Primordial Space – Point-Free Space and Logic Case

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Bernd Schmeikal
Univ. Doz., University of Vienna

Series: Space Science, Exploration and Policies, Physics Research and Technology
BISAC: SCI098000

In this volume of Primordial Space it is explained how unpredictable quanta of the strong and electroweak force can bring forth both a macro-space-time as we perceive it and a pattern of material phenomena with which we have been familiarized by the standard model of particle physics. However, there is a price we have to pay for this. The Heisenberg uncertainty relation discloses itself in the fancy dress of a set of irregular locations: the deadlock singularity for particle fields at rest and the topological defect structure of the boson field where the zero norm signifies a turnover of the time-like base unit into a nilpotent isotropic direction field.

Time does not go without saying. But where the time-arrow is created within the strong force, there emerge anti-reflexive neighbourhoods in the multivector fields of space-time. Hyperbolic neighbourhood systems of primordial phenomena carry those waves that decompose time and energy. Primordial space helps you to look at events with a fresh mind without entirely destroying traditional physics. (Imprint: Nova)

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Table of Contents

Preface

Introduction

Part I. Roots, Zeroes and Irregular Locations
Chapter 1: Physical Space  pp. 1-4
Chapter 2: Self-reflexive Domain of Derived Brackets – Lie Brackets in Clifford Algebra pp. 5-10
Chapter 3: Zero and the Lower Bounds  pp. 11-18
Chapter 4: Cardinality of Root of Zero and Countable Choice  pp. 19-20
Chapter 5: Countable Choice and the Double Slit  pp. 21-26
Chapter 6: The Unstable, Discrete and Colored Appearance of Space-Time  pp. 27-36
Chapter 7: The One pp. 37-50
Chapter 8: Geometry of Extension Relations  pp. 51-54
Chapter 9: The Irregular Location of Rest in QCD and QED  pp. 55-64
Chapter 10: Point-Free Fermion Space  pp. 65-70
Chapter 11: Root of Zero pp. 71-76
Chapter 12: Fermion Transmutation in the Wallace Model  pp. 77-80

Part II. The Mereotopological Picture
Chapter 13: The Mereotopological Space-Time Model  pp. 83-92
Chapter 14: Time Algebra and the Provenance of the Unit Imaginary  pp. 93-99

Part III. Logic and Systems
Chapter 15: Logic of Reflection and De-Connectivity  pp. 103-108
Chapter 16: Spatial Arrangement of Classical Logic pp. 109-116
Chapter 17: Logic Transcending Itself  pp. 117-120
Chapter 18: Spatial Information of Logic Compounds  pp. 121-128
Chapter 19: Reflexive Geometric Domain  pp. 129-132
Chapter 20: Cybernetics of Primitive Idempotents  pp. 133-140
Chapter 21: Points and Locations in Pauli Algebra  pp. 141-156
Chapter 22: Fermion Locations and Time Tunneling  pp. 157-162

Part IV. Neighborhood, Topoi and Primordial Time
Chapter 23: Logic and Neighborhood of Primordial Events  pp. 165-180
Chapter 24: Eigenforms and Primordial Time  pp. 181-192
Chapter 25: The Weight of Relations and Neighborhood Allegories  pp. 193-202
Chapter 26: Topoi – Postmodern Chronicle of Quantum Physics pp. 203-214
Chapter 27: On the Possible Origin of Dark Energy  pp. 215-224

Prospect and Conclusion

References

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