Dizhechko, Boris S.
December 5, 2023
Descartes, Cartesian physics, neo-Cartesian physics, Heisenberg inequality, Lorentz transformations, dark matter, dark energy
The Neo-Cartesian worldview generalizes modern physics. This worldview is based on Descartes’ identity of space and matter. According to this identity, space is matter, and matter is space, the fragments of which move relative to each other at a speed no greater than the speed of light. When the movement of these fragments is co- directed, a movement of space arises, which as such is not observable by our senses.
Electromagnetic waves are vibrations of space. Electric current is the movement of space associated with electrons, the excitation of which is transmitted through space at the speed of light. Explaining the equivalence of mass and energy by the existence of a flow of force on each corpuscle from the space of the Universe, the neo-Cartesian worldview creates a new paradigm in scientific knowledge aimed at overcoming the existing crisis in physics, namely at turning it into a unified theory that studies both micro- and macrophenomena .