In the Congress 2000, St. Petersburg ( Russia ) the following case study was presented "in absentia":
Â.1 A.A.Nassikas 1999. The Hypothesis of the Quantum Space Time - Aether and the Main Principles of Physics as Possible Consequences of a Unique Axiom.
This case study was presented by Russian Professor Dr P.F.Parshin who noticed that a wave function that was extrapolated on the basis of Fourier's analysis presented an obscurity. P.F. Parshin was one of the pioneers to question the relativity theory - member of the Editorial Board of Gallilean Electrodynamics and co-founder of "Gallilean Electrodynamics-East". After a long collaboration with P.F.Parshin a solution was found to the problem that resulted and that is how the following case study occurred:
Â.2 A.A.Nassikas and P.F.Parshin, 2000. On the Possibility of a Unique Axiom in Physics. a) Congress 2000, St. Petersburg, Russia. b) Galilean Electrodynamics- East, Special Issues II, 2001.
This paper is published here by the permission of Dr C. Whitney editor of "Gallilean Electrodynamics"
P.F. Parshin had passed away when case study B.2 was published. His contribution was decisive for the final configuration of type B case studies matter that greatly affected case studies C. With this report a wish is expressed to honor the memory of this significant man and scientist. Basic concept of these case studies is that in order for something to exist it must be spotted in space and time. In order for a material area to exist it must have the "earlier-posterior" property in the whole of it extent. As noted in previous case studies the "earlier-posterior" property do not only regard time but also space. When we refer to 10cm, we actually refer to the 1, 2, 3, ..,9 cm meaning the existence of "earlier-posterior". Based on these, the following principles can be stated:
Principle ÉÂ: "Any matter system can be expressed in space-time terms."
Principle ÉÉÂ: "In the Hypothetical Measuring Field (HMF) the energy of an infinitesimal space-time element is equivalent to its internal time."
It is obvious that principle IIB is identical to principle IIA of category A case studies.
Over and above principle IB, IIB, prove the common descent of relativity with quantum mechanics, meaning under some simplification both relativity and quantum mechanics can be derived. The wave function Ø results without previous knowledge of quantum mechanics but directly through the Fourier analysis. Cases B.1, B.2 constitute the starting point for type C case studies but are based on a concept that could include some controversy.
Actually by case studies like these if something exists it ought to be countable, a result to be expressed in terms of "earlier-posterior" and further in space-time terms.
This could actually be substantial and countable through a meaning of absolute space where different material elements correspond to coordinates, without space-time constituting the fundamental category of nature. A general concept was quested that could exclude doubt and which could have as results, laws of physics.