Absolute velocity – see motion, absolute.
Accretion – the accumulation of particles into larger units.
Aether-same as Ether
Atom – (1) an element, a nucleus & electrons. (2) a (supposedly) very small piece of indivisible solid matter.
Atomist – of or pertaining to atoms (2)
Body – same as particle (1)
Combined motion – see motion
Compounded motion -see motion
Contrary motion – see motion
Curved Solid – Any non- polyhedrous three dimensional object.
Direct hits – two particles that hit each other with the motion of each particle directed toward the other.
Doublet – 2PP in contact at midpoints and traveling in unison motion.
Excess motion – any motion left in a particle after completing other motions, particularly that motion left after “removing” (from figuring) that motion it takes to keep up with another particle it is overtaking.
Extra(s) – individual primary particles that can end up across the middle of one or each face of a proto-nucleon.
Impact – the collision, by contact, of solid bodies (without forces), and the changes in motions caused by the same.
Impulse – the collision, by repulsive or attractive forces, of solid bodies, without contact. And/or the change in motion of one body by forces acting on it from another.
Molecule – two or more atoms (1) held in association by shared electrons
Momentum – the product of mass x velocity
Motion – the movement of a particle across space.
Absolute – the sum total of all the simultaneous motions of a particle.
Combined – the resultant motion (shown by a vector) of two or more simultaneous motions of a single body (represented by vectors), and drawn together into one new motion. Although I may have used this term the same as compounded (below) on places in the text and I need to correct that (5-11-19).
Compounded - The resultant consists over two or more overlapping motions.
Contrary – two or more simultaneous [linear?] motions of a body in directions 900 or greater from each other.
Dual – same as combined
Nucleon – a proton or neutron. See also proto-nucleon.
Nucleus – a very stable arrangement of nucleons “bound “to each other. This makes up the different elements and isotopes.
Newtonian Space – common space, unbounded (extending infinitely) in all directions (3-dimensional).
Newtonian Time – common time, “flowing’ at some universally constant rate.
N - nucleon primarily, nucleons, nucleus sometimes
Overtaking Hit – one particle colliding with another by overtaking the motion of the first.
Orbit, orbital motion – here used to describe a circular type motion, usually that in the 3P case, caused by a rod rotating on another rod and pushing a third or more rods into a curvilinear motion.
Particles – (1) pieces of matter. (2) in this hypothesis same as primary particles.
Primary Particles – in this hypothesis, atoms of the same size and shape which are the ultimate constituents of all matter.
P or PP – particle or primary particle (same thing).
PP Flow - The "ether", the discontinuous flow of PP that occurs universe wide in uniform evenly spaced way, as so supposed in this hypothesis.
2P – Doublet (see under doublet).
3P – Triplet (see same).
Polyhedrous (a), Polyhedron (n) – A three dimensional object with flat sides (faces).
Proto-nucleon – the arrangement here of 2 rows of 135 particles turned 900 to each other. Add the two “extras” and you have a complete nucleon.
Rod(s) – same as primary particle(s).
Rod or rod shaped – same as cylindrical.
Ra – remaining or resulting value of rod A at pt of contact to C after motion has been transferred A to C.
Rp – total remaining momentum of Rod A
Rev – Revolutions
Speed – see velocity
Torque - (dictionary definition) something that produces or tends to produce torsion or rotation.
Triplet – 3PP in contact traveling in unison motion (as in chapter 3).
Tp – total momentum of Rod A before transfer of motion to Rod C.
That pt – that point; refers to point of contact.
Velocity – the motion of a mass calculated as distance/time. Commonly called speed.
Va – Value anypoint
Vc – Value imparted to Rod C
Window – the allowed direction of transfer of motion between two curved solids in contact, and or the contact of the same.