History and Philosophy of Physics

1907 Submissions

[7] viXra:1907.0379 [pdf] submitted on 2019-07-19 13:30:00

The Quantization of Time

Authors: Uta Volkenborn, Heinz Volkenborn
Comments: 15 pages, 9 figures

In the present work it will be shown, that time is not an additional dimension of space, as the specific theory of relativity demands, but an indeterminate unity of future, present and past that takes effect within the dimension of space.
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[6] viXra:1907.0312 [pdf] submitted on 2019-07-17 00:48:31

Tbe Bird of Genius. !905

Authors: Tomasz Bodziony
Comments: 22 Pages.

This article is going to discuss the story behind of the creation and publication of the article entitled "Zur Elektrodynamik bewegter Körper" by Albert Einstein that took place in 1905. One can state that it was one of the most important articles in the history of science. A number of astounding coincidences associated with its publication are going to be considered. A theory explaining said events is also going to be presented.
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[5] viXra:1907.0310 [pdf] submitted on 2019-07-17 00:50:24


Authors: Tomasz Bodziony
Comments: 22 Pages. 13

The article is devoted to the description of amazing and remarkable coincidences connected with the creation of the General Theory of Relativity by Albert Einstein in 1915. It also attempts to explain why the contribution of David Hilbert to the creation of the General Theory of Relativity was completely forgotten. Introduction
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[4] viXra:1907.0309 [pdf] submitted on 2019-07-17 00:52:07

Einstein Sticks Out His Tongue

Authors: Tomasz Bodziony
Comments: 15 Pages.

This article focuses on the second part of Albert Einstein’s life in the USA after 1933. It is the attempt of the author to approach the life and achievements of Albert Einstein from a different perspective, as well as the encouragement for the reader to form his or her opinion on the matter. Said publication is also the summary of the entire, three-part series of publications relating to Albert Einstein.
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[3] viXra:1907.0152 [pdf] submitted on 2019-07-09 21:55:24

A Theory of Likelihood - Parsimony & Synchronicity in Natural Law

Authors: Paris S. Miles-Brenden
Comments: 10 Pages. For in that of a parallel; what is given aforementionedly of a method of phenomonological enterprise is the said consolation of a confirmatory purpose of epistomological err and it's reduction to practice in experimental reproducibility.

The a-conditional certainty afforded by the sense in which matter falls; yet remains apart by that of a disconnective of quantum origins is no longer a mystery to the disappearance of an anomalous force. For in what is included is the relation of subject and object within an agreement of which is an empty declaration of measure; to which the affordance of the standard assumptive of measurement inclusive of it's precept at the point of observation to which is predicated indication by that of witnessed relation is in the positive of it's affirmative. Therefore of a separational construct; that of co-affinitives of electricity and magnetism and gravity are non-unifiable in this construct; and to which what is freely provided is a central precept that measurement produces from one relation what are two; the alternative of a world view in bearing to practiced element of recurrence under the assumptive; and that of assumptive; under method by which implementation is ensured of an ontological relation of meaning. The two sides of this argument are a contrasting lemma to which all freed relations are a known contractual and understatedly provided extremum that a people or concern is so known as the present co-participance of an identity and an object under its observational limitation when statedly free of constraint; the method of approach to which is a renewable and confirmed principle of science beyond the wave and particle duality of the 1800's and 1900's.
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[2] viXra:1907.0100 [pdf] submitted on 2019-07-07 00:18:52

Ordination Theory and Chaos: Probability and Set Theory

Authors: Paris S. Miles-Brenden
Comments: 4 Pages. As so as perception is the reception of sense to which color is inseparable from sound; that of one contactless relation of order is the predicate norm of a past oriented blind factual relation of free transmissibility of declaration at light congruence.

The ordinal relation of color precedes that of the influence of declaration or ordination; to which it's certain relation is co-determinable as a free transpirative locability and reception; to which by any reception prior conscionsciousnable objective of vantage; the witnessed hur by vantage and projectively clear spectral interpretation of a blind spot is the indication of a threshold and free layer set of gradation by which in that of phase to phase conjugate and adjoint relations of numberless and infinite circumspection light like spectral relation of processional retrograde relation of light is the majority carrier of mass deficit; to which what is included in a relation of two; incomparability of bias; one contracted self held relation intimates the involute flow of any then known two reductions of valence shell to unity preceding a disordered relation within chemistry and blind free openly held relations so which a-predictive relation follows as in structural relation. Light therefore follows from what is co-determinant of an action of separation of pivot of scale to the freely held option of determination of mass standard and it's reciprocal action in the subjective tense of transmissibility freedom under a strict clear; black; and white relation; of no purview but to yet what is hidden and opened from a past connotative structural relation of physical law; to which phenomenology is king.
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[1] viXra:1907.0007 [pdf] submitted on 2019-07-02 04:16:27

The Quark-Gluon Model Versus the Idea of Partons

Authors: Jean Louis Van Belle
Comments: 7 Pages.

While the reality of quarks has been verified experimentally, we may say that the concept of gluons is more of a mathematical concept. In this paper, we explore the epistemological foundation of quantum chromodynamics. We do so by re-examining the concept of partons, which was introduced by Richard Feynman as a generic term for pointlike constituents of matter. We examine whether or not the concept of a colorless, flavorless and zero-charge parton – onto which we can then load the various properties that are necessary to explain reality – might work. The preliminary conclusion is that the parton model may offer sufficient degrees of freedom to model what the quark-gluon model is modelling. In fact, we suggest the idea of quarks and gluons might be a bit like the 19th century aether theory: perhaps we don’t need it. The underlying question is, of course, much more fundamental: do we need quantum field theory?
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