The dictionary definition of a static is:
1. exerting force by reason of weight alone without motion. 2. of or relating to bodies at rest or forces in equilibrium. 3 : showing little change a static population. 3. statics, in physics, the subdivision of mechanics that is concerned with the forces that act on bodies at rest under equilibrium conditions.
In the Encyclopaedia Britannica: statics, in physics, the subdivision of mechanics that is concerned with the forces that act on bodies at rest under equilibrium (Definition of equilibrium 2: a state of balance between opposing forces or actions that is either static (as in a body acted on by forces whose resultant is zero) or dynamic (as in a reversible chemical reaction when the rates of reaction in both directions are equal) conditions. Its foundations were laid more than 2,200 years ago by the ancient Greek mathematician Archimedes and others while studying the force-amplifying properties of simple machines such as the lever and the axle. The methods and results of the science of statics have proved especially useful in designing buildings, bridges, and dams, as well as cranes and other similar mechanical devices. To be able to calculate the dimensions of such structures and machines, architects and engineers must first determine the forces that act on their interconnected parts. Statics provides the analytical and graphical procedures needed to identify and describe these unknown forces.
The Encyclopaedia Britannica goes on, Statics assumes that the bodies with which it deals are perfectly rigid. It also holds that the sum of all the forces acting on a body at rest has to be zero (i.e., the forces involved balance one another) and that there must be no tendency for the forces to turn the body about any axis. These three conditions are independent of one another, and their expression in mathematical form comprises the equations of equilibrium. There are three equations, and so only three unknown forces can be calculated. If more than three unknown forces exist, it means that there are more components in the structure or machine than are required to support the applied loads or that there are more restraints than are needed to keep the body from moving. Such unnecessary components or restraints are termed redundant (e.g., a table with four legs has one redundant leg) and the system of forces is said to be statically indeterminate. The number of equations available in statics is limited because of a neglect of the deformations of loaded bodies, a direct consequence of the underlying premise that any solid body under consideration is ideally rigid and immutable as to shape and size under all conditions.
In fact inspection of the physical universe shows that all physical objects from atoms and molecules to planets and stars are in or contain motion or change in one form or another. None are actually a true static. A true static has no mass and no movement internal or external. In relationship to another object there may be an equilibrium but in relation to the physical universe, unless they have an equilibrium to everything else in the entire universe they are not a true static Example. A table may be considered static in relation to a chair but both are moving in space (by virtual of the earth spinning on its axis at around 1000 miles oper hour, moving around the sun at 67,000 miles per hour, The sun moving in the spiral galaxy we call the Milky Way at 200 miles per second and the Galaxy spinning at 130 miles per second whilst moving in a particular direction towards the Andromeda Galaxy at around 300,000 miles per hour). In addition, the component parts of all, including the table and chair, have moving parts on molecular and nuclear levels and so are not static in that sense either.
So none are a true static. All are, in fact, non-true static with and in relationship to all else. The physical universe is a kinetic universe. It consists of simple and grouped objects and energies moving in space. They are or can be considered to be an apparent static as any object, for the purposes of the game being played, can be considered at rest in relation to another or other objects. Hence equilibrium. But that does not make for a true static. Equilibrium is where there is a balance and two or more objects are at rest in relationship to each other. But there is still movement so even that is not a True static. It is an apparency.
The physical universe is kinetic and continues to consist of energy and mass in motion or a state of perpetual change. Even space has been found to be changing in that it is apparently continuing to expand. The physical universe consists of Matter, Energy, Space and Time (Acronym MEST). All laws pertaining to the physical universe pertain to the physical universe, They may include an apparent static or the apparency of equilibrium for the purposes of satisfaction but they do not include a true static. The static that is described above is actually that of equilibrium and is valid to that point. That the forces are in balance to each other. But even if that is so there is still movement, even if all forces agree on the movement. i.e. a body moving at 50 miles per hour in conjunction or agreement with other forces moving at the same speed, (different carriages in a train for example) may be at rest or equilibrium to each other but there is still kinetic energy and the composite of objects, equal to each other, are still moving at 50 miles per hour and so not static.
So a true static would be outside of the MEST universe and detectible by inference only much as dark matter and black holes are detected. i.e. the effects on the MEST universes created by a static. It is possible for a true static to cause an effect in or on the MEST universe or part thereof. But this can only be established by example and observed by the static in question or another statics perhaps.
So what IS a static?
It is not physical, It has no length breath, width, no mass (unless it decides to accumulate or create mass and even then it an acquisition rather like baggage) no energy or time or space. It can create all those things, energy, matter, space and time. It can pervade space and even that which is contained within space.
"AXIOM 1. LIFE IS BASICALLY A STATIC.
Definition: a Life Static has no mass, no motion, no wavelength, no location in space or in time. It has the ability to postulate and to perceive.
AXIOM 2. THE STATIC IS CAPABLE OF CONSIDERATIONS, POSTULATES, AND OPINIONS.
AXIOM 3. SPACE, ENERGY, OBJECTS, FORM AND TIME ARE THE RESULT OF CONSIDERATIONS MADE AND/OR AGREED UPON OR NOT BY THE STATIC, AND ARE PERCEIVED SOLELY BECAUSE THE STATIC CONSIDERS THAT IT CAN PERCEIVE THEM.
AXIOM 4. SPACE IS A VIEWPOINT OF DIMENSION."
The Phoenix Lectures
The static is the individual minus the baggage he has accumulated. He is naturally outside of the MEST universe but can consider he is in it or placed within by his consideration. The physical universe cannot see the static any more than a bowl of water see you blowing on it. One sees the effects of Static's activity upon the physical universe by inference and or resultant activity the cause of which is not observable.
And when one considers that the highest purpose in this universe is the creation of an effect, then it is easy to see that all the energy and mass we see in the physical universe is as a result of the effects created by a static.
This opens the door to many of the mysteries of the universe. For example, it is the missing factor that has resulted in the inability to reconcile Quantum Physics and Relativity. An analogy is the hidden data that causes problems such as a unknown held down seven on a calculator resulting in consistent wrong results or answers for every calculation.
In short, in all calculations what is missing is the fact of an outside influence on the MEST universe that has been responsible for the MEST universe and the agreed laws that govern it.
That something, for the want of a better term, is called a Static as it lies outside the universal laws of the physical (MEST) universe which is, essentially, a kinetic universe.
This Static could be called Life.
Adding the Static with the ability to postulate (or bring into being) and to perceive that which is postulated into the equation will answer many of the unsolved mysteries of the MEST universe, such as why space is expanding? Was there really a Big Bang? Is the velocity of photons really the fastest anyone can go in this universe? And how old is this universe anyway? This opens the door to many answers to such questions and the development of further science.
When you consider that the galaxy we are in contains anywhere from 100 to 400 BILLION stars, statistically most with planets, and there are BILLIONS of galaxies, it is possible to conceive that others, to use a well-known phase, in a galaxy far far away have resolved these questions and come up with the answers.
The universe is a hugh playground where it takes light, travelling at 186,000 miles each second or just over 11 million miles per hour, billions of years to cross from one end of the universe to the other, yet a Static, being outside of this universe could BE anywhere by choice in or pervading any part of the universe instantly as is outside of time (time simply being the record of change of the universe).
Perhaps, with this knowledge we can ask the questions, why is space expanding and what is it expanding into?
Book: The Phoenix Lectures by L. Ron Hubbard
Black Holes by Michael Moore
Behind Dark Matter by Michael Moore
Theoretical Physics and the AXIO