The End of Space-time

Physics-Mathematics

Authors

  • Amrit Šorli Bijective Physics Institute
  • Štefan Čelan Scientific Researcg Centre Bistra, Ptuj, Slovenia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14331/ijfps.2020.330139

Keywords:

space-time, time-invariant space, entropy, bijective research methodology

Abstract

In bijective modeling, the physical reality is represented by the set X, the model of physical reality by the set Y. Every element in the set X has exactly one correspondent element in the set Y. Set X and set Y are related by the bijective function f : X -> Y. Bijective modeling is confirming that time is the duration of given system entropy increasing in time-invariant space.

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Author Biographies

Amrit Šorli, Bijective Physics Institute

Amrit S. Šorli is the founder and the director of a private research organization “Bijective Physics Institute – BPI”. He developed a bijective research methodology based on the bijective function of set theory. His main research subjects are the foundations of physics, time, gravity, superfluid quantum space, the Theory of Relativity, and cosmology. He published around 60 research articles and 10 books.

Štefan Čelan, Scientific Researcg Centre Bistra, Ptuj, Slovenia

Štefan Čelan is the founder and the director of Scientific Research Centre Bistra. In 2019, ZRS Bistra Ptuj received the title of Regiostars Winner for the most innovative project in the competition of 28 countries in the EU. He holds a Ph.D. in chemical technology and also has an interest in the foundations of physic, gravity, and cosmology. In addition to expert articles published in foreign and domestic scientific journals, the co-author and co-owner of several patents. With two patents, he appeared at international patent and innovation fairs in Geneva and Nuremberg and received silver medals. He has been named Industry Innovator of the Year several times.

 

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Published

2020-12-14

How to Cite

Šorli, A., & Čelan, Štefan. (2020). The End of Space-time: Physics-Mathematics. International Journal of Fundamental Physical Science, 10(4), 31-34. https://doi.org/10.14331/ijfps.2020.330139

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