Quantum Physics


Nature Has no Faithful Mathematical Representation

Authors: Roger Schlafly

Much of modern theoretical physics assumes that the true nature of reality is mathematics. This is a great mistake. The assumption underlies most of the paradoxes of quantum mechanics, and has no empirical justification. Accepting that the assumption is wrong will allow physics and mathematics to progress as distinct disciplines.

Comments: 10 Pages. Submitted to 2012 FQXi Essay Contest

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[v1] 2012-06-16 19:18:45

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