What Can Economics Teach Us About General Relativity and Quantum Theory?

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In summary, economics can provide valuable insights into the complex and abstract concepts of general relativity and quantum theory. By applying economic principles such as supply and demand, cost-benefit analysis, and game theory, researchers have been able to better understand the behavior of particles and the dynamics of the universe. Additionally, economic models have been used to explain the formation of black holes and the evolution of the universe. This interdisciplinary approach has shed light on the fundamental laws of nature and has the potential to lead to groundbreaking discoveries in the future.
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Hi, I'm Richo. Not a physicist but an economist interested in general relativity, quantum theory, cosmology, and cosmogony. Look forward to participating in this forum.
 
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Would general relativity (axiom: spacetime is continuous) still work if we changed the axiom to:
spacetime is discrete (but each individual chunk of it is so incredibly small relative to a quark or gluon
that it makes no difference)?
 
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Thanks, gracy.
 
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