# Energy

Wikipedia: In physics, energy is the quantitative property that must be transferred to an object in order to perform work on, or to heat, the object.

That’s kind of where the trail ends because there is no Wikipedia article for quantitative property. There are things like physical properties, and such, which are, I guess, are properties that can be represented by numbers.

OK, like numbers  of what? Hmm… No further clues.

Trying to research energy is an academic train wreck.

Nobody knows what it is, we just know that stuff does cool tricks, and it is apparently caused by ENERGY, whatever that is.

Einstein tried to rub the Energy booger on Matter, suggesting that Matter and Energy have an equivalence. You know, the E is equal to M C squared thing.

The problem is that C (the speed of light) is infinitely variable, which makes E (energy) arbitrary, or close to it.

If Einstein had postulated that Energy = Mass, he would have been much closer to being correct.

So much for Physics, and Energy, as we learned them in school. Both are unsupported legends that we slap numbers on to try to make sense of things.

In order to understand what we currently call ENERGY, we have to adopt a framework that allows it to be defined, or at least more accurately described.

Enter Binary Dimension Theory.

In Binary Dimension Theory, there is only Dimensioned, and Undimensioned. That’s everything, honest.

Energy is an artifact of the two, combined.

In the Dimensioned, there is only one quantity/quality, and that is Dimension itself.

So to be exact, DIMENSION = ENERGY.

If you want to feel froggy, you could imply that the amount of ENERGY in a fractal manifold is equal to the amount of dimension (kind of like MATTER) in the fractal manifold.

The problem is, fractal manifolds are immune to absolute measurement, and even if you could, there is no standing Mathematics that describes fractal manifold expansion or contraction, so whatever numbers you assign wouldn’t matter anyway.

OK, not-Einstein, that sounds like nonsense, you say.

There is good news.

Energy is definable in the terms described by Binary Dimension Theory.

The specific terms are Higgs Chains and Higgs Junctions, which are specific geometries of Dimension. Again, Higgs Chains and Higgs Junctions describe Dimension, and nothing else, because the Universe (and everything not Universe) is Binary, remember?

Best to leave it at that for now.

To recap the above paragraphs,

•  Energy is currently undefined
• Energy requires a new framework that allows description
• The framework is Binary Dimension Theory
• A workable definition of Energy is contained within Binary Dimension Theory
• The definition is in terms of Higgs Chains and Higgs Junctions
• If you want to know more, you have to swim in The Pool a bit longer.

Enjoy