Relativity and Cosmology


Rethinking the Universe

Authors: Richard J Benish

Human ideas of how life and consciousness relate to mathematics and physics are conditioned by the fact that we have lived our lives on a 5:97 x 10 ^24 kg ball of matter. These ideas would arguably be different if we had evolved instead inside a large rotating world far from astronomical bodies. Contemplating the latter perspective provides some insight on how prevailing views may be in error and how to correct them.

Comments: 11 Pages. Fixed typo in Eq 8 on p. 9.

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