We are currently working on the problems that arise at the intersection of physics and philosophy. Questions we are asking include, ‘What is time?’, ‘Does locality exist?’, ‘Is there free-will?’, ‘Why does QM coherence seem to apply, but not to macroscopic objects?’ Applying the cordus idea gives some interestingly novel perspectives to these problems.
We have addressed the time issue, and published a paper on that topic. Likewise for coherence, and again locality.
The results are interesting for the new insights they bring. They are also radical, and challenge the orthodox interpretations. That radical attribute can be problematic: We submitted the time paper to a journal, and received a cutting rejection from the reviewers, so that hasn’t got much further! Well, we keep trying.
Next we are looking at FREE-WILL. We have done some preliminary work, and I think we can add novel insights there too.
- Limits of Coherence (cordus.wordpress.com)
- What really is time? (cordus.wordpress.com)
- The Historical Bifurcation Between Science and Philosophy (sdcojai.wordpress.com)