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Origin Of Unification Principle.

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Posted by Alexander on January 18, 2002 02:24:16 UTC

Harvey, you wrote in a thread below:
Alex,

I noticed you ignored the other principles, but no matter, you didn't demonstate that unification is a mathematical outcome. Mathematicians also use the principle of unification. The concept is that there is some means by which to tie two or more concepts such as that they reduce to one fundamental concept. It is framework by which to consider problems, it is not a theorem in mathematics (if it is, I would like to know the theorem).

Warm regards, Harv


I disagree. Common origin of seemingly different phenomena (say, electricity, magnetizm and light all mathematically originate from electric charge)is the reason we call them (electricity, magnetizm, light, radiowaves, gamma rays, etc) unified.

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