Mathematical Physics


Nonstandard Ultra-logic-systems Applied to the GGU-model

Authors: Robert A. Herrmann

The methods of nonstandard analysis are applied to general language logic-systems. This allows the operators for the only known mathematical cosmogony, the General Grand Unification Model (GGUmodel), to more clearly exhibit their hyper-logical properties. All of the GGU-model entities and processes are predicted from certain observable entities, which are physical processes and mental procedures that we use to construct physical objects. It is shown that, for each of the four types of instruction paradigms, there exists an ultra-word-like object such that when an hyper-algorithm is applied to it an ultra-logic-system is *-deduced. Another application of an hyper-algorithm yields a hyperfinite instruction paradigm that is hyper-deduced in the in the required sequential order. It is shown that duplication of these processes yields a set of hyper-instruction paradigms that satisfies the Patten and Wheeler participator universe requirements. In this version, the participator process portion of the GGU-model is significantly altered from the original process presented and a correction is made to an equation and its applications. A specific data-set is generalized and the set of all ultra-propertons is obtained and its properties examined. This set is shown to be sufficient for universe construction. GGU-model schemes are presented in diagram form. A process is introduced that leads, when applied, to the individual developmental of each universe-wide frozen-frame. An operator is shown to exist, which, via a substratum medium and processes, changes hyper-instruction information into substratum info-fields. From these info-fields, all physical-systems are produced. In this version, the page 11 statement, in the original version of this paper relative to the reality of quantum theory entities, is removed since it is not a GGU-model requirement.

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[v1] 2013-08-23 07:54:00 (removed)
[v2] 2013-09-09 06:55:12 (removed)
[v3] 2013-12-10 06:36:13 (removed)
[v4] 2014-02-25 07:09:07 (removed)
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[v9] 2016-05-11 09:16:44 (removed)
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[vB] 2018-02-25 09:13:47

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