Quantum Gravity and String Theory


A Formal Model of Science to Prove Physics

Authors: Alexandre Harvey-Tremblay

We present a mathematical model formalizing the practice of science in nature. The model, which we name formal science, is constructed within the frameworks of algorithmic information theory and that of theoretic computer science. Formal Science is a significant improvement over the informal practice of science as well as a 'clarification tool par excellence' for the foundation of physics, and as such it is able to derive the corpus of physics as a theorem. Formal science reveals that the laws of physics, far from being arbitrary, are in fact, mathematically extremely special; they are, quite minimally, derivable as the laws that survive a specific type of falsification which we will refer to as universal falsification. After we present the model, we then begin the long program to derive all known physics using formal science as the sound, free of physical baggage, mathematical foundation of physics.

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[v1] 2019-06-26 16:17:54
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