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AGPhil: Arbeitsgruppe Philosophie der Physik

AGPhil 10: General Topics I

AGPhil 10.2: Vortrag

Freitag, 3. April 2020, 11:30–12:00, H-HS III

Experimentally proven: An argument used to justify mythological concepts and entities in theoretical physics. — •Osvaldo Domann — Stephanstr. 42, 85077 Manching, Germany

Theoretical physics concentrates on building models that allow obtaining calculated data that match with experimental data, independent of the physical world. That explains the existence of fictitious particles like gluons, gravitons, dark matter, energy, etc. and fictitious variables like time dilation and length contraction. Once these fictitious entities are integrated in the standard model they lose their character of *transitory makeshift solutions* and become the starting point of new physical and philosophical models magnifying the mythology. The argument used to justify the fictitious entities is, that they are experimentally proven, not realizing that the apparent prove of their existence is a fallacy. The argument avoids that new models build on well proven physical interaction laws are pursued, models which can explain experimental data without fictitious entities. This shows the necessity to recognise when the argument 'Experimentally Proven' is a real justification or simply a fallacy to justify mythological concepts. More at: www.odomann.com

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