s0cratus

13th-August-2013, 09:10 AM

Quantum theory and Physical space.

In microscopic physics, or quantum physics, the notion of space is associated

with an "arena of actions" in which all physical processes and phenomena take place.

And this arena of actions we feel subjectively as a "receptacle for subjects".

The measurement of physical space has long been important.

The International System of Units (SI) is today the most common system of units

used in the measuring of space, and is almost universally used within physics.

However, let us critically look at the determination of physical space as an “arena of actions”.

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All this means that physical space is a peculiar substrate that is subject to certain laws,

which as has been seen below are purely mathematical.

http://inerton.wikidot.com/physical-space

This article is very professional.

One problem :

the "arena of quantum actions" is purely mathematical and

doesn't have practical reference frame. (!)

Then I cannot understand:

Why we need to search quantum particle ( Higgs boson ) in the

reference frame of CERN / LHC if at the end it is a purely mathematical game?

Bay the way,

the “big bang “ also doesn't have an " arena of actions" – a reference frame.

So, maybe the God’s table is the an "arena of quantum actions" .

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socratus

In microscopic physics, or quantum physics, the notion of space is associated

with an "arena of actions" in which all physical processes and phenomena take place.

And this arena of actions we feel subjectively as a "receptacle for subjects".

The measurement of physical space has long been important.

The International System of Units (SI) is today the most common system of units

used in the measuring of space, and is almost universally used within physics.

However, let us critically look at the determination of physical space as an “arena of actions”.

#

All this means that physical space is a peculiar substrate that is subject to certain laws,

which as has been seen below are purely mathematical.

http://inerton.wikidot.com/physical-space

This article is very professional.

One problem :

the "arena of quantum actions" is purely mathematical and

doesn't have practical reference frame. (!)

Then I cannot understand:

Why we need to search quantum particle ( Higgs boson ) in the

reference frame of CERN / LHC if at the end it is a purely mathematical game?

Bay the way,

the “big bang “ also doesn't have an " arena of actions" – a reference frame.

So, maybe the God’s table is the an "arena of quantum actions" .

===..

socratus