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Chapt15.53 deriving all of mathematics from the 5 axioms of physics #1296 New Physics #1416 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Mar 16, 2013 3:12 PM


These last ten pages of New Physics of 1300 pages is a broad summary and reminder and help for me of when I start to write the 6th edition of this textbook.
Chapter 1 and its many subchapters should state the five axioms that goes to compose all of physics. The 4 Symmetrical Maxwell Equations and then the 5th axiom that is the total facts of all of chemistry, which I call the Chemistry axiom. We need an object for the Maxwell Equations to operate upon. And since the 1st chapter derives the Schrodinger and the Dirac Equations, let the 1st chapter derive all the principles of Quantum Mechanics.
Chapter 2 focuses upon the Chemistry Axiom and so let that chapter derive the 4 forces of physics.
Chapter 3 focuses upon Thermodynamics, so let that chapter derive all of Thermodynamics.
Chapter 4 points out a number of huge and large errors of Old Physics, such as Doppler redshift, Solid Body Rotation omissions, and enumerate a plethora of large mistakes such as Big Bang, blackholes, Standard Model, Higgs boson, Bethe protonproton cycle, BCS superconductivity.
Chapter 5 and its many subchapters should focus upon mathematics such as Strip Physics where the speed of light is obtained via strips on a surface. Since physics is the ultimate science, mathematics is a subset of physics. In this chapter and its many subchapters, I must begin to show how the axioms of geometry, the Hilbert axioms come directly out of the Maxwell Equations and how the Peano axioms come out of the 5 axioms of physics. Also, I need to show how fractal geometry comes directly out of the 5 axioms of physics. Let Chapter 5 be the derivation of all of mathematics from the 5 physics axioms. In this edition, I did not spend much time in doing those derivations, but in the 6th edition, let me devote detailed analysis to deriving all of mathematics from the 5 physics axioms. Also, as I recently noted that with EMgravity, that geometry of physics of Maxwell Equations spends a lot of time with surfaces and area more than it spends on 3rd dimension and volume. And we get a taste of that preference from the Maxwell Equations in that electric current is "on the surface". We see this surface preference in Nature itself in that most galaxies are spiral galaxies 2/3 of the galaxies, and in planetary systems of a plane of ecliptic. We see it in fractal geometry that planar fractals are prevalent and solid 3rd dimensional fractals are rare (do they exist at all other than the nautilus shell conjecture?). Perhaps I just dreamed up the most important fractal geometry conjecture to what extent does 3rd dimensional fractals exist?
But Nature seems more abundant with surface and area then it is with interiors and volume. Now the Maxwell Equations in the Faraday law is a bias towards surfaces and area whereas the Ampere law is a bias towards interior and volume and 3rd dimension with its magnetic field surrounding the current carrying wire. The shapes of most galaxies is the surface 2nd dimension shape and the elliptic galaxies are volume and 3rd dimension shape. But these preferences of shaped and dimension are tied to the Maxwell Equations.
So let me devote the 5th chapter of the 6th edition of this text to deriving all of mathematics out of the 5 axioms of physics.

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