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Frameworks for the Revolutionary Rapid Development of
1) Versatile biomechanical high mobility body-limb for the unmanned vehicle to support disaster recovery and explore space and seafloor

2) Platforms of image guide treatment

3) Artificial life systems on the natural process constructing order out of chaos

 

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"Essay about the animal force and the principle of voluntary movement" - Abraham Louis Bréguet (1811)

2015

 

 

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This is a concept image of the theory of Abraham-Louis Breguet which include our new theorem of the voluntary movement. (it looks like a continuum mechanics which include a fluctuation as like the wobbling of the planet's orbit.)

 

(FR)
1. la terre et les corps terrestres

  •  les révolutions planétaires pourraient être l’unique source de tous les mouvements de la matière inanimée, et de ceux qu’exercent tous les corps terrestres. 
  •  tous les corps sur la terre sont constamment remplis de mouvement et de force, comme la fontaine que nous avons dit être toujours remplie d’eau: la fontaine est en équilibre avec la source, les corps le sont avec le mouvement de la terre.
  •  le mouvement planétaire peut s’accumuler par sa concentration dans les corps.

2. la volonté, et le mouvement

  •  la volonté, qui est une faculté de l'esprit, dispose du mouvement, qui est une faculté plutôt qu’une propriété de la matière.
  •  la volonté est l’anneau extrême de la chaîne intellectuelle du côté de la matière, que le mouvement est aussi l’anneau extrême de la chaîne matérielle, du côté de l’esprit , et que l’enchaînement de ces deux anneaux lie le moral au physique.
  •  le movement est un agent universel, aussi énergique et inépuisable, dont l’action constante donne la vie à la matière, et la maintient , pour ainsi dire, hors du néant, doit être immatériel, et paraît être l’âme de l’univers.
  •  le mouvement est un agent immatériel, qui est au monde matériel ce que la volonté est au monde intellectuel. Cette opinion est appuyée sur deux principes qui me semblent incontestables:

1° que la matière ne peut être animalisée, ni végétante, ou encore ne peut exister organiquement sans mouvement;


2° que la volonté est liée au mouvement spontané, puisque celui-ci en est l’effet immédiat.

  •  la volonté et le mouvement sont deux puissances d’une espèce, sinon identique, au moins la plus analogue dans la série des agents de la nature.

 

(EN)
1. Earth and terrestrial bodies

  • the planetary revolutions could be the unique source of all movements of inanimate matter, and those exercised all terrestrial bodies. 
  • all bodies on Earth are constantly filled with movement and force, as the fountain we said always filled with water : the fountain is in equilibrium with the source, the bodies are with the movement of the earth.
  • the planetary movement can accumulate by its concentration in the bodies. 


2. the will, and the movement

  •  the will is a faculty of the spirit, has access to the movement, which is a faculty rather than a proprietary of the material.
  •  the will is the extreme ring of the intellectual chain on the material side , the movement also is the extreme ring of the material chain on the spirit side, and the linking of these two rings binds the morale to the physics.
  •  the movement is a universal agent, as energetic and inexhaustible, whose constant action gives life to material, and maintains, as it were, out of nothing, must be immaterial, and appears to be the soul of the universe. 
  •  the movement is an immaterial agent, which is in the material world that the will is in the intellectual world. this opinion is relied on two principles that seem indisputable:

1° that the material can not be animalized or vegetating, or can not exist organically without movement;
2° that the will is linked to spontaneous movement, since it is the immediate effect.

  •  the will and the movement are two powers of a species, if not identical, at least more like the series of agents of the nature.

After the invention at the end of the year 2012, at the following month, when I was researching at the research library of the Bibliothèque nationale de France, I found a new theory of the voluntary movement in the essay "Essay about the animal force and the principle of voluntary movement" submitted by Abraham-Louis Breguet. I decided to promote a new research and development by combining his theory in my theorem. This is my philosophical approach.

 

“There are two forces in the universe, the movement and the will. the movement controls the matter and the will controls the movement, which is essential to the living matter. The living bodies are in equilibrium with the movement of the earth while the planetary movement is reflected within the living bodies. Such concepts as conception and free will are related to the planetary motion, and the voluntary movement of living bodies could be the product of these two elements.”

 

A-L Breguet paid attention to the movement of rotation that appears within nature and its phenomena - he invented a mechanism called "Tourbillon" which consists of a regulator producing constant speed while removing the effects of gravity. His descendant, Louis-Charles Breguet inherited A-L Breguet's insight into the planet environment and the voluntary movement of animal. He also invented the gyroplane to fly in the sky by the rotational movement as same principle and he found a formula for Aircraft range & endurance. in my work I focus on turbulence as well, a phenomenon that's also related to the rotation of the Earth and which I believe affects the universal biomechanics of the voluntary movement. Therefore I wish to explore this concept further.

 

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