28 September 2011 Beyond relativity and quantum mechanics: space physics
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Albert Einstein imposed an observer-based epistemology upon physics. Relativity and Quantum Mechanics limit physics to describing and modeling the observer's sensations and measurements. Their "underlying reality" consists only of ideas that serve to model the observer's experience. These positivistic models cannot be used to form physical theories of Cosmic phenomena. To do this, we must again remove the observer from the center of physics. When we relate motion to Cosmic space instead of to observers and we attempt to explain the causes of Cosmic phenomena, we are forced to admit that Cosmic space is a substance. We need a new physics of space. We can begin by replacing Relativity with a modified Lorentzian-Newtonian model of spatial flow, and Quantum Mechanics with a wave-based theory of light and electrons. Space physics will require the reinterpretation of all known phenomena, concepts, and mathematical models.
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Henry H. Lindner, "Beyond relativity and quantum mechanics: space physics", Proc. SPIE 8121, The Nature of Light: What are Photons? IV, 81211K (28 September 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.893051; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.893051
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