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LIE-ISOTOPIC AND LIE-ADMISSIBLE TREATMENTS OF EXTENDED PARTICLES AND THEIR ISODUALS FOR EXTENDED ANTIPARTICLES

  • Ruggero Maria Santilli
Part of the Fundamental Theories of Physics book series (FTPH, volume 151)

Abstract

The mathematics and physics of the 20-th century essentially performed the reduction of the entire universe to exterior dynamical systems (Definition 1.3.1), consisting of closed, isolated and reversible systems of constituents abstracted as being point-like while moving in vacuum under sole action-at-a-distance potential interactions.

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Nonconservative Force Noninertial Frame Mutual Penetration Isotopic Element Conventional Mathematic 
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