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Re: Is every physical property relative?
Posted:
Dec 15, 2012 4:12 PM


Victor Porton wrote:
> From my blog: > > http://portonmath.wordpress.com/2012/12/15/completerelativitytheory/ > > Disclaimer: I am not a physicist. > > Einstein has discovered that some physical properties are relative. > > In this blog post I present the conjecture that essentially all physical > properties are relative. I do not formulate exact details of this theory, > a thing which could be measurable, but just a broad class of specific > theories. Nevertheless the theory which I formulate in this blog post is > mathematically exact. > > Let P is the set of (relative) physical properties. We will make L into > poset by the order of which properties are more relative and which are > less relative. (With the axiom that less relative properties may be always > restored knowing more relative properties.)
Typo: L > P
> Consider the filter F characterizing positive infinity (that is infinitely > least relative properties) on the poset P. > > My conjecture: The only really existing (nonrelative) physical properties > are values of relative properties on the filter F. > > Formally: The only really existing physical object is a monovalued reloid* > whose domain is the filter F. > > My theory may become into something verifiable by experiment if someone > specifies what is F exactly. > > * "reloid" is defined in my math research: > http://www.mathematics21.org/algebraicgeneraltopology.html >
 Victor Porton  http://www.mathematics21.org



