History and Philosophy of Physics

1611 Submissions

[6] viXra:1611.0355 [pdf] submitted on 2016-11-26 03:03:28

Null and Zero: What Does Algebra Tell us About Physics, the Universe, and Everything?

Authors: Alexander Balatsky
Comments: 33 Pages.

The universe is considered to be a logical system amenable to description in terms of dimensionless physically meaningful quantities united by common algebraic relationships. This insight allows us to reveal that: (i) time and space are interrelated via a certain causal order; (ii) this order arises via self-organization of void underlying the quantum structure of time-space; (iii) the corresponding symmetry and conservation law are manifest in the principles of causality, least time and least action; (iv) the causal relationship between void, time and space is amenable to analytical description in terms of a basic scale invariance of the universe.
Category: History and Philosophy of Physics

[5] viXra:1611.0329 [pdf] submitted on 2016-11-24 06:40:34

Time Space and Identity

Authors: 姚嵩
Comments: 10 pages in Chinese.If you have any comments,please contact braveislife@sina.com

时间的度量必需现象有一个稳定的背景,能回到原来的方向。我们没有宇宙之外的钟表,没有绝对的时间标准,能够作为给出相等时间间隔的钟表的,并不是绝对的准确,而是与世界上绝大多数给出时间单位的周期现象,有着相对非常稳固的比值关系。时间只是在一个点上涌现,变化向前,只有周而复始的现象给出了相等的时间单位。当我们说,一切事物都在变化时,能使我们认识到变化前后还是同一个事物的,正是不变的东西。
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[4] viXra:1611.0274 [pdf] submitted on 2016-11-19 01:18:23

Form and Informality

Authors: Andrej Poleev
Comments: 63 Pages. Language: German

No abstract
Category: History and Philosophy of Physics

[3] viXra:1611.0103 [pdf] submitted on 2016-11-08 09:31:03

The Ancient and Modern Knowledge

Authors: Dragan Turanyanin
Comments: 7 Pages. in Serbian, Latin. Published under the title “Drevno i moderno znanje” (vol. 24, p.48, 1990) in the contemporary ex-Yugoslav journal “Cultures of the East” (Kulture Istoka, http://srednjiput.rs/knjige/#kulture).

This article rather bravely argues about a very strong parallel, if not even identity, between the so called three gunas i.e. rajas, tamas and sattwa (as accepted and explained through the teachings of almost all the ancient spiritual systems of India, both orthodox and unorthodox) and the three well known modern physical so called universal constants h, G and c, respectively. The idea, however, goes in contrast to the Bohm-Capra’s views of the parallelism. Also, a universal three-partition view of Nature is noticed and accepted. Few purely gnoseo-epistemological questions are raised on the same basis as well. The connection and parallel of gunas, i.e. the constants, with the ancient idea of both matter and space-time discontinuity on some very deep level is mentioned, too. The author is convinced that the main thesis of the existence of the huge, universal cultural cycles (or better say spiral) has been supported this way.
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[2] viXra:1611.0090 [pdf] submitted on 2016-11-07 11:12:48

A New Nature for Light

Authors: Djamel ABDELMOULA
Comments: 7 Pages.

This work is a part of unpublished ideas about the fundamental physics and there evolution over time. In this paper, I started by speaking about light and its nature as the cornerstone of physics. Then we describe the evolution of ideas about light and interpretations of its nature in terms of waves and particles; A duality which lead us to suggest a new nature of light at a halfway between these two interpretations. We reinvented the photon that we renamed 3photillon". However, it remains to test this new approach in the interpretation of light-related phenomena. An attempt to interpret Young's interference fringes is made on the basis of this new conception of light and a new interpretation of the Planck constant has emerged naturally from this new nature.
Category: History and Philosophy of Physics

[1] viXra:1611.0087 [pdf] submitted on 2016-11-07 08:39:53

Ramon Llull’s Art and Structure of Nature

Authors: Frank Dodd Tony Smith Jr
Comments: 14 Pages.

Around 700 years ago Ramon Llull emerged from a cave in Mount Randa, Majorca, after receiving divine illumination inspiring him to produce a geometric art describing a universal science. The geometry of his art is an elaboration of IFA divination and the I Ching from the ancient past. Now it is clear that nature is described by General Relativity and the Standard Model, which are unified by E8 geometry in the art of Real Clifford Algebras not only with structure inherited from IFA and the I Ching but also with Llullian art geometry. Ramon Llull used his geometric art to show the unity of the religions he knew, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, but he also knew that his art contained further possibilites, such as a unified model of the structure of nature, even though it would take 700 years for experimental and theoretical physics to advance enough to show clearly their relationship to Ramon Llull’s geometric art.
Category: History and Philosophy of Physics