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The Theory of Harmonicity of the Field of Light (Book in English)

Authors: Dionysios G. Raftopoulos

The Theory of the Harmonicity of the Field of Light is an axiomatic theory motivated by the logical contradictions of Special Relativity Theory and based on two fundamental acceptances: 1. The adoption of the natural philosophy of Werner Heisenberg and the school of Copenhagen, according to which a consistent natural description of the Cosmos shouldn’t ignore the existence of the Observer or at least the instrument of observation and measurement and 2. The choice of the Projective Space as the Geometrical Space of its natural description. This choice is validated following the fundamental separation of the Perceptible Space, which is objective, and the Geometrical Space, that exists only in our minds. As all logically consistent Geometries are accepted in Mathematical Science, the adoption of a Geometrical Space by a Theory of Physics is free. Further on, this theory adopts as its first fundamental hypothesis the second hypothesis of the Special Relativity Theory, properly modified. Then, during the study of the kinematics of the material point, the property of harmonicity of the field of light emerges practically automatically. Via this theory Human Reason is restored.

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