physics often translate to the technological sector, and sometimes influence the other sciences, as well as mathematics and philosophy. Although physics encompasses a wide variety of phenomena, all competent physicists are familiar with the basic theories of classical mechanics, electromagnetism, relativity, thermodynamics, and quantum mechanics. Classical mechanics correctly describes the motion of objects in everyday experience, but it breaks down at the atomic scale, where it is superseded by quantum mechanics, and at speeds approaching the speed of light, where relativistic effects become important.


The term quantum refers to the smallest possible quantity of energy. 

Quantum mechanics seeks to understand the phenomenology of the atom and also the elemental particles that make up the atom. This field was born in the 20th century and scientists such as Max Planck

established many of the theories that we know today.

Quantum physics is an important and complex discipline. It seeks to define and understand that which you can’t see or measure. Quantum physicists try to comprehend the indeterminism that’s part of the particles that make up our reality.

Thanks to quantum physics, we now know that if you looked at an atom under a microscope, you’d see a small tornado. In this tornado, quarks and photons spin around and around. If you get even closer to the atom, you’d discover

something more amazing: a vacuum.

That’s because atoms have no physical structure. They’re made of invisible energy, not tangible material. The idea that we’re made of energy is one of the pillars of the connection between quantum physics and spirituality.




Quantum theory is inspiring entrepreneurs and economists to redefine and redesign economic models based on how humans interact with money and how money is exchanged. 

Economies and financial markets are much more like the world of quantum mechanics than the world of classical physics. In classical physics there is complete independence between the observer and the system under observation. Betting on financial markets is different from betting on the outcome of an independent event, such as the outcome of a horse race or a football match. The latter are akin to classical physics where there is independence between observer and observed.




Kinetic and potential energies are found in all objects.  If an object is moving, it is said to have kinetic energy (KE). Potential energy (PE) is energy that is "stored" because of the position and/or arrangement of the object. The classic example of potential energy is to pick up a brick. When it's on the ground, the brick had a certain amount of energy. When you pick it up, you apply force and lift the object. You did work. That work added energy to the brick. Once the brick is in a higher/new position, we would say that the increased energy was stored in the brick as PE. Now the brick can do something it couldn't do before; it can fall. And in falling, can exert forces and do work on other objects.


All moving objects have kinetic energy.

Money, and everything else, is energy. You can make the Law of Attraction work for you by using this knowledge to attract abundance, wealth, self confidence, success, money, and the law of attraction. Money is Energy. Law of Attraction, Quantum Physics. 

This video shares one of the greatest secrets of the universe, and the secret is, we literally create our reality! Quantum Physics now proves this.


Isaac Newton changed the way we understand the physical universe in the late 1600s with his three laws of motion.

Newton's first law of motion is often stated as: An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force. The groundbreaking laws explain the relationship between a given body and the forces acting on it, and changes in the body's motion in response to those forces.



Newton's first law of motion states that "An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force." Objects tend to "keep on doing what they're doing." In fact, it is the natural tendency of objects to resist changes in their state of motion. This tendency to resist changes in their state of motion is described as inertia.



Inertia is the tendency of an object to resist changes in its state of motion. But what is meant by the phrase state of motion? The state of motion of an object is defined by its velocity - the speed with a direction. An object at rest has zero velocity - and (in the absence of an unbalanced force) will remain with a zero velocity. Such an object will not change its state of motion (i.e., velocity) unless acted upon by an unbalanced force. 

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The force of gravity pulling downward and the force of the table pushing upwards on the book are of equal magnitude and opposite directions. These two forces balance each other. Yet there is no force present to balance the force of friction. As the book moves to the right, friction acts to the left to slow the book down. There is an unbalanced force; and as such, the book changes its state of motion. The book is not at equilibrium and subsequently accelerates.


Also called Newton's first law postulate in physics that; if a body is at rest or moving at a constant speed in a straight line it will remain at rest or keep moving in a straight line at constant speed unless it is acted upon by a force.




Elena Holodny Jan 3, 2018, 10:16 AM

Isaac Newton changed the way we understand the physical universe in the late 1600s with his three laws of motion. The groundbreaking laws explain the relationship between a given body and the forces acting on it, and changes in the body's motion in response to those forces.  But Newton's good old three laws are not enough for Warren Buffett.

Back in his 2005 annual letter to shareholders, Buffett suggested that perhaps, if Newton were a good investor, rather than someone who foolishly speculated in obvious market bubbles, he would have come up with a fourth law of motion to explain the pitfalls of active management. From Buffett's letter:

"Long ago, Sir Isaac Newton gave us three laws of motion, which were the work of genius. But Sir Isaac's talents didn't extend to investing: He lost a bundle in the South Sea Bubble, explaining later, 'I can calculate the movement of the stars, but not the madness of men.' If he had not been traumatized by this loss, Sir Isaac might well have gone on to discover the Fourth Law of Motion: For investors as a whole, returns decrease as motion increases."



One person sees a square, another sees a circle. They are both correct. What they see as individuals doesn’t create a full picture. The object is just one perspective. To see the truth of the object we must see perceive the dimensions. The same object can look completely different to each person looking at it.  One sees only the square, the other sees only the circle. They are both wrong, and they are both right (partially).



“If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is — infinite.” -William Blake

Quantum physics demonstrates that energy is beyond everything tangible and material.  Your mental impressions are what shape and form your reality. You are what you think, and what you think shapes your reality.


In Energy and the Wealth of Nations, concepts such as energy return on investment (EROI) provide powerful insights into the real balance sheets that drive our “petroleum economy.”


For the past 150 years, economics has been treated as a social science in which economies are modeled as a circular flow of income between producers and consumers.  In this “perpetual motion” of interactions between firms that produce and households that consume, little or no accounting is given of the flow of energy and materials from the environment and back again.  In the standard economic model, energy and matter are completely recycled in these transactions, and economic activity is seemingly exempt from the Second Law of Thermodynamics.  As we enter the second half of the age of oil, and as energy supplies and the environmental impacts of energy production and consumption become major issues on the world stage, this exemption appears illusory at best.



A Unifying Principle for Biology, Economics, and Sustainability

This authoritative but highly accessible book presents the reader with a powerful framework for understanding the critical role of the energy return on investment (EROI) in the survival and well-being of individuals, ecosystems, businesses, economies and nations. Growth and development are fundamental and ubiquitous processes at all scales, from individuals to food crops to national economies. While we are all familiar with the concepts of economic growth and living standards as measured by gross domestic product (GDP), we often take for granted the energy use that underpins GDP and our expectations for year-on-year growth. In this book, you will learn how these measures of “progress” are completely dependent on the balance that can be achieved between energy costs (inputs) and gains. Nothing is made or moved without an energy surplus, and it is the EROI of available energy sources more than any other single factor that determines the shape of civilization.