John C. Hodge. Causality, time, and force
Submitted on: Oct 20, 2022, 12:22:45
Natural Sciences / Physics / Philosophy of Physics
Description: Orthodox physics makes extensive use of number relation mathematics such as mapping, probability, and infinite series. This mathematics is devoid of causative relations. A method to implement D. Hume's philosophy of causation and time is suggested. The method is applied to Newton's laws, the Faraday equation, and the Scalar Theory of Everything (STOE) Universal Equation. Including causation in physics modeling can result in increased understanding of physicality and new insights, which have been observed. The obfuscation of mathematics may be removed from physics by finding the cause--effect of observations.
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