History and Philosophy of Physics


Mark Sverdlov - To know the World ... Is It Possible?

Authors: Mark Sverdlov

The world represents the unified system of many soliton formations of different kinds. These formations distort the vibrational signals as they pass through their borders. The size of these solitons oscillates from microsolitons to galaxies, universes and so forth. The human being lives inside one of these solitons. Since the signals passing through the borders of solitons are distored, the human being has a possiblity of obtaining relatively adequate information only in the area where he resides, instead of the whole world. The possible degree of obtaining a knowledge about the world by a person in this situation is the problem discussed in this paper. It is concluded that the human can possess only limitted ability of modeling, as well as a necessity of creating a fundamentally new physics.

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