Quantised Angular Momentum
In physics, angular momentum, moment of momentum, or rotational momentum is a conserved vector quantity that can be used to describe the overall state of a physical system
When applied to specific mass-Energy-Matter systems QAM reveals the true quantum geometry and nature of Energy in our universe.
Normally viewed as an expression of rotational momentum Quantised Angular Momentum [qAm] is in fact a result of the nett equilateral geometric quantization of mass-Energy.
Conservation of Angular Momentum
Angular momentum is sometimes described as the rotational analog of linear momentum. In Tetryonics it is best described as the Energy area bounded by velocity squared geometry [or as the square of linear momentum].
Quantised Angular Momentum is conserved in a system where there is no net external Forces and its conservation helps explain many diverse physical phenomena
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Posted on Thu, December 27, 2012