(v^2) v ‘ ‘ ‘ |
−9v v ‘ v ‘ ‘ |
12(v ‘ ^3) |
(1−v^2/c^2)v ‘ (wv)^2 |

3 Constants | 2 Constants | 1 Constant | 1 Constant |

Square Power | Linear Power | Cubic Power | Square and Quartic Power |

3 Root Pairs | 2 Roots | 1 Root and 1 Root Pair | 1 Root Pair and 2 Root Pairs |

Energy and Force of Force | Momentum, Force and Velocity of Force | Cube of Force | Force Energy |

Potential Inertial Term | Kinetic Inertial Term | Strong Term | Relativistic Force Energy Coupling |

Gravity | Dark | Strong Weak | EM |

The fact there are 4 connected modes, as it were, imply there are 6 cross overs between modes of action, indicating that one term can be stimulated to convert into another term. The exact equilibrium points can be set as 6 differential equation forms, with some further analysis required of stable phase space bounds, and unstable phases at which to alter the balance to have a particular effect. Installing a constant (or function) of proportionality in each of the following balance equations would in effect allow some translation of one term ‘resonance’ into another.

v v ‘ ‘ ‘=−9 v ‘ v ‘ ‘ |
3 Const and 1 root point |

(v^2) v ‘ ‘ ‘=12(v ‘ ^3) |
3 Const and 6 root points |

v ‘ ‘ ‘=(1−v^2/c^2)v ‘ w^2 |
3 Const and 2 root points |

−9v v ‘ ‘=12(v ‘ ^2) |
2 Const and 2 root points |

−9 v ‘ ‘=(1−v^2/c^2)(w^2) v |
2 Const and 2 root points |

12(v ‘ ^2)=(1−v^2/c^2)(wv)^2 |
1 Const and 12 root points |

Another interesting point is 3 of the 6 are independent of w (omega mass oscillation frequency), and also by implication relativistic dependence on c.