Re: The Laws Of Physics 'Can' Change
Posted by DA Morgan on May 19, 2002 at 15:38
Re: The Laws Of Physics 'Can' Change (Dogrock)
I think we can make some definite statements in both cases.
If they are not changing what has been observed in the data has a rational explanation and likely involves some unexpected error in the data or computing routines.
If they are changing it is undoubtedly directly related to changes in the geometry of space-time.
I think they are changing. Why? Because every normal human presumption that is based on notions that are comforting is always proven wrong.
It is also an absolute truth, based on our best knowledge, that at a fundamental level everything is fuzzy. Heinsenberg and his uncertainty principle. Shroedinger and his cat. Integral calculus attempting to measure the area under a curve. Quantum mechanics and the energy of the vacuum.
But it is important to remember that they are fuzzy when viewed through the microscope of normal integer math. I am not convinced that they are fuzzy when viewed through the microscope of, what for lack of a better term, I will call natural math. A math system based on e, i, Pi, fractals, and harmonic series'.
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