Principle forces outside a continuum

Sir Isaac Newton’s works on motion are brilliant. Newton only needs three sentences to describe the motion of matter at any (atomic) level. Only few people realize that the laws of motion rule both matter outside and inside a continuum.
The first law on motion describes the behavior, or motion of, for instance a continuum in a void, also called ether, that is only influenced by electromagnetic radiation. A void is defined here as ‘a place without physical properties and no geometry’. There is no sufficient reason to assume that a void has boundaries.

There is sufficient reason to assume that electromagnetic radiation can be in motion in a void and that it can travel in multiple directions. This could lead to the conclusion that electromagnetic radiation forms its own tissue, a tissue that is a guidance for its own motion. In his works on vortex motion, Professor Herman von Helmholtz concluded that fluids have the tendency to maintain a helical flow pattern once this is promoted. Our heart is for instance an organ that promotes a helical flow pattern of the blood, our heart is not a pump.

Absolute zero is the lowest limit of the thermodynamic temperature scale, a state at which the enthalpy and entropy of a cooled ideal gas reach their minimum value, taken as zero kelvins. The fundamental particles of nature have minimum vibrational motion, retaining only quantum mechanical, zero-point energy-induced particle motion.

In 1848, Lord Kelvin (William Thomson), wrote in his paper, “On an Absolute Thermometric Scale”, of the need for a scale whereby “infinite cold” (absolute zero) was the scale’s null point, and which used the degree Celsius for its unit increment. – (Wikipedia)

The conclusion is that matter and heat are closely related to each other.

The first law on motion proves that perpetual motion is possible. The second and third law can only be applied inside the continuum and prove that perpetual motion inside a continuum is not possible.

MMOD stands for micrometeoroid and orbital debris. It is the result of human activity in space. Where oceans are (among others) polluted with plastic trash space is polluted with space trash. Space debris is in perpetual motion and can reach speeds of 25.000 km (15.500 miles) per hour. A blister of paint in space can destroy equipment of satellites. Experts estimate that 100 million pieces of trash smaller than 1 cm are in orbit around the earth.