Re: Physicists and Laws.
- From: socratus <israelsad@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 29 Dec 2008 01:24:24 -0800 (PST)
On Dec 29, 7:05 am, RAM <RAMather...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Dec 28, 10:56 pm, socratus <israel...@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:=========================================
Physicists and Laws.
Physicists do not dictate to Nature their laws.
Laws of nature are reality, which exists independently
from the researcher. The Nature cannot be arranged so
strange, as the physicists think of it. Their thoughts
are so strange, that they offer paradoxical ideas.Einstein wrote:
“ In the Science the man has freedom to solve
well made crossword. ”
In this crossword physicists don’t know what Light quanta,
Electron, Energy are.
“ It is important to realize that in physics today,
we have no knowledge of what energy is.
We do not have a picture that energy comes in little
blobs of a definite amount. ” / Feynman. 1987/ . . . .
"The electron that can be told is not the true electron."
/ David Harrison /
And instead to understand what Light quanta, Electron,
Energy are, they try to add to the crossword of Universe
new cells and fill them with new abstract models.
on horizontal – dark matter
(The Dark Matter is another official dogma
of our astronomy. /V. H. Vergon/)
and on vertical – string theory
( We don't know what we are talking about"
/ Nobel laureate David Gross referring to the current state
of string theory./)
Or on horizontal – quark,
and on vertical - Higgs boson or Higgs mechanism.
This is reason that I wrote:
The more I study the more I know.
The more I know the more ideas I have.
The more ideas I have the more they abstract.
The more they abstract the less I know the truth.
And as a result conclusion from some article:
" One of the best kept secrets of science is
that physicists have lost their grip on reality."
I prefer to trust their empirical expertise and judgment than yours.
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“ their empirical expertise “ . . .says that when electron interacts
with vacuum all its parameters changes and become infinite .
Is it possible ? No. Here is one of physical problem.
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