It has taken well over 10-years to address this "unknown energy" as the luminescent aether or light as a device to which the aether permeates the universe as a microcosm relative to the cosmos as a macrocosm. Not only have 72 names been given to the aether, but that each culture that has been mystified by its nature have considered this in the form of a question: What is the answer to life, the universe and everything? Could this be the solution to a theory of everything? How does this impact on the law of attraction?
Since acceleration is the rate of change of velocity with time in one dimension, perhaps acceleration is the rate at which something speeds up or slows down as the law of attraction. Although, velocity is a vector, acceleration would describe the rate of change of both the magnitude and the direction. Thus acceleration has the dimensions L T −2 and is measured in meters per second squared (m/s2).
While proper acceleration, occurs as a body in free-fall; I believe that the MerKaBa is a condition of spirit, which can be induced through meditation, but it can not be measured by an instrument such as an accelerometer. Nevertheless, the invention now becomes an apparatus to measure the "law of attraction" which is depicted in the following diagram:
In common speech, the term acceleration is used for an increase in speed (the magnitude of velocity); a decrease in speed is called deceleration. In physics, a change in the direction of velocity also is an acceleration: for rotary motion, the change in direction of velocity results in centripetal (toward the center) acceleration; whereas the rate of change of speed is a tangential acceleration. In classical mechanics, for a body with constant mass, the acceleration of the body is proportional to the net force acting on it (Newton's second law). Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity. At any point on a trajectory, the magnitude of the acceleration is given by the rate of change of velocity in both magnitude and direction at that point. The true acceleration at time t is found in the limit as time interval Δt → 0. Average acceleration is the change in velocity (Δv) divided by the change in time (Δt). Instantaneous acceleration is the acceleration at a specific point in time which is for a very short interval of time as Δt approaches zero.
The Aether Relative to Uniform or Constant Acceleration As the Law of Attraction
Whereas, uniform or constant acceleration is a type of motion in which the velocity of an object changes by an equal amount in every equal time period. A frequently cited example of uniform acceleration is that of an object in free fall in a uniform gravitational field. The acceleration of a falling body in the absence of resistances to motion is dependent only on the gravitational field strength g (also called acceleration due to gravity).
An example of a body experiencing acceleration of a uniform magnitude but changing direction is uniform circular motion. In this case, because the direction of the object's motion is constantly changing, being tangential to the circle, the object's velocity also changes, but its speed does not. This acceleration is directed toward the centre of the circle.
"The force one feels from gravity and the force one feels from acceleration are the same. They are equivalent. Einstein called this the principle of equivalence. Since gravity and acceleration are equivalent, if you feel gravity's influence, you must be accelerating. Einstein argued that only those observers who feel no force at all - including the force of gravity - are justified in declaring that they are not accelerating.