Atom constitution; Balmer's formula
Atoms in matter
Atoms' density graph
Confinedactivity
Cyclic motion
Declivity / Acclivity
Density graph, introduction
Duality of light, mathematical reconciliation
Electric field is gradedactivity
Electromagnetic field or electromagnetic waves
Equalization phenomenon
Entropy
Force is restricted motion in gravimotion
Free fall that is gravimotion
Gradedactivity, and origin of subatomic particle
Gravimotion
Gravimotion problems
Gravitation is a fundamental subjacent motion
Higgs boson (subject §4.7)
Infinity and human thinking
Life (subject §5.9)
Light is the embodiment of motion
Light wave translation
Light waves activity
Magnetic field surrounding magnets
Magnetic field physical consistency
Magnets and electromagnets
Magnets mutual effect
Mass doesn't exist (subject §4.7)
Matter
Maxwellian motion
Michelson Morley experiments of the 1890s
Model 1: motion occurrence (subject §1.3)
Model 2: motion thrust
Model 3: motion inclination (subject §1.5)
Model 4: motionmagnitude
Model 5: motion quantum
Model 6: rest and its subjacent motions
Model 7: motion faster than light
Model 8: density graph
Model 9: confined activity ( temperature)
Model 10: waveactivity (sound waves)
Model 11: waveactivity (light wave)
Model 12: pureacivity (space)
Model 13: radialactivity (gravitation field)
Model 14: falling object (gravimotion)
Model 15: subatomic particle origin
Model 16: restricted motion (force; subject §4.6)
Model 17: Proton / electron constitution
Model 18: hydrogen atom
Model 19: neutron part of pureactivity
Model 20: proton / electron mass ratio
Model 21: electric field and particles
Model 22: balanced and unbalanced proton

Model 23: magnetic field
Model 24:a right hand rule
Model 25: magnetic field physical consistency
Model 26: magnets mutual effects
Model 27: clockwise / counter clockwise match
Model 28: clockwise / clockwise incompatibility
Model 29: counter clockwise / counter clockwise incompatibility
Model 30: magnetic poles
Model 31: electromagnetic field
Molecules
Motion inclination and thrust make one (subject §1.5)
Motion is equalization
Motion is, and motion is selfsufficient
Motion occurrence model (subject §1.3)
Motion overlap and interaction
Motion quantum
Motion storage (subject §1.12)
Motion transcends our concept of reality
Motion without matter (subject §1.2: light)
Motionmagnitude
Motionthrust
Neutrons constitution
Orientedactivity
Origin of subatomic particle
Particles
Photon
Position subject §1.3.3 and subject §1.9
Predictions
Present or present mo(ve)ment
Proton electron mass ratio (subject §4.9)
Protons / electrons electrical constitution
Pure activity
Quantum (motionquantum)
Quantum (quantum vacuum)
Quarks (not mentioned in gravimotion)
Radialactivity
Relativity
Extract from Gravimotion Introduction
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 . . . motionrelativity is observation of motion reality through light.
Rest and subjacent motions
Restricted motion versus force (subject §4.6)
Righthand rule
Science fiction
Speed faster than light
Strong force
Subatomic particles in matter
Subatomic particles origin
Subjacent motions (§1.9) (§3.1) (§4.8)
Temperature
Temperature / speed mathematical equivalence
Threats to gravimotion
Time dilation
Wave cycle
Waveactivity
Weak force (subject §5.8)
Weight (subject §4.6)
Whirling activity
Zero is a mathematical tool with no physical collateral
