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Offline socratus

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How does the palace of our physics look like?
« on: 14/05/2006 17:38:58 »
Its base consists of:
1.
Abstract separate absolute space of Newton
and abstract separate absolute time of Newton.
2.
 Abstract ideal gas.
3.
Abstract absolutely black body.
4.
Abstract negativ 4 -  dimensional space of SRT.
There are:
1. Abstract ideal particles,
2. Abstract virtual particles.
Which:
1. Have abstract inertial movement,
2. Can make abstract virtual transitions.
They create:
1. Abstract  11 - dimensional space.
2. Abstract 27 - dimensional space.
3. etc.
*        *        *
We live in 3 -  dimensional space.
We are real and logically thinking people
have created these abstractions.
So, how to understand the abstract palace of our physics?


 

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Re: How does the palace of our physics look like?
« Reply #1 on: 16/05/2006 07:41:03 »
Isn't this where you throw a philisophical edge on it and say it doesn't matter because it doesn't exist anyway? That way you wont have any want or need to understand something you limit yourself against understanding. Or at least, most of us humans limit ourselves against.
If any of Newton's "laws" can and have been proven false, than that removes that base, and brings the whole palace crashing down, does it not?
« Last Edit: 16/05/2006 07:42:04 by Dante »
 

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Re: How does the palace of our physics look like?
« Reply #2 on: 16/05/2006 09:41:58 »
?????
Newtons laws have been shown to be an approximation, that is what relativity, and Quantum Mechanics are all about. THe whole point of science is that it adapts to new evidence...!!!
 

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