History and Philosophy of Physics


A Fourteen Point Conceptual Description of Space and How and Why it Works in the Manner that it Does

Authors: John Raymond

Abstract I believe there is no such thing as a single unity model in Physics. It is far too complicated and beyond our understanding to describe, or demonstrate or test all theoretical possibilities, probabilities and everyday actualities events going on in the widest realms of informational physics. I have bundled together ideas that might somehow provide a guide for the creation of new lines of thinking with respect to the understanding, description and demonstration of how wider reality physics might come together and work in the manner that it does. Some of the ideas presented here are not new to physics and some of them are. Those that are new relate to ideas that I have developed and deeply thought about which might be worthy of future consideration and perhaps testing in science. The fourteen points relate both to macro- physics and micro -physics. email: conceptscience@bigpond.com

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