History and Philosophy of Physics

   

The World is a Point:Physical Application of the Law of Identity

Authors: Lei Shi

When we research the essence of the world, antinomy is found, which goes against the law of identity. In fact, antinomy shows the contradiction between experience and essence, and the law of identity is the most important tool to research the essence of the world. According to antinomy we can establish the incompleteness theorem in physics, which requires that the world model cannot contain any physical difference. According to identity we can get homoorganicity theorem, which requires that any part of the world is same with the whole. Here we show that the world can only be a point.

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