History and Philosophy of Physics


The COMALOGICAL Theory: The Philosophy of the Modified Relativity Theory

Authors: Azzam AlMosallami

The name, COMALOGY is derived from CO which means CONSCIOUSNESS and MA, which means MATTER. Therefore, COMALOGY is a theory that studies the relationship between consciousness and matter as a result of the unification between Quantum theory (Copenhagen school) and Einstein's relativity theory (General and Special) in concepts, principles, and laws. The Comalogical theory considers consciousness as primary and matter as secondary and that consciousness creates matter, not vice versa. Comalogy agrees with the concepts, principles and laws of Quantum theory (Copenhagen school), and changes its abstractions, to descriptive,imaginative, and cognizable data. Also, Comalogy refuses the concepts of determinism, causality, and continuity in the laws of nature, and affirms that the material world is controlled by the concepts of non-determinism, uncausality, and discontinuity. Also, our theory refuses the objective existence of phenomena, in that it considers the observer is directly involved in the formation of phenomena as in the Copenhagen school. The concepts, principles, and laws of Quantum theory is applied to the micro world of the atom, whereas the macro is controlled by the laws of classical physics. This creates a contradiction in nature. In our theory (Comalogy) we unify the concepts, principles and laws which control the macro world with those of the micro world.

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