Mechanics / Electrodynamics
October 4, 2012
From the limitation of acceleration to the finding of the world formula, a central theme runs through the whole of physics: the dialectics of circle and hyperbola. First, the relativistic laws of force of free-fall and rotation can be represented in a hyperbola compressed by the classic laws of force (fig 1) or a compressed circle. The analysis of this relation between circle and hyperbola then leads to the world formula and the theory of everything. These are the cornerstones of a new physics whose basis is the dialectics of circle and hyperbola. Formal logic, which provides the basis for physical theories now, cannot tolerate such contradictions. In loop quantum gravitation, physicists subordinate the gravitational field under quantum field theory, thus abolishing gravitation, which is an assault on physics and is
bound to fail right from the start. This shows that new physics has no alternative. This does not mean that formal logic can be discarded. It is urgently needed for mathematical
proofs but is, however, not suitable for describing the world.