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Offline socratus

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?Do you believe in Physics ?
« on: 20/11/2009 23:13:31 »
Do you  believe in Physics ?
You don’t have to be so sure. Why ?

How does Physics look now?
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The basis of the Physics consists of:
1.
Abstract ‘ inertial movement’.
2.
 Abstract ‘ideal gas and ideal particles.’
3.
Abstract ‘absolute black body.’
4.
Abstract ‘entropy’
5.
Abstract SRT negative  4 - D space,
abstract  5D, …….and 11 - dimensional spaces. .
6.
Abstract separated absolute space and time of Newton.
7.
Abstract ‘virtual particles’, ‘dark matter and dark energy’.
8.
 Abstract ‘big bang’.
9.
Abstract " method of renormalization ". . . . . . etc.
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And therefore we can read.
Conclusion from the book ‘ The Holographic Universe ’
by Michael Talbot.
‘ Science is not always as objective as we would like to believe.’
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Conclusion from some article:
‘ One of the best kept secrets of science is
that physicists have lost their grip on reality.’
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In my opinion to understand the paradoxes we must
 reconsider the old basis of the Physics.
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Best wishes.
Israel Sadovnik.  Socratus.


 

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?Do you believe in Physics ?
« Reply #1 on: 20/11/2009 23:27:18 »
Only when we remove the magic from it.
 

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?Do you believe in Physics ?
« Reply #2 on: 21/11/2009 03:07:24 »
Conclusion from some article:
‘ One of the best kept secrets of science is
that physicists have lost their grip on reality.’
This is only partially true because reality is gaining some respect among a few physicists these days.
 

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