Authors: Dong-Yih Bau
Einstein developed the concepts of principle theory and the cosmos. The principle theory approach is a scientific method that guides scientists to define the structure of the (empirical) universe in logical unity, with the final product called a principle theory. The cosmos is understood as a single logical system that includes three harmonious cosmic views: the microcosmos, macrocosmos, and mesocosmos. These may be respectively considered as the components of the universe defined by quantum mechanics, general relativity, and success/failure system. Herein, we elucidate the concepts of principle theory and the cosmos to explain the mesocosmos, the success/failure system, and the latter’s significance for science and humanity. The success/failure system, a principle theory that we recently developed to reflect the mesocosmos, is a twenty-first century scientific discovery. Through the present work, we invite the scientific community to research the mesocosmos and the cosmos on the scale of the universe, in addition to all disciplines of science and final theory currently investigated.
Comments: Pages. Journal-ref: IJASRM 4(4): 1-6 (2019). DOI:10.36282/IJASRM/4.4.2019.1296
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