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The following story of the Living Universe is a quantum mechanical tale of how a single antimatter atom God Seed germinated, sprouted, grew, and then went to seed with exactly 2^{257} protons and electrons. The dynamics and interactions of the Living Universe can be understood and illustrated by measuring quantum mechanical parameters and gravitational dynamics with accelerometer readings of force and motion to calculate the values of momentum, force, and energy for atoms and photons.

The use of accelerometers to measure the motion produced by inertial force, centrifugal force, centripetal force, and gravitational force is at the basic foundation of all experiment physics. The paradox is that these simple measurements are more or less completely misunderstood by both scientists and laypersons alike. It seems that almost no one is capable of fully understanding what these forces really are or the important role they play in our everyday realities. Everyone seems to get it all backwards.

^{2}/c

^{2}is a principle of measurement that can be classed as one of the laws of physics. (A moving body’s kinetic mass m’ is equal to its rest mass M divided by the square root of one minus the Lorentz velocity squared v

^{2}divided by the speed of light squared c

^{2}). It comes into play whenever a body of mass undergoes measurable acceleration or deceleration.

^{2}for a massless photon and the mass of kinetic energy. This is the proper equation for the energy of moving matter but the proper equation for the photon is the reciprocal equation of cC = √e/m. Where Einstein made his mistake was his symbol of c

^{2}. Where the photon is concerned, c

^{2}is not the squaring of a single velocity but the multiplying together of two separate velocities c and C that may or may not be equal to c

^{2 }. c is the relative velocity of photon measurement and C is the absolute velocity of photon spin. This experimental test will decisively measure the difference between Einstein’s idea of a massless photon of “pure energy” and the Newtonian principle of measurement of the momentum, force and energy of moving photon mass.

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_{E}a

_{o}α and

_{H}λ∞.