Quantum Physics


A World in 'Presence'

Authors: Philip Maulion

My assumption is that the 'Presence' of the 'Sujet pensant' is inevitable, so he is not naked in its own contribution when he highlights the laws of Nature. We must take account of the proper time of the subject (TpS). Then, my assumption is that by revisiting a number of concepts or even intangible results of fundamental physics, it is possible to highlight the occurences that are in agreement vith the hypothesis of TpS. I propose two experiments which could today be implemented in order to confirm or deny this hypothesis.

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