
Re: What does one call vector geometry without a coordinate system?
Posted:
Sep 2, 2013 3:50 AM


I think it can be called as intrinsic geometry, a geometry of internal/inclusive dependence and external/exclusive independence,free of coordinate system.
Concerning physical laws I tend to think thus:
Every law of physics or chemistry is a statement of dynamic and /or static physical force equilibrium expressible between variables and Invariants they obey and conserve.
All physical laws should necessarily be enunciated by an algebraic, geometrical or vector mathematical relationship to be called as a physical Law or phenomenon, and be entirely independent of the coordinate system.
Narasimham

