Authors: J.A.J. Van Leunen
The objects that occur in nature can be categorized in several levels. In this collection every level except the first level is built from lower level objects. This collection represents a simple model of nature. The model exploits the possibilities that mathematical concepts provide. Also typical physical ingredients will be used. The paper splits the hierarchy of objects in a logic model and a geometric model. These two hierarchies partly overlap. The underlying Hilbert Book Model is a simple self-consistent model of physics that is strictly based on quantum logic. This paper refines quantum logic to Hilbert logic such that it more directly resembles its lattice isomorphic companion, which is a separable Hilbert space. The HBM extends these sub-models into a dynamic model that consists of a sequence of the sub-models. The paper is founded on three starting points: • A sub-model in the form of traditional quantum logic that represents a static status quo. • A correlation vehicle that establishes cohesion between subsequent members of a sequence of such sub-models. • The cosmological principle. Further it uses a small set of hypotheses. It turns out that the cosmological principle is already a corollary of the first two points. The paper explains or indicates the explanation of all features of fundamental physics that are encountered in the discussed hierarchy which ranges from propositions about physical objects until composites of elementary particles. Amongst them are the cosmological principle, the existence of quantum physics, the existence of a maximum speed of information transfer, the existence of physical fields, the origin of curvature, the origin of inertia, the dynamics of gravity, the existence of elementary particles, the existence of generations of elementary particles and the existence of the Pauli principle.
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