Seven different points between two parts of one Physics:

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  1. isocratus

    isocratus Member

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    Seven different points between two parts of one Physics:

    (space, time, mass, energy, motion, reason, simplicity)

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    Classic Physics <------------------------> Quantum Physics.

    1. Gravity- relative–space <------------> Infinite (-2D) : T=0K

    2. Gravity- relative–time <--------------> Eternity

    3. Gravity mass <---------------------> Molar-constant–mass (R/N=k)

    4. Different kinds of energy <------------> Pure energy-mass (E=Mc^2)

    5. Relative speed of motion <---------> Constant speed of Light quanta (c=1)

    6. External reason of motion <--------> Own, inner cause of motion (h and h*)

    7. Complex World <----------------> Simple World

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    Question:

    How can be possible from Quantum parameters create Classic Physics.

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    Best wishes.

    Israel Sadovnik Socratus.

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  3. Devils' Advocate

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    Well Iso, as you know classical physical laws were discovered first; quantum physics came later as our technology to see into the depths of reality improved. So the question should be how did we get to quantum physics when we started with classical physics, no?

    As a side note, it interested me that you used the term 'create classical physics', although perhaps that is a function of English being a second language? Obviously we didn't create anything. We learned it through constant trial and error, always refining as we made new discoveries.

    As you also know, as our technology enabled us to see down into the universe of the very small, we began to see events that did not seem to fit into the rules of classical physics. And the more we learned of that part of reality, the more we knew those laws did not conform to our understanding of the world of the very large, which is classical physics.

    And ever since we have been trying to bring these two contradictory laws of physics into one combined theory of everything. So far no luck. So really no one can answer the question you posed although I am sure a physicist could give an explanation of possibilities of how they might someday be confirmed to be one. That is beyond my ability though.

    As someone who understands physics you should be aware of the 'law of the gaps'. That is the concept that we put our gods in the gap in our understanding. This God of the Gaps has been around forever, and religious folk constantly resurrect (pun intended) this concept to point to science as insufficient. But it is our knowledge that is insufficient. This God of the Gaps has been constantly pushed further and further away as we answer more and more questions.

    We will never know everything though, and thus there will always be a place for a God of the Gaps. It seems to me though that if divinity always exists just past the horizon of our knowledge, it is a very insufficent answer.
     

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