Authors: Paul J. Werbos
Modern physics has become so vast and so complicated that a deep connection between empirical technologically-oriented physics and the realm of basic theory becomes more and more a rare exercise in crossdisciplinary cooperation. This paper will give an overview of many important developments both on the empirical side and the theoretical side, well known to both but not to each other, and give the specifics of a way to connect them more effectively. After the initial review, it provides a three-step program for reorganizing and simplifying our fundamental assumptions about the laws of physics, starting by linking recent progress in areas like backwards time physics, coherence phenomena in quantum optics and cavity QED to the retrieval of an updated form of Einstein’s vision of a universe of mathematically elegant and rigorous continuous fields, addressing empirical and theoretical questions which are still open in the study of nuclear interactions and in the mathematical study of solitons, including the Higgs boson.
Comments: 19 Pages. more details on how to do steps one and three
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