17536 | If it can't be expressed mathematically, it can't occur in nature? |
17545 | Quantum theory shows that exact science does not need dogmatic realism |
17538 | Quantum theory does not introduce minds into atomic events |
17534 | A 'probability wave' is a quantitative version of Aristotle's potential, a mid-way type of reality |
17553 | We can retain the idea of 'substance', as indestructible mass or energy |
17544 | Basic particles have a mathematical form, which is more important than their substance |
17550 | We give a mathematical account of a system of natural connections in order to clarify them |
6552 | You can only explain the qualities of large objects using entities which lack those qualities |
17549 | Seven theories in science: mechanics, heat, electricity, quantum, particles, relativity, life [PG] |
17540 | Energy is that which moves, and is the substance from which everything is made |
17541 | Energy is an unchanging substance, having many forms, and causing all change |
17548 | Maxwell introduced real fields, which transferred forces from point to point |
17533 | Radiation interference needs waves, but radiation photoelectric effects needs particles |
17532 | An atom's stability after collisions needs explaining (which Newton's mechanics can't do) |
17537 | Position is complementary to velocity or momentum, so the whole system is indeterminate |
17551 | It was formerly assumed that electromagnetic waves could not be a reality in themselves |
17543 | So-called 'empty' space is the carrier of geometry and kinematics |
17552 | In relativity the length of the 'present moment' is relative to distance from the observer |