
Space Time, Chirality, Event
Space, time, matter and interaction are defined with the help of the term event and the characteristic of chirality
For 2500 years, natural scientists and philosophers have sought to describe the laws of nature with the help of the four entities of space, time, matter and interaction. All attempts to reduce these four entities to three or fewer still, most recently by means string theory, have failed so far.
Mathematical definition of the terms event and chirality
The book by Hans Wehrli defines the term event as a new entity mathematically. Space and time are then derived from it. As already recognized by Kant, the nature of space consists of the fact that we can differentiate the left from the right hand. Today this phenomenon is called chirality (handedness). This book shows that chirality is a basic principle of physics and that also the notion of time is a consequence of chirality. Chirality for its part is a precondition for every perception the consciousness has and can thus be derived from metaphysics. Since infinity is never perceptible, the theory presented dispenses with the axiom of infinity. Thus space and time in the proposed Theory of Everything (TOE) are no longer a continuum.
Events have the characteristic of chirality
Space and time no longer exist as things in themselves, but are only interpretations of perceived events. The only thing which exists is the event and this has the characteristic of chirality.
The axiom of chirality
The Theory of Everything (TOE) outlined permits to derive the characteristics of space and time in quantum theory as well as in the theories of relativity without contradiction. The direction of time, the arrow of time, is a consequence of each perception being the result of perception events, by which information from the object flows in a direction, i.e. to the subject. Independent of the subject, time would be quite symmetrical. A newly introduced axiom of chirality replaces the first axiom of logic A ≡ A. Due to this axiom of chirality there can actually be only attractive interactions, such as with gravitation. Repulsive interactions are now only attractive ones, whereby the time of the observed system from the perspective of the subject flows backwards. Owing to the axiom of chirality, the symmetries of space, time and electrical charge are interconnected (CPT theorem).
Chirality and black hole
That which an observer outside of a black hole perceives as time, is for the observer inside the black hole a space, and vice versa. So at the edge of a black hole, space becomes time and time become space. That which remains thereby is chirality. Whether something is perceived as space or as a time, is thus relative. The arrow of time from the Big Bang into the future corresponds thereby to the arrow of space from the inside outwards into the universe, which can be described as the inside of a black hole.
Chirality and metaphysics
The new conception of space, time and chirality affects physics, mathematics, metaphysics and theology.
"Metaphysik – Chiralität als Grundprinzip der Physik" von Dr. Hans Wehrli
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Ressources for the topic chirality
Chirality (Wikipedia)
Arrow of time (Wikipedia)

