'1' The Foundation and Mathematization of Physics by Orest Bedrij

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During the last seventy-fi ve years, remarkable advances in methods of observing and measuring the small-scale and the large-scale structure of the universe have added to our knowledge of what the foundations of the universe itself are like now, and what it was like in the past, going back to the 'big bang'. In a series of self-evident leaps of insight, Bedrij delves into a new direction of physics by explaining different phenomena using the same one law, '1'. He has integrated the cutting edge of the work of the most signifi cant and profound thinkers of modern science and mathematics with high precision measurements of physics, producing a simple physical description of the foundation and mathematization of physics. He characterizes the empty-space as the laws of physics unchanging frame of reference, '1', or pure awareness, that could not be distinguished with mathematics but can be with physics. In addition to the nature of scientifi c fundamentals and the nature of unity under a single framework, Bedrij provides intimate glimpses of Wheeler, Bohr, Cantor, Einstein, and other exemplars of the scientifi c spirit, who understood that "we are ourselves both actors and spectators". He characterizes the nature of time and the nature of space, and how the unifying process takes place. Bedrij shows where the missing element of physics and pure awareness (the integration of pure consciousness into physics) exist in the foundations of the universe. He demonstrates why in spin dynamics of quantum physics the use of our treasured but unmeasured mathematical 2_x0002_ constant is less close to the truth than one would have thought, and why it creates chaos in the unification of physics. He also demonstrates how the enormous progress that theoretical and experimental quantum physics has undergone during the last seventy-fi ve years can be tremendously accelerated by the application of the Logarithmic Slide-Rule of Physical Relationships (LSPR). Similar to the logarithmic slide rule that is used for the prediction of mathematical relationship of numbers, the LSPR is a rigorously exact instrument used for the prediction, verifi cation, and the unifi cation of physical relationship of quantities, the laws of physics, and the fundamental physical constants.

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Published December 17, 2008 by Xlibris Corporation. 124 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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