DOI: 10.14704/nq.2019.17.4.2023

No Calculation in Stupor: Beauty as Infinite Surprise

Massimo Cocchi, Gabrielli Fabio

Abstract


Space and time, in physics, concern every mathematical model that merges the three dimensions of space and that of time into a single four-dimensional continuum.
Within this continuum the life and dream of men are realized, desires and emotions are realized, ambitions and disappointments are realized.
Is it really so necessary, from an exquisitely existential point of view, to frame these feelings in strict mathematical laws?
Is it really so necessary, always from an existential point of view, to look for explanations to define the quantum aspects that would regulate the unknown side, until recently, of creation between waves and particles?

Keywords


physics, mathematical model, consciousness

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