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