|Dec27-11, 06:16 PM||#1|
The Apocryphal Principles of Physics?
I had a decent amount of physics in my EE education but I've watched the Susskind lectures and learned that there are many fundamental principles I was never taught. Conservation of Information, Symmetry, the Cosmological Principle, Time Invarience. Many seem to be assumes (as Parity once was).
Are these "apocryphal" principles codified and enumerated anywhere (?) cause they sure weren't in my physics textbooks.
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