Abstract or Introduction

This work is a simple straightforward investigation of the realm of numbers in conjunction with the physical world, from a perspective capable of encompassing all major findings already known in this field and rediscovered in this paper as for example Schrodinger’s Equation (Sec3) and Lorentz Transforms (both having as origin the main matrix), or for the first time discovered in this paper as for example the “non primes” primes conjectures, Sec12. In this context, some old findings that were not understood (as for example the Vacuum Catastrophe Sec9, or some aspects regarding the zeta function Secs17 to 22 and 28, or Goldbach’s Conjecture and Poncelet’s Drawings Secs26,27,28) receive a meaning, and a few relatively recent findings regarding the Universe are reinterpreted. All these findings, old or new, are inter connecting components of a unique reality that includes (and has as its driving and unifying force) the observer.

The basic constituents of this paper are a few interrelated naturally repeatedly occurring numerical patterns. One of these patterns (that plays a central skeletal role in this paper) is a remarkable infinite double sequence called the main sequence. The components of these numerical patterns in particular the components of the main sequence, which are numbers (in a generalized sense, with undefined ambiguous significance, i.e., capable of taking various concrete meanings in various concrete situations, or remaining just numbers), have not only algorithmic (necessary) number like properties but also non algorithmic (accidental) object like interlocking pattern like properties (see for example Obs1 of Sec4), with the object like interlocking pattern like properties interlocking themselves with the algebraic properties.

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- PhD Ovidiu Mitran (Author), 2019, The Intricate Realm of Numbers in Conjunction with the Physical World as Revealed by an Exceptional Numerical Sequence and by Some Outstanding Numerical Conjectures, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/489553

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