Sunday, June 9, 2019

Gravity from a minimal axiom set capable of describing dynamic systems

Abstract We did not anticipate finding gravity from a minimal axiom set capable of describing dynamic systems. The axiom set we chose to study and which we introduce in this essay assumes that space is discrete, assumes the existence of single fundamental particle and only two fundamental forces; one repulsive and the other attractive. It is only after deriving Newton’s law of gravity from an equation for calculating the combined effects of those forces acting between objects that we realized the equation described gravity. Also, one of the most interesting consequences of the model derived from our axiom set is that anisotropies in the structure of space would have played a major role in the formation of particles and material structures.


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