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e-Book On the Way to Understanding the Time Phenomenon: The Constructions of Time in Natural Science : Part 1 Interdisciplinary Time Studies (SERIES ON ADVANCES IN MATHEMATICS FOR APPLIED SCIENCES) (Pt. 1) epub download

e-Book On the Way to Understanding the Time Phenomenon: The Constructions of Time in Natural Science : Part 1 Interdisciplinary Time Studies (SERIES ON ADVANCES IN MATHEMATICS FOR APPLIED SCIENCES) (Pt. 1) epub download

Author: A P Levich
ISBN: 9810213603
Pages: 216 pages
Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc (June 1, 1995)
Language: English
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e-Book On the Way to Understanding the Time Phenomenon: The Constructions of Time in Natural Science : Part 1 Interdisciplinary Time Studies (SERIES ON ADVANCES IN MATHEMATICS FOR APPLIED SCIENCES) (Pt. 1) epub download

by A P Levich



The subject of this book is time, one of the small number of elusive essences of the world, unsubdued by human will. The three global problems of natural science, those of the origin of the Universe, life and consciousness, cannot be solved without finding out the nature of time.

The subject of this book is time, one of the small number of elusive essences of the world, unsubdued by human will. Without a good construction of time it is impossible to describe, to qualify, to forecast and The subject of this book is time, one of the small number of elusive essences of the world, unsubdued by human will

Time is considered as an independent entity which cannot be reduced to the . The point of discussion is the time flow conception of N A Kozyrev (1908-1983), an outstanding Russian astronomer and natural scientist.

Time is considered as an independent entity which cannot be reduced to the concept of matter, space or field.

Part 1 Interdisciplinary Time Studies (Series on Advances in Mathematics for Applied Sciences). Published June 1995 by World Scientific Publishing Company. Kozyrev, an outstanding astronomer and natural scientist, enriched the dynamic picture of the World by introducing a new entity, possessing "active properties" and coinciding with neither matter, nor field, nor space-time in its usual understanding.

Part 1. Interdisciplinary Time Studies. Singapore, New Jersey, London, Hong Kong: World Scientific. 1. About relative concept of time. 2. The basic definitions of the model and obtaining the classical kinematic relationships. 3. Obtaining the relationships of dynamics in the model. 4. Effects due to the statistical character of the model and correspondence to the traditional theory. 5. Relativistic generalization of the model. 6. Properties of time and possible improvements of the model. G. Backman's Conception of Organic Time and the Experience of its Application. The function of organic time.

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Time in science is an initial, undefinable concept In this first part of a series of articles we discuss the torsion geometry of. .On the Way to Understanding the Time Phenomenon: The Constructions of Time, in Natural Science

Time in science is an initial, undefinable concept. To measure time, it is sufficient to have physical clocks on the basis of gravitational or electromagnetic processes. The problems of time in natural science are the solved or unsolved problems of relativity theory In this first part of a series of articles we discuss the torsion geometry of biology, physics, cognition and perception. We discuss the relations with the non-linear morphomechanics of organisms and the integration of the body's chiralities. On the Way to Understanding the Time Phenomenon: The Constructions of Time, in Natural Science. Part 2. The Active Properties of Time According to N.

The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences" is the title of an article published in 1960 by the physicist Eugene Wigner

The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences" is the title of an article published in 1960 by the physicist Eugene Wigner. In the paper, Wigner observed that the mathematical structure of a physical theory often points the way to further advances in that theory and even to empirical predictions.

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The subject of this book is time, one of the small number of elusive essences of the world, unsubdued by human will. The three global problems of natural science, those of the origin of the Universe, life and consciousness, cannot be solved without finding out the nature of time. Without a good construction of time it is impossible to describe, to qualify, to forecast and to control various processes in the animate and inanimate nature. Special attention is paid to the ways of adequate inclusion of the properties of time in the derivation of the fundamental equations of motion for natural systems.