Friday, June 1, 2012

Topology and the final physics

In the article “25 Years of Topological Quantum Field Theory, “, it wrote, “It occurred to me today that right about now is the time someone should have chosen as the date for a celebration of the 25th anniversary of the birth of the idea of ‘Topological Quantum Field Theory’ [in May 1987], as well as some much less well-known ideas about the relationship of QFT and mathematics that still await full investigation.”

Topology is one key point in the “Super Unified Theory” (ISBN 0-916713-02-4, Copyright # TX 1-323-231, Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 84-90325). The chapter nine of the book is about “Unilogy” (page 70 – 74), a special topology for our cosmos.  That is, the topology as a key part in physics is a bit longer than 25 years. 

Yet, there are two big differences between this Unilogy and the topological QFT.
1. In topology, a ball cannot be transformed into a donut. Yet this transformation happens in nature, and this is the direct consequence of Unilogy.

2. The Unilogy led the final super unification of the final physics while the topological QFT did not provide any guideline to the Standard Model (SM) as we are still testing the SM at LHC. See the article “Predictions from Axiomatic physics, “.

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