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Modelling of Rationality...and Beyond the Physics

By: Gh. C. Dinulescu

...ical principles, any existential model presupposes its building through a logical construction* based on a non-contradictory assertional system*, as ... ...is hypothesis enables us, for example, to explain the phenomenon whereby a logical entity memorizes, paradoxically, more accurately the events from a... ...r than the length of the perpendicular from P to the primary limit. It is logical to designate the XY 9 segment of a maximum length (when P attai... ...ly explain the exceptional performances of some rational entities. It is logical to admit that famous rational entities such as Galileo Galilei, Leo... ...d reincarnation, can be the particular expression of a natural, inherent, logical and necessary process for the evolution of rationality within the ... ...itual reality, and that of permanet stochastic movement would be devoid of consequences, so that the MESER concept would have provided them randomly ... ...ity. The principles governing spiritual reality, far from being devoid of consequences, have the role of determining within the material reality, a ... ...ty is not increased. Nevertheless, the above mentioned scenario bears the consequence that the OX section of the XY area corresponding to the intell... ...the intellectual-affective activity is greater than the OY section – this consequence provides the possibility, for the entity in question, upon a ne...

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Speculations and Physics

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...ery measurement because such communication would have to be superluminal. The only logical conclusion is that all the information relevant to the d... ... the issue of infinity and finiteness. The number of points in a line served as the logical floodgate which led to the development of Set Theory by ... ...eld and the representations of the world in the language field (that is to say, the consequences of repression). All three are, therefore, Activatio... ...ster or a network when they materialize. They can, however, relate to each other a- logically (negation or contradiction) and still constitute a pa... ...ied by another structure at the exact, infinitesimal, moment of realization. The consequence: only one of two exogenous events, which share the s... ...l-inclusive and all- pervasive. Nothing is outside its orbit and everything that is logically and physically possible is within its purview. If some... ... outcomes of appropriately designed experiments. Their explanatory powers are of no consequence. Positivists ascribe meaning only to statements that... ... confidence in a scientific theory or not. Is the theory aesthetic (parsimonious), logical, does it provide a reasonable explanation and, thus, doe... ...ething which is known to the believer to be true) versus implicit one (in the known consequences of something whose truth cannot be known). Truly, w...

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Today's Take on Einstein's Relativity

By: Homer B. Titon and Florentin Smarandache

... have your say during question & answer sessions. We are here to ferret out logical reasons for the presumed universal, impenetrable light barrier t... ...a cooperative process. There are those who say the reasons don't have to be logical. I, for one, find that smacks of religion, not science. We are... ... USA smarand@unm.edu Abstract: In this short paper, as an extension and consequence of the Einstein-Podolski-Rosen paradox and Bell's inequality... ...rrent theories of string-M theory and the theory of the big bang simply use logically inconsistent language. Namely, one cannot introduce geometry i... ...ually follows that Peanuts character around. But now we encounter a popular logical paradox, repeated over-and- over down through the years, generall...

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Progress in Physics : The Journal on Advanced Studies in Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Including Related Themes from Mathematics

By: Florentin Smarandache

... atom (or group of atoms) X which has last one or more electrons (and as a consequence carries a negative charge, called anion, or has gained one or m... ...gative charge, called anion, or has gained one or more electrons (and as a consequence carries a positive charge, called cation). Similarly to isotope... ... continuum that is not only curved, but also non-differentiable, and, as a consequence, fractal. The equation of geodesics in such a space-time can be... ... E-mail: czarlosromanov@yahoo.com; castro@ctsps.cau.edu We investigate the consequences of the Mach’s principle of inertia within the context of the D... ...mal length uncertainty relations [11] was furnished in [45]. The dynamical consequences of the minimal-length in Newtonian dynamics have been recently... ...a poplyvectorX given in eq.-(2). This work thus paved the way for the next logical step, that is, to consider other multivector components of X in a u...

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Progress in Physics : The Journal on Advanced Studies in Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Including Related Themes from Mathematics, Volume 2

By: Florentin Smarandache

... its geometrical analysis and identifcation of the invariants, as a direct consequence of its initial invalidated assum- ptions about ther-parameter, ... .../9906004). 21. Abrams L. S. The total space-time of a point charge and its consequences for black holes. Int. J. Theor. Phys., 1996, v. 35, 2661 (see ... ...of observable time around rotating bulky bodies like stars or planets. The consequences should be more pronounced in the interaction of the components... ... principle is valid for time density felds in atoms. Postulate III has two consequences: CONSEQUENCE I An atom undergoing excitation radiates the mome... ...effcient) for quantum numbers n 1, we obtain F N =(1+ )q cos 2 θ. (109) CONSEQUENCE II An atom undergoing relaxation absorbs the momentum fux of a ... ... resonance effect in a quadrupole mass-detector. However, it would be more logical way, making no as- sumptions or propositions, to solve the Synge-We...

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The Kaluza Concept

By: Keith Young

...onship to each other of objects 10 therein – essential in essence to our logical comprehension of our physical location in relation to the world,... ...tioning on a physical level with our reality. Cause precedes effect in a “logical” fashion which enables us to predict and interact with our enviro... ... – out of time as we know it – and therefore experience at first hand the consequences of their own actions. Many people come away from this r... ...ave undergone N.D.E.s say that time is greatly compressed, as if it has no logical meaning. A description of time in this realm, wherever it is, is...

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Begin the Adventure : How to Break the Light Barrier

By: Florentin Smarandache

... megameters per second as "the speed of light," we paint ourselves into a logical corner in which light is automatically taken as the subject of dis... ... which can neither be reached nor exceeded by any real body." Then: "As a consequence of its motion the clock goes more slowly than when at rest. H... ...hat we can comprehend is my religion." [3] And are we to believe that our logical analyses are trumped by the Venerable Force, and further that Eins... ...r how you slice it. Born (1962, p. 254): "Thus the contraction is only a consequence of our way of regarding things and is not a change of a physica... ...he standpoint of existing knowledge, it is entirely possible, and it is a consequence of Einstein's new theory of relativity, that no signal can be ...

...od what I was saying. By referring to the universal constant c= 299.792 458 megameters per second as "the speed of light," we paint ourselves into a logical corner in which light is automatically taken as the subject of discussion even when it is not. The careful reader will know not to immediately think "light" when he hears or reads "the speed of light." But it is bett...

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Introduction to Neutrosophic Logic

By: Charles Ashbacher

... Propositions Section 2 The Law of the Excluded Middle Section 3 Logical Equivalence Section 4 Well-Formed Formulas or WFFs Sectio... ...sophic Logic Section 1 Definition of Neutrosphic Logic Section 2 Logical Connectives in Neutrosophic Logic Section 3 Algebraic Propertie... ... 1 Classical Logic Section 1 Propositions In classical logic, a logical variable is restricted to the values of true(T) and false(F). The ... ...ry in the result column, there are 2 n different Boolean functions for n logical variables. Given the truth values in the column above the 5, ... ...on 1.1.4: In the expression p → q, p is known as the antecedent and q the consequence. The implication is often described as the if-then connective. ... ...on ( p /\ q ) \/ ( ¬ p /\ ¬q ). The ↔ connective can also be considered logical equality. Exclusive or (^) can be considered logical inequality ... ...is no middle between the two “extreme” values of true and false. One consequence of this law is the concept of a vacuous proof. What this means ... ...It is interpreted as a statement that if the antecedent is true, then the consequence is also true. The statement is then false if the antecedent is... ...also true. The statement is then false if the antecedent is true, but the consequence is false. With this notion, if it is not possible to prove the...

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