John Harland and Andrius Kulikauskas lead the Math 4 Wisdom study group for

Physics

edit SideBar

Welcome

Andrius Kulikauskas presents:

John Harland's Research Program


Goal

John Harland seeks to contribute to a more solid or plausible ontological foundation for physics.


Research Question

Does an apparent time factor of {$\frac{1}{2}$} arise in comparing classical and quantum unitary representations of relativistic dynamical systems?


Key Concepts

Evolution

Learnability

Agency hierarchy

Culling

Superluminality

Editing histories

Backwards and forwards

Unitary

Relativity

Local and nonlocal


Progression of Topics

I. Lie Groups

II. Spin {$\frac{1}{2}$} and {$SU(2)$}

III. Unitary representations of Lorentz group

IV. Dirac equation

V. Unitary representations of free, relativistic, quantum-mechanical, point particle

VI. Relation between IV and V

VII. Time factor

Does an apparent time factor of {$\frac{1}{2}$} arise in comparing classical and quantum unitary representations of relativistic dynamical systems?



Additional notes by Andrius Kulikauskas about John Harland's thinking

Edit - Upload - History - Print - Recent changes
Search:
This page was last changed on December 25, 2023, at 06:54 PM