John C. Hodge. Mathematics complexity suggests cause--effect physics

Natural Sciences / Physics / Philosophy of Physics

Submitted on: Aug 03, 2022, 12:09:27

Description: Orthodox physics makes extensive use of number relation mathematics such as mapping, probability, and infinite series. This mathematics is devoid of causative relations. Other scientific disciplines such as medicine and chemistry use causative models. A causative paradigm such as the Scalar Theory of Everything (STOE) would advance physics by providing a useful model with wider applicability and a more intuitive understanding. The PDP model of Iyer, R., et al., 2022, {it{Modeling of Gage Discontinuity Dissipative Physics}}, CJPAS, Vol.16, No. 1 may be one gauge field describing the four forces of the GUT. Causation should be overtly stated in the physics models. Causation is linked with emergence philosophy and not reductionism. The obfuscation of mathematics may be removed from physics by finding the cause--effect of observations.

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