These case studies are separated in four categories:
According to the existing experience, the various theories of physics include more or less some contradictions. The problem raised is whether the theories themselves are contradictory or if the system through which they are stated i.e. the language includes contradictions. The aim of these works is to show that the basic system of communication is contradictory and that the continuation of any research based on logic can be achieved only by means of "The claim for minimum contradictions".
In this category belong case studies in which "The claim for minimum contradictions" is based on Gödel's work while the unification of general relativity with quantum mechanics is achieved through a hypothesis stating the unification of physical meanings of the notions that result either from the general relativity theory or quantum mechanics. Besides the fact that case studies A provide the basis for all conclusions and interpretations for all case studies categories they are actually based on an arbitrary hypothesis (Gödel's hypothesis).
This arbitrariness is a basic reason for which the case studies of category C started.
These cases are based on the concept that in order for matter to exist it must have the "earlier-posterior" property in its whole extent.
The epistemological part of these cases is based on "The claim for minimum contradictions". The conclusions of these case studies are the same as with category A, but there is controversy for the validity of the concept they are based upon. This is a second reason, the first was mentioned during case studies A, for which there was an attempt for a case studies C.
Especially stressed is the important role for case studies B in order to reach to case studies C as will be further analyzed in studies B and C.
In this category belong all case studies in which "The claim for minimum contradictions" is formulated on the basis of a theorem that has similarities to the Gödel's work, but there are also several basic differences such as the non-existence of arbitrary assumptions as this can be seen in corresponding case studies.
The unification of general relativity with quantum mechanics is evident from "The claim for minimum contradictions" itself on the basis of the theorem mentioned. To be more specific the basis of "The claim for minimum contradictions" exhibits the common roots of general relativity with quantum mechanics while presenting its retraction through the logical necessary concept of stochastic space-time. The general theory that results on the basis of "The claim for minimum contradictions" and the theorem mentioned is a physics of minimum contradictions which under certain simplifications is compatible either with the general theory of relativity or quantum mechanics.
As can be seen through the relative case studies C, we conclude to the same results as case studies A and B.
In this category all case studies that pertain to technological applications of which the theoretical background are case studies categories A, B and C.
These technological applications are cold fusion, excess heat during the light water electrolysis as described by R. Mills or Ph. M. Kanarev and the propellant force of asymmetrical capacitors as expressed by the Biefeld-Brown effect and specifically by the patents of T. Brown, the Frolov's asymmetrical capacitors and the suggested pending patent of the writer (PCT/GR000020) relative to propellant force with asymmetrical capacitors with solid dielectric, wavy surface and zero potential casing.
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