Capacitance, inductance, reactance... are properties that describe behavior or electric charges and electronic components in electronic circuits. These properties are explained and bound by specific and proven mathematical formulas. These properties do not apply to any behavior involving mechanical movement or other macroscopic phenomena. Your theories, borrowed or not, would improve by using more generally descriptive and common terms rather than borrowing specific terminology from science/engineering, IMO.
As a retired Navy Electronics Technician, I am with you on your comments, those terms really have no applicable meaning whatsoever outside the realm of electronics - just totally outside the proper context - maybe some of his other stuff is also outside the realm of proper application -