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Mechanisms are abstract concepts. There is no "size" involved. What is the size of tornadogenesis? What is the size of evolution by natural selection? What is the size of global warming?
My way is concrete and definite
My way is concrete and definite, though it predicts a new particle.
The mechanism enforcing the laws of Physics must be bigger than an electron since it doesn't recognise that a Cooper-pair of electrons is not a Boson. If it was smaller it would have recognised that the "Boson" is really made of two Ferimons. However: quarks are smaller than electrons in which case: how does this same mechanism recognise quarks to enforce their Laws?
A clock has a mechanism and has a size. This is a physical system and not a concept.
Those are abstract examples.
I am thinking of mechanisms as physical objects, made of the structure of spacetime and endowed with information. It can have size. The mechanisms must be able to read and write and make decisions (i.e. be programmed).
Where do your abstract mechanisms live?
You keep insisting that the mechanism is an abstract concept. In which case it lives in people's minds. In which case it cannot preform an action in a laboratory with no people in it and hardly with no people close enough to interact with the experiment.
So what experiment could be used to test this idea?
Not hardly. Day and night are abstract concepts
Any experiment shows the laws of physics are enforced.
A vague, abstract concept cannot enforce the laws of physics. You have to see that.
Day and night are concrete
Again, what experiment could verify this claim?
If that's the case, can you put them in a jar?
If you could make a hole in space, the laws of physics would be violated in the hole.
No, but their cause is physical: the sun.
the (Cooper Pair) "Boson" is really made of two Ferimons. However: quarks are smaller than electrons in which case: how does this same mechanism recognise quarks to enforce their Laws?
How are you defining a "hole in space"? Are you talking about a wormhole?
So what is the size of day and night?