Bit-string Physics: A Finite and Discrete Approach to Natural Philosophy (Google eBook)
We could be on the threshold of a scientific revolution. Quantum mechanics is based on unique, finite, and discrete events. General relativity assumes a continuous, curved space-time. Reconciling the two remains the most fundamental unsolved scientific problem left over from the last century. The papers of H. Pierre Noyes collected in this volume reflect one attempt to achieve that unification by replacing the continuum with the bit-string events of computer science. Three principles are used: physics can determine whether two quantities are the same or different; measurement can tell something from nothing; this structure (modeled by binary addition and multiplication) can leave a historical record consisting of a growing universe of bit-strings. This book is specifically addressed to those interested in the foundations of particle physics, relativity, quantum mechanics, physical cosmology and the philosophy of science.
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A Short Introduction to BitString Physics
BitString Physics Prediction of rj the Dark MatterBaryon Ratio and QM
Generalization of a Theorem of Malta and Palis 11
Necessary Conditions of Optimality for a Class of Semilinear
Semigroups and Exponential Stability of Nonautonomous Linear
Comment by D McGoveran on Our Joint Work
Other Second Order Corrections and Some Further Speculations
Comment on Statistical Mechanical Origin of the Entropy of
The Key to 21s1 Century Physics
Crossing Symmetry is Incompatible with General Relativity
Discrete Physics and the Derivation of Electromagnetism from
Discrete Physics and the Dirac Equation
Are Partons Confined Tachyons?
Permanence in PeriodicParabolic Ecological Systems with Spatial
Exponential Bounds for Bifurcation Functions in Singular Systems
Bifurcation from Homoclinic Orbits to a SaddleSaddle Point in
Continuity of Entropy for a TwoParameter Family of Bimodal Maps 101
The Search for Periodic Solutions in Neural Networks 117
Singular ReactionDiffusion Mixed BoundaryValue Quenching
Asymptotic Distribution of Entrance Times for Expanding Maps
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