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Its Embedded In The Symmetries He Assumes

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 1, 2003 15:24:51 UTC

All the laws of conservation come from symmetries as explained and maybe proven by Noether. So by using the shift and scale symmetry assumptions, he embeds the conservation laws associated with those symmetries in his theory from the start.

But he does one thing more that is quite clever. He assumes that he only knows a partial set of the entire set of data is known and does some relly good math to get the results of that assumption.

Unfortunately he was not the first. He just reproduced the very famous Fisher Sampling Theorem which is primarly used by pollsters to determine the outcome of an election based on a small sample of the voters.

But Freiden has also used Fisher's Sampling Theorem with some tricky, and controversal stuff of his own, to derive all the results that Dick gets plus thermodynamics.

It is VERY interesting that relativity and quantum mechanics can be derived from symmetries plus a sampling theorem. That says something fundamental about quantum mechanics. But Dick was not the first. Dick is very clever to do it all on his own, but is quite limited because he refuses to read any other work in his rather narrow field. He just got left behind.


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