MikeHelland
Registered: Dec 2003
Posts: 182 
Newton: Relative space and time are measurements determined by the senses
Newton, 1687: Relative space and time are measurements determined by the senses
The idea behind physics is to provide useful mathematical relationships between those measurements.
The use of equations to formalize those relationships has been
successful.
We can use a simple tools like pen and paper to derive results.
For example, if we plot the motion of billiard ball, we can determine
where it will be at t = 10, or if it ever gets to x = 5, and we don't
have to compute where it will be at t = 9 to know t = 10.
That's convenient. Having a shortcut like that.
I propose those shortcuts are the reason for no GUT based on
equations, and I would like to add my voice to those who say a more
general form of mathematics, computation, will yield a more complete
and consistent model.
Essentially the formal mathematical objects in the computer models
should be regarded as monads, not existing in relative space or time.
The monads should interact and produce enough complexity to begin
making measurements of themselves. For example, one group of monads,
operating like an eye, nerves, and brain interacts with another group
of monads arranged into a rod and makes a measurement of its length.
At that point, when the measurement is made, relative space and time
emerge in the model.
Just as Newton distinguished relative space and time from absolute
time, it is helpful here to think of monads as absolute matter and
particles, atoms, molecules, and macroscopic objects as relative
matter.
That's what Leibniz did anyways.
I've explored a few hundred models by now, here's a video showing the
final screen shots on some of them:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRWX09aO6bw
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