Classical Physics


A Universe Tiled with Points

Authors: Akinbo Ojo

When absurdities are removed from Euclid's description of the properties of space, space acquires a physical reality rather than just being a mathematical abstraction. Supplemented with an equally self-evident postulate, that points have a lifetime and can emerge and disappear from nothing, the full power of a universe tiled with such points is presented. Our description is qualitative and not a fully mathematical one. Apart from confronting arguments and paradoxes against finite geometry, we are able to deduce speculative models for mass, charge, action at a distance, motion resulting from action and reaction, energy propagation and cosmogony utilizing the most elementary of constituents, space and time alone.

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[v1] 2012-11-27 12:21:37

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