Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy, Vol 13, No 1 (2017)

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Paper 2: Practical Application of the Composite Modeling Units, and an Exercise on Emulating the Mathematics of Time Dilation in a Relative Velocity or Gravity Situation

Luigi Gian Luca Nicolini


Paper 1 suggests intuitively that as humans, we must continue to investigate physical Objects by our natural Geometry. At the same time, we may want to explore a Nongeometric tool to check some other aspects. The two positions presume two distinct scopes and two independent Logics, so they are not conflictual, and we should be able to form a single consistent picture (no-strange-things criterion).

In Paper 2, we enter the technique of NBM more systematically. The text below comes from a compromise, as we want to make as clear as possible any assumption which hides into the Model. At the same time, we want it to remain a very straight and practical tool, so we formulate it in term of Rules, Procedures, and lists of instructions.

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