Date: Feb 2, 2013 1:49 AM Author: plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com Subject: primitive terms or axiom concepts in physics are lower than<br> mathematics #1197 New Physics #1317 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed On Feb 2, 12:23 am, Archimedes Plutonium

<plutonium.archime...@gmail.com> wrote:

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> Duality is a concept that is lower than what equality is a concept in

> mathematics. In fact, mathematics has no concept lower than equality.

> But Physics is richer than mathematics and physics subsumes all of

> mathematics. And so, in physics there is a concept of equality, but a

> concept even lower in that of duality.

>

For me, often, it pays to reread what I just wrote a few minutes ago,

because it jogs my mind into ramifications I may have missed.

In mathematics the lowest concept other than numbers and points and

lines, is the concept of equality. So in mathematics their lowest

concepts are these, points, lines, number, equality, greater than,

less than, etc etc. Those are a few of their lowest concepts, their

primitive axiom concepts.

And all of those concepts are borrowed into physics. However, physics

has a concept that is far lower than any axiom concept in mathematics.

It is the concept of duality, that particle is the dual of wave and

that electricity is the dual of magnetism. Mathematics speaks of

relationships and uses the word "dual" such as in regular polyhedra,

but it is not what physics uses the word dual and duality.

Duality in physics is far below any axiom concept in mathematics and

duality in physics is the existence function. In fact, in physics we

have a concept of existence, whereas in mathematics, existence is not

a axiom concept.

So in physics, what gives rise to an electron, what makes the electron

exist is duality of particle and wave, or of energy and time or of

charge and mass.

So the axiom-concepts of physics are lower than the axiom concepts of

mathematics, because in physics, we have to have existence of objects,

where in mathematics, the number 1 does not exist as a physical

entity, nor does a line exist as a physical entity. But in physics, a

electron or proton exists and to exist they must have a duality that

gives rise to the existence.

In Physics, the Maxwell Equations are the axiom set with the facts of

Chemistry thrown in. In Mathematics the axiom set of Euclidean

geometry is the Euclid axioms or the revision set of Hilbert axioms.

In physics, the primitive terms or axiom concepts are duality, mass,

charge, electricity, magnetism, etc. And because physics has duality

as a axiom concept, a primitive term, this allows physics to have

"existence of objects". The electron exists because particle wave

duality, or energy time or mass charge, etc.

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whole entire Universe is just one big atom

where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies