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A Scientific Impossibility

Location: São Paulo, Brazil
Date published: 2024-01-31
Date modified: 2024-01-31
Reading time: 00:01:17

Author: Patrizia Tomasi-Bensik

A Scientific Impossibility

“Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's

possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.”

Francis of Assisi


There is a fundamental flaw in the homo quest for knowledge, and the person who created a famous phrase about it was Einstein: it is impossible to solve a problem from the level at which it was created.

In other words, you need to know more and have a higher vision to find a solution.  Or an answer, in the case of this article.

There is no way to quench our thirst for understanding the whole by postulating a beginning.  And, in any case, whether with the Big Bang or any other beginning, our Consensus does not allow -under any circumstances- to know "THE" beginning.

Ever since Newton inaugurated modern physics, there has been a boulder in the shoes of science: the fundamental law of motion.

Theoretically, the equation would refer to waves, quantized and obviously non-linear; it wouldn't be far off.  Or it wasn't, in the first half of the 20th century.

For Heisenberg, it would be a function (or functions) of associated wave field operators.  This means that we would have to sublimate the wave-particle dichotomy since this equation would aim at the scientific representation of matter.

A few lines above, I said that this was the position of the anti-heroes united in rebellious quantum mechanics; until about 1956.  Obviously, this equation would involve complex systems of integral equations dealing with -and this is the crux of the matter- eigenvalues and even eigenfunctions; which would seriously compromise our notion of reality.

When Higgs proposed his aberration boson in 1964, the Consensus was saved.  From then on, we restricted quantum mechanics to its practicality, embraced mediocrity, and Peter won the Nobel Prize.

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