THE UNIVERSE AS A SOCIAL PROCESS: A NEW DYNAMICAL CONCEPTION OF PHYSICAL OBJECTS AND THEIR INTERACTIONS
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© Dr Danil Doubochinski
© Dr Jonathan Tennenbaum
The present article proposes a new dynamical conception of physical objects in general, of their aggregative behavior as manifested on all scales of observation, and of the Universe as a “social” process in which the participating individual objects – including the so-called elementary particles – are all born and constituted as stable (or quasi-stable) regimes of interaction. We believe this new viewpoint, which differs significantly both from that of classical physics and from quantum theory as presently understood, might lead to a more coherent understanding of many natural phenomena which until now have been studied only in a piecemeal fashion and from divergent points of view in physics, chemistry, astronomy and biology. We consider it a strength of our approach that it arose not from abstract speculation, but from the discovery of concrete physical phenomena.
 

 
 
 
Publishing date: June 12, 2012

 
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