Chapter 9: Fundamental Physics


Section 1: The Problems of Physics

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Section 2: The Notion of Reversibility

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Section 3: Irreversibility and the Second Law of Thermodynamics

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Section 4: Conserved Quantities and Continuum Phenomena

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Section 5: Ultimate Models for the Universe

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Section 6: The Nature of Space

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Section 7: Space as a Network

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Section 8: The Relationship of Space and Time

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Section 9: Time and Causal Networks

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Section 10: The Sequencing of Events in the Universe

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Section 11: Uniqueness and Branching in Time

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Section 12: Evolution of Networks

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Section 13: Space, Time and Relativity

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Section 14: Elementary Particles

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Section 15: The Phenomenon of Gravity

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Section 16: Quantum Phenomena

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From Stephen Wolfram: A New Kind of Science [citation]