REFERENCE FRAMES ACCORDING TO PHILOCHRONY Reference frames or frames of reference "Coordinate system that allows description of time and position of points relative to a body. The axes, or lines, emanate from a position called the origin. As a point moves, its velocity can be described in terms of changes in displacement and direction. Reference frames are chosen arbitrarily. For example, if a person is sitting in a moving train, the description of the person's motion depends on the chosen frame of reference. If the frame of reference is the train, the person is considered to be not moving relative to the train; if the frame of reference is the Earth, the person is moving relative to the Earth". From: www.encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/Reference frame (physics) In Philochrony a frame of reference is the relationship established between two or more variables expressed in an equation. The result of the equation is only possible because of the established relationship between specific magnitudes. Philochrony doesn't consider the coordinate axes. For example: BRANCH ................. FORMULA (LAW) Dynamics ................. F = m . a A force acts if only causes an acceleration in the body or mass or the movement stops. Kinematics ............. v = d / t Space and time are related or are dependent each other if only there is a displacement. Relativity ................. Δt ≈ d / c Time dilates only in high speed. Statics ................. ΣFx = 0 The result is zero if only forces are balanced. Philochrony ............. tu = (g∆b, x) n. (n times). For an irregular rhythm becoming (not periodic) is used: t = ∆b, x. The time units are only useful if they are based on a regular and uniform becoming (in case of constant rhythm). But in general, to allow time (interval) it must there be becoming either the micro level (particles) or macro (stars). The laws of Physics are true only under certain conditions or frames of reference.