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Old 05-02-2018, 07:46 AM
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Brief view on the history of Physics.

Brief view on the history of Physics.
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1) G. Galileo has shown that ''natural''motion is ‘inertial’,
but nobody knows what real physical mechanism gives
particle the ‘'inertial motion’'.
Somebody wrote:
“An old professor of mine used to say
that anyone who can answer that question
what inertia is, would win a Nobel Prize. “

2) All so called ''inertial reference systems'' are relative.

3) ''Entropy''
" The entropy is only a shadow of energy.''
/ W. Ostwald /
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John von Neumann said to "the father of information
theory" Claude Shannon:
" Name it "entropy" then in discussions
you will receive solid advantage, because
nobody knows, what "entropy" basically is ".

4) J. Maxwell aspired to explain electromagnetic processes
from mechanical point of view, using cogwheels, springs and wheels.

5) L, Boltzmann admired the equations of Maxwell and he tried
to improve Maxwell's mechanical model with his mechanical machine.
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Later was found a good scheme for EM waves.

6) H. Hertz practically discovered electromagnetic waves but he declared
in a letter that the electromagnetic waves have no practical importance.
Later, he wrote about Maxwell's equations
"… they are wiser than we ourselves . . ."

7) From 1908 . . . (110 years) nobody knows what really the
four-dimensional (Minkowski 4-D) an absolute space-time is.

8) "We did more than have understood".
/Rutherford/

9) Robert Millikan told,
that he knew nothing about “last essence of electron”.
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Sir Arthur Eddington said:
''To a request to explain what an electron really
is supposed to be we can only answer,
“It is part of the A B C of physics”.
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We don't know why the electron has six ( 6 ) formulas
E=h*f and e^2=ah*c ,
+E=Mc^2 and -E=Mc^2 ,
E=-me^4/2h*^2= -13,6eV and E= ∞

10) M. Planck almost 20 years searched classical arguments
to prove his quantum of action (h). Without success.

11) "The more successes the quantum physics gains,
the more senseless it looks".
/A.Einstein/

12) '' Everything is getting along, but the deep grounds remain unclear".
/A. Sommerfeld /

13) "I think I can safely say that no one understands quantum mechanics".
/R.Feynman/

14) What the Sommerfeld's fine structure constant '‘a = 1/137'’ means
nobody knows and on Feynman's expression this quantity is
'‘by the god given damnation to all physicists'’.
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Now try to understand the philosophy of Physics.
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Old 03-30-2019, 05:48 PM
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The fundamental basis in philosophy of science.
Modern philosophy of science says:
a) 27% of matter in the universe is dark-matter
(we have no idea what it is )
b) 68% of energy in the universe is dark-energy
(we have no idea what it is )
c) there are many black-holes
(we have no idea how many they are )
d) ≈ 5% of matter in the universe is normal-matter
( we don't know everything about this normal-matter)
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That is our so called ''philosophical knowledge''
Welcome to the era of precision ignorance.
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Old 03-31-2019, 12:49 AM
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How consequential is that?

Nice try but that is only scratching the surface. Try to comprehend the meaning or definitions of mind. What is the mind? What is a person or personality? What is the meaning of language? How to understand communication? How is it possible to communicate? What is the meaning of meaning? What is understanding or reality or truth? Is there anything that you can use to mark a place in space and time and be sure it is fixed? What is fixed?

This is not classical physics. It is called metaphysics in some circles. Other people like to call it philosophy. What is philosophy? Do thoughts have substance?

If your multimeter says the voltage potential difference between two points of a circuit is 11.5 volts, is that true?

It is easy to say nobody understands this or that concept in whatever field you choose to engage. The question everyone needs to answer is whether it has practical value for the individual person or the group that wish to communicate.

I would enjoy communicating with anyone that has a desire to communicate but this enjoyment does not have unlimited scope. There are conditions and ground rules that need to be in place. If the reader of this rant wants to communicate with me there needs to be some sort of understanding of the ground rules and conditions. If we start with the "reasonable man" presumption or "assumption" then we expect some sort of common language and education or experience or combination of the three.

When gibberish and nonsense are expressed using words that should have some sort of common meaning and understanding something happens!

Good luck with that!
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Coincidence

The coincidence was too much to ignore. I was thinking, "Wow, I just saw a chupacabra over on the forum!"

BBC - Earth - The truth about a strange blood-sucking monster
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Old 03-31-2019, 09:43 AM
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The coincidence was too much to ignore. I was thinking, "Wow, I just saw a chupacabra over on the forum!"

BBC - Earth - The truth about a strange blood-sucking monster
An average monster must have a body.
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"When you have a body, everything changes," he explains.
"You have DNA samples, you have bone samples, you have morphology."
As with all his missions, Radford approached the chupacabra with an open mind,
employing what he calls "investigative scepticism", conducting field work,
collecting evidence and interviewing witnesses.

'' If the chupacabra is real, I wanted to find it."

Radford and a colleague tracking the elusive beast (Credit: Benjamin Radford)

BBC - Earth - The truth about a strange blood-sucking monster

Similar (but not exactly) story i see in Quantum physics.
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1 - An average monster must have a body.
Every quantum particle must have a body.

2 - "When you have a body, everything changes," Benjamin Radford explained.
Quantum particle doesn't have body:
cannot be a point, cannot be a ball, cannot be a string.

3 - '' If the chupacabra is real, I wanted to find it." Benjamin Radford said.
Nobody tries to understand the quantum body (model of quantum particle)

Therefore the modern philosophy of science looks as a Puerto Rico's monster.
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What does modern Physics say about reality?
Modern physics says about reality,
you have modern technology and strange philosophy.
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Strings -- Music of the Spheres / Musica universalis
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musica_universalis
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Pythagoras created the theory ''Harmony of the Spheres''
The spirit of Pythagoras idea went into Kepler's thinking
and in 1619 he published ''Harmonices Mundi''
( harmonies of musical intervals describe the motions of the planets )
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The connection between music, mathematics, and astronomy
had a profound impact on history.
To continue this profound tradition modern physicists created
musical tools ( similar to known violin or guitar strings)
by name ''String Particles'' ( open and closed) in the hope
to hear the harmony of spheres.
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