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which one must expect if all events of the particular sequence have happened.
For a current event, that which may or must happen in the immediate future
is in general
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of phenomenon. Time should not be introduced primarily mathematically as a
continuum of numbers but in the grouping of present, past, and future which
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from the fact, as repeatedly emphasized, that thereby the distinction of the
respective present is not explained) here lies the circle that the initial state of
the u
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In astronomical observations one uses the luminosity distance DL , which is
obtained from the absolute luminosity L and the apparen
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particle conforms to the laws of probability, but the probability itself is propagated in accordance with the law of causality (Jammer, p. 40)
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ornitz)
where we have included the constants in (6.23) and (6.24) (G is the gravitational constant). The constant K has the value K = 1 for a closed, K =
9.2 The semantic consistency of quantum theory
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the dual rule for the change of .13 No contradiction arises if we follow these
simple arguments. But we can now see that the name state for is mislea
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theory were justified, then at that time it was legitimate to predict an average
increase in entropy for events which were then in the future. If afterwards
this incr
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attain a precise meaning only after an accurate specification of what must be
understood under object, environment, state, quantity, change,
A sucient mathematical c
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with large p. The sharpness of the rest mases ought then to manifest itself as
the distinction of certain values of p. Only if such values are distinguished c
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The question then was from which classical theory one ought to start. For
matter one started with classical point mechanics and obtained throu
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sacrifice of the basic concept of facticity. We present this emerging theory of
events as a thesis, but in the guise of a fairy tale.
An event in the strict sense is a pre
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ornitz)
To think of quantum information in such an abstract manner has scarcely
been considered in physics thus far. But this is now on the agenda, as it
7.4 Cosmology and the theory of relativity
203
would a human being find the universe such as we know it? without asking
about the conditions that humans can exist at all. If the universe such as
we fi
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to interpret general relativity as a theory of local deviations from what is to
a first approximation smooth, unperturbed cosmology
7.3 Documents
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new will happen; the detailed prediction depends then only on the presently
neglected influence of the environment. On the other hand, the assumption
of the pot standing there undist
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which one may disregard, in a certain approximation, the noncommutativity.
But we do not follow Neumanns leveling assumption (Sect. 9.1h) that
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135
In Sect. 5.4e we found arguments for the conjecture that, at least in electrodynamics, the value of the coupling constant depends on the value of the
rest mass. This quest
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is a complete alternative, if we only interpret both concepts broadly enough.
Particles or bodies are localized objects; fields, especially waves, are s
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system is to be interpreted. From the original Kant-Laplace nebula where
hydrodynamic and chemical processes occur, there ultimately emerge separate
planets, acting upo
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Decomposing the representation 2D1/2
of SU (2) into its irreducible
components, we obtain a ClebschGordan series of the follow
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information Ik measures the newsworthiness of the event xk if a decision
produces just this value xk . An event that has occurred is the less newsworthy,
the more likel
6.3 Relativistic particles
lvac =
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f 1, 3, p[1] f 2, 4, p[2] |
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p[1] p[2]
where the sums over p[1] and p[2] extend in each case from zero to infinity.
Clea
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1. Finding the field equations,
2. determining the constant .
1) As in other theories we expect the form of the equation to be already
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