Friday, 12 October 2012

Esotec, and the Esoteric Foundations of Physics.


Esoteric Foundations of Physics

Despite its many successes, modern physics is confronting a series of enduring problems which have defied all attempts at resolution. For instance:

Quantum Foundations. While the mathematical framework of Quantum Mechanics has passed every experimental test for more than eight decades, there exists no consistent physical or philosophical picture elucidating why it works or what it means.

Unification of Quantum Mechanics and Relativity. While Relativity theory incorporates time as a dynamic variable tightly interwoven with the three spatial dimensions, time enters Quantum Mechanics as an external parameter. This discrepancy has frustrated all attempts at uniting these two pillars of modern physics into a consistent framework.

Dark Matter and Dark Energy. While astronomical observations suggest the existence of these elusive realities, their actual nature remains a mystery.

Energy of the Vacuum. Calculations based on quantum field theory and the Standard Model suggest that space has a "density" more than 100 orders of magnitude greater than that actually observed. This huge discrepancy remains unresolved.

Extra Dimensions. Since Theodor Kaluza showed in 1919 that gravity and electromagnetism can be formally united in four spatial dimensions, an idea later extended by Kaluza-Klein theory and String theory, extra dimensions have played an important role in theoretical physics. Yet, if extra dimensions do in fact exist, physicists have yet to find a consistent explanation of why our universe appears in every way to have just three spatial dimensions.

Facing these intractable problems, progress in fundamental physics has essentially ground to a halt. The respected physicist Lee Smolin, writing in his book The Trouble With Physics (2006), laments that there hasn't been a major breakthrough in theoretical physics for more than thirty years. Clearly, the physics community has been making wrong assumptions.

Enter Esoterics

Physicists generally consider esoteric philosophy to be irrational nonsense with no empirical basis - for good reason, since most of what is called "esoteric" is not the genuine esoteric science at all. Having studied this subtle science for many years, however, I have come to know it as profoundly logical and not incompatible with the facts of physics.

In these papers I demonstrate that the esoteric science shines a powerful light of understanding upon the big problems of contemporary physics, providing vital clues to their resolution. While written for any intelligent reader, those with some physics background will gain the most. Please leave your assumptions behind, follow the logic, and make up your own mind.

Is this Real Science?

According to the philosopher Karl Popper, empirical science is that which can be falsified. By this definition, this framework is indeed science. Each of these papers presents a clear prescription to mathematical physicists. When the mathematics is carried through, what was obtuse should become simple and transparent. If that doesn't happen, the framework falls.

To date (Feb 2012) the central logic and consistency of the framework remains unchallenged. We await the mathematical verdict.


Download Papers

Framework for Unification of Physics (pdf, 29p, 400k). Version 2: Oct 15, 2010.

Attributive Quantum Fields (pdf, 23p, 233k). Version 4: May 26, 2011

These works are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License. They may be shared, copied and distributed under the conditions of the license.


Esoteric Physics group (yahoo).

Dedicated to the unification of physics and the unification of the physical and esoteric sciences. Open for on topic questions and discussion, while keeping members informed of advances, new papers, etc.


© Copyright 2011 Philip Carter

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