The central new notion introduced by quantum mechanics is not indeterminism, nor uncertainty, but wholeness. This new feature has been described by phrases such as “the non-separability of spatially separated systems”, or more briefly as “quantum non-locality”. These terms are actually inadequate expressions of the radical implications of the notion of wholeness and reflect a strong desire to cling to a reductionist philosophy. A radically new approach is needed, an approach that does not depend upon the Cartesian Order, but requires the introduction of new orders such as the implicate order and the generative order. Mathematical descriptions of these new orders are under active development at present.
It is now quite clear that if gravity is to be quantised successfully, a radical change in our understanding of spacetime will be needed. We begin from a more fundamental level by taking the notion of process as our starting point. Rather than beginning with a spacetime continuum, we introduce a structure process which, in some suitable limit, approximates to the continuum. We are exploring the possibility of describing this process by some form of non-commutative algebra, an idea that fits into the general ideas of the implicate order. In such a structure, the non-locality of quantum theory can be understood as a specific feature of this more general a-local background and that locality, and indeed time, will emerge as a special feature of this deeper a-local structure.
Relativity, Quantum Gravity and Space-time Structures, research group at Birkbeck, University of London
The notion of a permanent object with well defined properties can no longer be taken as basic in physics … Rather, it is necessary to begin with the event as a basic concept, and later to arrive at the object as a continuing structure of related and ordered events.
This contain all the equations for Physics we need to know in Yr10. To me it’d an efficient way because I can look back at them whenever, and it’s really easy to carry it. The different colours are different topics, and there is a little heading on top of the equationd to kmow what to use them for.
I hope some of you feel inspired to do this, even if it’s not with the same design.
Why don’t we have a ring like Saturn? why is it so, let’s find it out; Our moon is big very big the diameter of our moon is 2159 miles which is very big. Our moon is too far from earth it is about 361747 km from earth because of our moon is big that is why we can see the moon clearly. As it is so far from earth that is why we have a solid one piece moon if our moon gets closer to earth the gravity of earth will rip the moon apart creating a ring like Saturn but if our moon gets closer to the earth which it is never going to happen.
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Physics notes from yesterday!! I think these came out looking pretty nice, though they are simple. Sorry for my messy handwriting, I wasn’t focusing much on the look of the notes for this, but rather getting all the info down. Have a great day!
At present quantum physicists tend to avoid the issue by adopting the attitude that our overall views concerning the nature of reality are of little or no importance. All that counts in physical theory is supposed to be the development of mathematical equations that permit us to predict and control the behaviour of large statistical aggregates of particles. Such a goal is not regarded as merely for its pragmatic and technical utility: rather, it has become a presupposition of most work in modern physics that prediction and control of this kind is all that human knowledge is about.