Theory of Interaction by Eugene Savov

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In summary, the conversation discusses the concept of finite objects and the need for new mathematics to deal with discrete objects. It also touches on the use of Calculus as a tool for approximation and its limitations in representing physical reality.
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The real objects are finite as shown in the book Theory of Interaction by Eugene Savov - http://www.eugenesavov.com

Then what is the sense to consider arbitrary large or small quantities?

Is there a need for new mathematics dealing with discrete (finite) objects?
 
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Are you claiming that Calculus does not work? There's one heck of lot of engineering that has been developed using Calculus.

OF COURSE there is no such thing as actual, physical "infinity" or "infinitesmal": mathematicians have been saying that for centuries.

That's completely irrelevant to the fact that approximating very large things (or large numbers of things) by infinity and approximating very small things by "infinitesmal" simplifies the calculation enormously.
 
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OF COURSE there is no such thing as actual, physical "infinity" or "infinitesmal": mathematicians have been saying that for centuries.
Calculus (mathematics) is a TOOL. It does not necessarily represent physical reality.
 
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If we were to include the physics of the vanishingly small in all calculations, we might encounter an infinity of (or at least, many incompatible) interpretations, each uniquely describing a local physics.
 

1. What is the Theory of Interaction by Eugene Savov?

The Theory of Interaction by Eugene Savov is a scientific theory that aims to explain how different particles and forces in the universe interact with each other. It is based on the fundamental principles of quantum mechanics and relativity.

2. What are the key components of this theory?

The key components of the Theory of Interaction include the four fundamental forces in nature: gravity, electromagnetism, strong nuclear force, and weak nuclear force. It also involves the concept of elementary particles and their interactions.

3. How does this theory differ from other theories of interaction?

This theory differs from other theories of interaction, such as the Standard Model, in that it attempts to unify all four fundamental forces into one single framework. It also proposes the existence of additional particles and interactions that have not yet been observed.

4. What evidence supports the Theory of Interaction?

While the Theory of Interaction is still in its early stages and requires further research and experimentation, some evidence that supports it includes the successful predictions made by the theory, such as the existence of the Higgs boson, and the unification of gravity with the other three forces.

5. How does the Theory of Interaction contribute to our understanding of the universe?

The Theory of Interaction provides a comprehensive framework for understanding the fundamental interactions that govern the universe. It also helps to bridge the gap between the macroscopic world described by classical mechanics and the microscopic world described by quantum mechanics.

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