A Muggle’s Bibliothek
    Physicists    think    processes    backward    independent    of    time without    an    alternative.    Engineers    are    used    to    comparing variants   and   looking   for   the   easiest   way   in   time-dependent development processes. But    the    cosmos    is    undeniably    subject    to    a    process    of development with becoming and passing away. Based   on   the   philosophy   of   nature,   the   book   develops   a   new understanding   of   the   physical   world   and   shows   the   logical contradictons   of   modern   physics.   The   relationship      between the   observer   and   the   object   of   observation   is   discussed   in   a dialogue   with   nature.   The   ideans   behind   the   physikal   theories that   led   to   the   priest   Lemaitre‘s   Big   Bang   hypthesis   and   their logical errors are explainded. Although   the   big   bang   was   refuted   by   the   practical   results   of space   travel   in   the   second   half   of   the   20th   century,   the   astrophysicists   hold   fast   to   the   mechanistic world view and stubbornly deny the electrodynamics of the cosmos. Has modern physics really become a maid of theology in the embrace of the Catholic Church, as Pope Pius X. demanded in his encyclical of 1907 against modernity? On   the   basis   of   the   physical   measurement   system,   the   basics   of   physics   are   explained   and   the relationship   between   measurement   and   the   object   to   be   measured   is   considered.   The   cause   of   the force   between   the   positive   and   negative   charge   of   proton   and   electron   is   seen   in   an   open   system that    is    far    from    the    thermodynamic    equilibrium.    This    perspective    allows    the    structure, maintenance and destruction of a structure to be explained using entropy. The   structure   of   the   cosmos   can   then   be   understood   as   an   electrical   network   based   on   Maxwell's equations   from   the   atom   to   the   largest   cosmic   structures.   In   this   way,   electrodynamics   and   optics, as   well   as   plasma   physics,   become   the   basis   of   this   new   intergalactic   world   view.   Such   a   view   of the   world   can   already   explain   many   of   the   phenomena   discovered   from   space   travel,   which   seem extremely   puzzling   to   the   conventional   mechanical-gravitational   world   view   of   astrophysicists and   by   means   of   a   number   of   exotic   constructs   such   as   black   holes   and   neutron   stars,   dark   matter, antimatter and dark energy be explained by them. The book is based on over two hundred mostly primary sources of literature. It requires an open mind and a basic knowledge of mathematics and classical physics, as high schools should convey.
last revision:  10/20/2020
A Muggle’s Bibliothek
© Dr. Ing. Dipl Phys. M. Hüfner 2014
winden konnte.

Modern Astrophysics meets Engineering

On the Reformation of Physics

The physical world view  between reality and surrealism
last revision:  10/20/2020
 Muggle’s Library
© Dr. Ing. Dipl Phys. M. Hüfner 2014
winden konnte.

Modern Astrophysics Meets

Engineering

On the Reformation of Physics

Physics  between Reality and Surrealism
Physicists      think      processes      backward independent       of       time       without       an alternative.      Engineers      are      used      to comparing    variants    and    looking    for    the easiest         way         in         time-dependent development processes. But   the   cosmos   is   undeniably   subject   to   a process    of    development    with    becoming and passing away. Based    on    the    philosophy    of    nature,    the book   develops   a   new   understanding   of   the physical    world    and    shows    the    logical contradictons     of     modern     physics.     The relationship      between   the   observer   and   the object    of    observation    is    discussed    in    a dialogue   with   nature.   The   ideans   behind the   physikal   theories   that   led   to   the   priest Lemaitre‘s   Big   Bang   hypthesis   and   their logical errors are explainded. Although   the   big   bang   was   refuted   by   the   practical   results   of   space   travel   in   the   second half   of   the   20th   century,   the   astrophysicists   hold   fast   to   the   mechanistic   world   view   and stubbornly deny the electrodynamics of the cosmos. Has   modern   physics   really   become   a   maid   of   theology   in   the   embrace   of   the   Catholic Church, as Pope Pius X. demanded in his encyclical of 1907 against modernity? On   the   basis   of   the   physical   measurement   system,   the   basics   of   physics   are   explained and   the   relationship   between   measurement   and   the   object   to   be   measured   is   considered. The   cause   of   the   force   between   the   positive   and   negative   charge   of   proton   and   electron is    seen    in    an    open    system    that    is    far    from    the    thermodynamic    equilibrium.    This perspective    allows    the    structure,    maintenance    and    destruction    of    a    structure    to    be explained using entropy. The   structure   of   the   cosmos   can   then   be   understood   as   an   electrical   network   based   on Maxwell's    equations    from    the    atom    to    the    largest    cosmic    structures.    In    this    way, electrodynamics   and   optics,   as   well   as   plasma   physics,   become   the   basis   of   this   new intergalactic   world   view.   Such   a   view   of   the   world   can   already   explain   many   of   the phenomena    discovered    from    space    travel,    which    seem    extremely    puzzling    to    the conventional   mechanical-gravitational   world   view   of   astrophysicists   and   by   means   of   a number    of    exotic    constructs    such    as    black    holes    and    neutron    stars,    dark    matter, antimatter and dark energy be explained by them. The   book   is   based   on   over   two   hundred   mostly   primary   sources   of   literature.   It   requires an   open   mind   and   a   basic   knowledge   of   mathematics   and   classical   physics,   as   high schools should convey.