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Is An Argument Part Of Math Or Logic

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 12, 2001 14:06:42 UTC

You claim to assume only math and logic. So which are you using when you argue that symmetry is required.

BTW, it's a step forward that you now admit to any assumptions. That was what originally turned me off so much.

My claim and I believe that of the other physicists on this forum is that your theory comes directly from your assumptions of symmetry.

You call them requirements. But I think the rest of us agree that the symmetries are assumptions.

The fact that you can get so much theory from just these symmetries is outstanding and deserves to be published in the same journals that Noether published. But you have to promote the fact that it's symmetry that is giving you the theory.

Do not claim that the symmetry is required. Just say that from these symmetries comes all this theory and you will get published.

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