A Muggle’s Bibliothek

The
restoration
of
the
Pontifical
Academy
of
Sciences
in
1936
by
Pius
XI
served
to
reconcile
science
with
faith.
In
other
words,
physics
should
be
made
subservient
to
faith.
The
spiritual
shepherd
nourishes
his
sheep
using
paradoxes.
For
example,
the
immaculate
conception
served
for
centuries.
But
this
belief
isn‘t
time
relevant
anymore. Better is a beliefe based on mathematics.
Modern
physics
is
characterized
by
a
number
of
paradoxes
that
can
be
traced
back
to
the
incorrect
use
of
mathematical
means
of
expression in a closed system.
Now,
out
of
concern
for
the
common
house,
Pope
Francis
has
released
the
connection
to
a
closed
theory
with
the
groundbreaking
sentence:
"In
this
universe
made
up
of
open
systems
that
communicate
with
one
another,
we
can
discover
innumerable
forms
of
relationship and participation."
Now
we
are
any
more
looking
relativistically
at
the
cosmos
as
a
symmetric
blown
up
ball.
We
are
going back to a real view of an energy dissipative world.
Read
how
we
build
on
the
successes
of
physics
in
the
19th
century
and
apply
the
ideas
of
Iljy
Prigogine
on
the
thermodynamics
of
open
systems
to
dynamic
vortex
structures
in
an
open
cosmos.
Mechanics,
thermodynamics
and
electrodynamics
merge
with
Maxwell's
and
Stokes'
equations
to
form
a
unit
and
the
paradoxes
disappear
wonderfully
and
we
now
recognize
that
a
projection
of
a
real
vortex
filament
into a plane gave rise to the idea of an abstract quantum mechanical wave function.
This
gives
us
simple
physics
from
the
macrocosm
to
the
microcosm,
free
of
contradictions,
and
we
learn
how nuclear fusion really works.
This opens up a clean, CO2-free, effective energy source for us in the future.
The
book
assumes
a
basic
mathematical
and
scientific
understanding,
as
it
should
be
conveyed
in
high
schools, but complicated mathematical derivations are largely dispensed with.

last
revision:
12/18/2023
16/2021

A Muggle’s Bibliothek

© Dr. Ing. Dipl Phys. M. Hüfner 2014

last revision: 01/16/2023

Muggle’s Library

© Dr. Ing. Dipl Phys. M. Hüfner 2014

winden konnte.

The
restoration
of
the
Pontifical
Academy
of
Sciences
in
1936
by
Pius
XI
served
to
reconcile
science
with
faith.
In
other
words,
physics
should
be
made
subservient
to
faith.
The
spiritual
shepherd
nourishes
his
sheep
using
paradoxes.
For
example,
the
immaculate
con-
ception
served
for
centuries.
But
this
belief
isn‘t
time
relevant
anymore.
Better
is
a
beliefe
based
on mathematics.
Modern
physics
is
characterized
by
a
number
of
paradoxes
that
can
be
traced
back
to
the
incorrect
use
of
mathematical
means
of
expression in a closed system.
Now,
out
of
concern
for
the
common
house,
Pope
Francis
has
released
the
connection
to
a
closed
theory
with
the
groundbreaking
sentence:
"In
this
universe
made
up
of
open
systems
that
communicate
with
one
another,
we
can
discover
innumerable
forms
of
relationship
and
participation."
Now
we
are
any
more
looking
relativistically
at
the
cosmos
as
a
symmetric
blown
up
ball.
We
are
going
back
to
a
real
view
of
an
energy dissipative world.
Read
how
we
build
on
the
successes
of
physics
in
the
19th
century
and
apply
the
ideas
of
Iljy
Prigogine
on
the
thermodynamics
of
open
systems
to
dynamic
vortex
structures
in
an
open
cosmos.
Mechanics,
thermodynamics
and
electrodynamics
merge
with
Maxwell's
and
Stokes'
equations
to
form
a
unit
and
the
paradoxes
disappear
wonderfully
and
we
now
recognize
that
a
projection
of
a
real
vortex
filament
into
a
plane
gave
rise
to
the
idea
of
an
abstract
quantum mechanical wave function.
This
gives
us
simple
physics
from
the
macrocosm
to
the
microcosm,
free
of
contradictions,
and
we
learn
how
nuclear
fusion
really works.
This
opens
up
a
clean,
CO
2
-free,
effective
energy
source
for
us
in
the future.
The
book
assumes
a
basic
mathematical
and
scientific
understanding,
as
it
should
be
conveyed
in
high
schools,
but
complicated mathematical derivations are largely dispensed with.

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book
is
published
by
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