I’m mostly concerned with the category of motion called transport – which is motion in everyday life, like walking, falling, playing, change of position, orientation of objects or water or the behaviour of people. Traffic is a derivative of people’s behaviour.
“All Motion is relative. It’s perceived in relation and opposition to the environment. Motion is important to the human condition. What can we know. Who are we. What should we do. What is death. Where does life lead. Motion is mysterious though found everywhere. No one has been able to shed light on the central mystery – what is motion?” – Motion Mountain vol 1