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Quantonics' Quantum Remediation
English Language Problematics
Millennium III
by Doug Renselle
: 20Jul2002
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Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt a classical interpretation of 'physics' and remerq all quantum comtextual ¤ccurrences with 'physics.'

In classical contexts we shall use 'physics.' In Quantonics/quantum comtexts we shall use 'physics.'

We simply substitute an MT Extra font h-bar (h) character for legacy, classical 'h.'

Latin etymology for 'physics' is physica meaning literally "study of natural science." Classical 'physics' was borrowed from Latin physica about 1330. Latin physica was borrowed from Greek tà physiká, meaning literally "natural things" — a name given to Aristotle's treatises on nature — from neuter plural of physikós: of nature, from phusis: nature. Rephrased and reorganized from Barnhart's Dictionary of Etymology. In Latin "natural things" may be interpreted roughly as " rerum natura," or "...the rendering of objective things in nature." Latter carries a legacy classical dichotomy (of dichon(external, internal); SOM's metaphysical knife) where natural things are EEMD outside self. So in Greek we can see physics as episteme physiká, i.e., human knowledge (epistemology) of things/objects external to themselves.

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Classically, due ilks of Parmenides, Plato, Aristotle, Newton, Einstein, et al., nature is conceived as inanimate and immutable except for temporal motion. Thus they also conceive nature as stable (e.g., periodic, determinate), oppositional (thus providing for ideal/analytic objective negation — one of classicism's more fatuous and onerous 'logical' misconceptions — exemplified by Niels Bohr's "Contraria sunt complementa:" opposites are complementary), and lisr.

An example of what classical physicists do we offer here in a Jim Baggott quote from his The Meaning of Quantum Theory, "In order to obtain 'sensible' solutions of the wave equation for the hydrogen atom, it is necessary to restrict the range of functions that we will admit as acceptable. In particular, the acceptable functions must be single valued (only one value for a given set of coordinates), finite (no infinities) and continuous (no sudden breaks in the functions)." Page 24, of 1992 OxfUP paperback. Baggott's parentheticals.

This illustrates our penultimate paragraph's remarks exquisitely. To classicists, for reality to be sensible, it must be inanimate and immutable. Wave functions must be 'single valued.' See Banesh Hoffmann and Henri Louis Bergson quotes at that link - Doug 29Mar2005. Quantum reality must hold still for anthropocentric convenience of classical physicists. Classical physicists claim they can analytically, mathematically stop unstoppable quantum reality! Parmenides, Plato, Aristotle, Newton, Einstein, mathematicians, classical physicists, and classical thing-kers all have to stop reality to make it 'sensible' to them. Unfortunately for them, and fortunately for students of Quantonics, quantum reality is semper flux: always changæs amd changæs all. See our 2003-2006 A Quantum Pendulum.

In Quantonics we deny classical views of nature, and perceive nature rather as anihmatæ, emerscent (see emerscence, emerscenture, emerscitecture), inclusi¤nal, c¤mplementary, amd self-fractal/referent/sophist-c¤mpenetrating, where quantum sophism is anihmatæ EIMA evolute self-reference. (Ponder H5W philo-sophy means "love (philo) of wisdom (sophy)." Further weigh what m¤dular Planck-rate anihmati¤ns ¤f quantum s¤phisms suggest f¤r any physical m¤delings ¤f natural reality.)

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As we have said before, Greek language tends toward a semper quo noun/object/particulate rigidity, while Latin tends more to a classical verb-undulate/subject/wave functional/process action. Classical and modern 'physics' uses former in objectifying reality and latter in describing objective motion of objects as functions of homogeneous, analytic uni-time with time's underlying 'meaning' being a space-proxy of space/space or space rate.

In Quantonics quantons are anihmatæ medleys of ensehmble 'flavored, colored,' more qualitative quantum flux interrelati¤nships. (E.g., at¤ms are medley ensehmbles of pr¤t¤n, neutr¤n amd electr¤n quantum flux medley interrelati¤nships.)

So classically, 'physics' is about classical things, dichonic classical thing-king (CTMs), and material/physical body 'force' (i.e, strong, weak, electromagnetic, and gravitational) 'interactions' among substantial Aristotelian EEMD objects in a contrived space-time continuum. Readers may find it interesting that physics is natural, however physics uses mathematics to 'model' (analogize) nature mechanically. Even some physicists admit that "logical and physical" are decoherent classical notions. Compare this classical notion to physics' last ditch quantum mechanical notion of dichon(wave, particle) evolving into a classically decoherent both-and (a classical excluded-middle 'join') of both wave and particle. We see physics gradually migrating from either-or dichotomies toward quantum sophisms! Doug - 7Feb2007.

Quantonically, 'physics' is about quantons, quantonic think-king (QTMs), abs¤lute quantum c¤mplementary flux, and its ev¤lute ensehmble quantum pr¤cesses and their "flux is crux" EIMA interrelati¤nships.

You will hear classical 'physicists' make statements like, "...matter has a dual, either-or, nature and in some situations acts like waves..."

To us, in Quantonics, that statement unambiguously shows what Pirsig's MoQ means when it tells us that classicists have physically inverted evolutionary hierarchies of objective and subjective actualities. Classicists place objectives above subjectives. However, MoQ corrects that Aristotelian inversion and shows quantumists that subjective notions of reality are more highly evolved and evolving (EIMA anihmatæ) than objective notions (EEMD inanimate and immutable) of reality. Direct experience, "think-king being directly," and riding any nowing's edgings are interpretive, hermeneutic, indeed subjective quantum pr¤cessings.

As a result, you will hear quantum physialists say, "...waves have heterogeneous manifestations and in some comtexts apparently act like matter..."

Baggott tells us this about Schrödinger, "He therefore viewed an atomic electron not as a particle, but as a collection of wave disturbances..." Schrödinger may have been Earth's first quantum physialist, although he retained much classical baggage. See p. 25 of Baggott's The Meaning of Quantum Theory. Schrodinger, interpreted using our unique Quantonic perspectives, saw quantum reality as anihmatæ, heter¤gene¤us wave ensehmbles.

Our best, most well known, example of quantum EIMA interrelati¤nships is gravity and gravitation. Quantum gravity affects all reality via EIMA superluminal interrelati¤nships. Quantum gravity compenetrates (i.e., inter-/intra-penetrates) amd coinsides all scales of quantum reality. For discussions on this quantum examplar, do a search using Google on <Quantonics antigravity> to find several occurrences of our n¤vel treatments of quantum gravity. But guess what? Einstein made classical gravity and acceleration an identity: he said he had, "Unified gravity and acceleration." That folks is an example of Einstein's enormous hubris, arrogance, stupidity, and idiocy. See Doug's essay on "Why gravity is n¤t acceleration." Doug basically writes for you that he knows gravity and gravity isn't acceleration. Doug - 14Jan2009.

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