Sagar Gorijala

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Is "Fundamental Theory Of Existence" valid?

Fundamental Theory Of Existence.
Fundamental Theory Of Existence.

I developed “FTOE “after reading

Prof. Stephen Hawking's

“A BRIEF HISTORY OF TIME ".

FTOE is Fundamental Theory Of Existence.

Fundamental Theory Of Existence.

1. Zero cannot exist as denominator.

2. Anything cannot be created out of nothingness, only change of
form is possible and change is everywhere.

3. Anything cannot be destroyed into nothingness, only change of
form is possible and change is everywhere.

4. Existence of anything cannot be infinite.

5. There is no beginning and an end to the existence of the World.

6. There are finite absolute laws.

7. Velocity of light is relative.

8. There are three dimensions and three dimensions only.

9.Time Travel is impossible.

10.Tan 90 cannot exist.

11. God(s) cannot exist.

Is this valid?

http://sagargorijala.blogspot.in/

  • Feb 25 2013: 1. Zero cannot exist as denominator.
    Yes it can, but it usually means you have arrived at an illegal point in your theory

    2. Anything cannot be created out of nothingness
    No, something is created out of nothing all the time. It is allowed by quantum theory and has been shown to actually happen, however, normally at the macroscopic level this is true.

    3. Anything cannot be destroyed into nothingness
    Yes and no. At the quantum level, things that are created from nothing must disappear before they can be measured else they contravene one or more of the conservation laws, but normally, at the macroscopic level, this is true.

    4. Existence of anything cannot be infinite.
    Right now, the universe seems to be flat (ie open) so its existence into the eternally distant future seems possible.

    5. There is no beginning and an end to the existence of the World.
    The world was created 4.5 billion years ago, the universe 13.72 billion years ago. The world will end when the sun expands at the end of its life (fuel source) into a red giant and consumes it back to plasma.. So no. the world is not everlasting

    6. There are finite absolute laws.
    Yes, but none of them make sense to our "common sense"

    7. Velocity of light is relative.
    Not in a vacuum but under special circumstances it can be manipulated (see Bose Condensates)

    8. There are three dimensions and three dimensions only.
    Not if string theory is correct. It postulates 10 and in fact the math only works with 10.

    9.Time Travel is impossible.
    It is not ruled out by physics, but seems to be in one direction only. At the quantum level, particles have more freedom but we are more constrained.

    10.Tan 90 cannot exist.
    No, it is undefined (ratio of the leg to the hypotenuse with no hypotenuse is a silly question), but I fail to see how this isolated fact is relevant

    11. God(s) cannot exist
    They don't have to exist. I would not like to live in a universe with them. Other than that it doesn't matter.
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      Feb 25 2013: My theory is the opposite of your description or close to it, I guess. If creation happens at microscopic level can it happen in our brain and hamper its working condition? How come huge universe come out of nothing if creation happens at microscopic level? Only because big bang is dated it doesn't mean World/Universe had a beginning and there was nothing before that... Simply because we can't see behind our backs it doesn't mean laws break at that point... Singularities? Does it make sense? I honestly accept your comment and that is why this theory came into existence... pointing to a different reality from presumptions accepted so far.
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    Mar 4 2013: No but 2 and 3
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    Feb 25 2013: 4. Existence of anything cannot be infinite.

    5. There is no beginning and an end to the existence of the World.

    According to 4... Space and/or Time are finite. Also time is never absolute i.e; Time is always relative and can never be infinite.

    According to 5... Creation and Destruction are impossible.

    Let us just say that creation is possible...

    Is creation possible everywhere?
    Is creation possible all the time?
    Is creation possible in all proportions?
    Is creation possible for everything that is not bound to any rules?
    Is creation possible such that every second some new thing/world/universe gets created?

    If there is a creation and starting point is EVENT X... common question... What happened before X-event? why then? why not now? why not everywhere, all the time and in all proportions?

    If there is no beginning and NOW is considered as EVENT X... common question... What happened before X? What is the first event? When did the first event, EVENT X start?

    According to XY=1 neither X nor Y can be zero so 1/0 is impossible so creation and destruction are impossible so
    no beginning no ending

    5. There is no beginning and an end to the existence of the World.
    is correct because 1/0 is not possible.
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    Feb 25 2013: Many pointed out that 4 and 5 contradict that is why I added a statement in the description... One postulate suggests space and/or time is finite and other suggests time is relative and can never be infinity or to say space is timeless
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    Feb 24 2013: Sagar, TED Lover addressed most of the questions .. except tan 90. I believe that tan 90 does exist but cannot be defined. It is best explained by "Dr Math" on the web with examples.

    That God (s) cannot exist ... gotta go further with that one. We have over time worshiped many things ... including todays society and the love and worship of money. If you accept that worship exists then you must also accept that there is something to worship regardless if it is tangiable or intangible.

    Is a God essential ... that must be a personal decision. Will thosde who do not believe in a God perish ... not recently .. well at least not from being a non-believer.

    I wish you well. Bob.
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    Feb 24 2013: 1. For as long as zero means what it means to humans today, then it cannot be a meaningful denominator. But should the definition of zero be expanded, the rules of math could change to accommodate it.

    2 + 3: I will hesitantly go along as worded, but only because I am reading something into the statements that you did not address. If I'm wrong, then you're wrong.

    Aren't 4 & 5 an oxymoron when appearing together?

    4: If you speak of "physical" reality, then it is finite. But if you speak of reality, then it's unlikely. Much of reality appears to exist in a way where time is not relevant, so words like finite and infinite are meaningless there. (just as Tan 90 is meaningless in the physical world, or just as the question of is the number 3 hungry.

    7. Velocity of light is relative

    8: I'm pretty sure that Hawking didn't say that there are 3 and 3 dimensions only. I know it's been a while since I read the book, and I know that I'm not a great fan of his, but this doesn't sound like him because he knows better.

    9: Time Travel impossible? It's hard for me to imagine, but I'm not yet willing to count it out. I'm just not educated enough to say either yes or no, so I'll remain agnostic. that's a question for future generations. I expect it, though not in the way our modes of movement now dictate.

    11. Hawking doesn't really say that God cannot exist - at least in the book you mention. He is known to have recently made a big announcement, where he said that God is not essential for the universe to exist - which is true, but that's not the same thing as saying that God or gods cannot exist.
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    Feb 24 2013: I hope you guys will visit my blog, read it and then help me out with it being valid or not.
    http://sagargorijala.blogspot.in/