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socratus wrote:Socratus: Metaphysics ( science and religion)
Physics and Religion:
b) c/d=pi, R/N=k, E/M=c^2, h=0, c=0
Mathematics and Religion:
i^2= -1, e^ipi= -1
Biology and Religion:
Practice and Religion:
It really can't start with either one of those, though perhaps that what you meant with the Aristotle quote. Imagine someone starting their knowledge base with QM...How does one start there? It's hard enough for people who have already built up a bunch of tools to come at new knowledge.socratus wrote:Aristotle said that before physics the metaphysics existed.
How can we understand him today ?
Does knowledge begin from Newtonian classic physics or
from Planck’s quantum physics ?
So historically physics began with Newton, though Newton was also building on the ideas of others. And then no individual can begin with either QM or Newton. They can be flung at an infant, but I am not sure of the result. So on both the individual and historical levels, it seems to me you cannot begin with either one.socratus wrote:Historically the modern physics began from Newton and
electromagnetics theories and as result we came to conclusion
that the knowledge must be started from quantum’s theories.
Isn’t this our way?
Typist wrote:He's saying that there's three slices of pizza left in the frig if anybody wants them. You just have to be familiar with the equations.
I liked the irony in what I quoted above.
Modern phyics began with Newton and this led to starting knowledge from QM.
For me start and begin are synonyms.
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