Cancer: a General problem of the Universe

1 The essence of cancer: The insatiable parts conquer the whole, and so it will be destroyed. 1.1 Cancer in the regular sense Here, the cause of insatiability is the lack of energy resulting from a process of gaining energy from glucose that is of much lower efficiency than the  process used by healthy cells.(In…

Two Kinds of Development Stages, and Errors Regarding Development

From a qualitative point of view, a full cycle of development consists of two kinds of stages, in the case of biological, technical / technological, economic and social development alike. These are the revolutionary and evolutionary stages. 1 Characteristics of the revolutionary stage The revolutionary stage is fast, but this is not the most important.…

Matter and antimatter II.

Let us also see some other examples. 1 A starving grizzly bear is able to kill a buffalo by itself, but wolves can do that only in a cooperating group (pack). Is it possible that there is something similar here? That it is either the collision of a pair with the same amount of energy…

Graphene dimensions

In my previous article, titled ”Brave new world” I wrote about the molecules that form while cutting graphene layers. Although I have defined a new group, namely minimal nano graphene ribbon in the group of minimal graphene ribbons, I had not gone further. Now, however I am going to define the full range of graphenes.…

“Brave new world”

Although the title refers to the famous novel of Aldous Huxley, but this really is a brave new world. In his lecture Tashiaki Enoki (“The Role of Edge Geometry and Chemical Structure in the Electronic Structure of Nanographene”, Nano Today 2013) described the physical and chemical effects of bisecting on graphene. He also told the…

Matter and antimatter

To our knowledge, every matter particle has its own pair of antimatter. When a  particle collides with its pair, they both get destroyed and change into photon, a neutral particle without mass. What is the explanation for there being much more matter than antimatter in the universe known by us, which may or may not…

Indices IV.

Correlation between qualitative changes and time and space In the first piece of the series the correlation between qualitative chamges and stability reserve was defined. Let us now have a look at the relationship between these on the one hand, and between qualitative changes and time and space on the other. It will be demonstrated…

The Law of Bodies Coiling onto Each Other

I have no knowledge of this law of physics having been published before, but as this is not my field of research, I may be wrong. The law: All bodies capable of coiling onto each other will spontaneously coil onto each other. This is a genuine law, even though it sounds like one of Murphy’s…

Indices III.

How general are the notions relating to the indices of stability? They are among the most general notions of science. The reason for this is that a system can only exist if its indices of stability bear a positive sign. This alters Hegel’s well-known axiom to the following: ONLY QUANTITATIVE CHANGES REVERSING A SYSTEM’S INDICIES…