Zero to Infinity: The Foundations of Physics
Unique in its field, this book uses a methodology that is entirely new, creating the simplest and most abstract foundations for physics to date. The author proposes a fundamental description of process in a universal computational rewrite system, leading to an irreducible form of relativistic quantum mechanics from a single operator. This is not only simpler, and more fundamental, but also seemingly more powerful than any other quantum mechanics formalism available. The methodology finds immediate applications in particle physics, theoretical physics and theoretical computing. In addition, taking the rewrite structure more generally as a description of process, the book shows how it can be applied to large-scale structures beyond the realm of fundamental physics.
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2 Why Does Physics Work?
3 The Emergence of Physics
4 Groups and Representations
5 Breaking the Dirac Code
6 The Dirac Nilpotent
7 Nonrelativistic Quantum Mechanics and the Classical Transition
8 The Classical and Special Relativistic Approximations
14 A Representation of Strong and Weak Interactions
15 Grand Unification and Particle Masses
16 The Factor 2 and Duality
17 Gravity and Inertia
18 Dimensionality Strings and Quantum Gravity
19 Natures Code
20 Natures Rules
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