Binary mechanics (BM) explores the consequences of full quantization of energy, space and time, dubbed _full quantization_, which may be mapped to the units of measurement used in physics: mass (energy in kg), length (to quantize space), and time. BM postulates (http://www.binary-mechanics.com/2020/11/binary-mechanics-postulates.html) provide mathematical definition of the _system state_ of any physical system and its _time development_.
When all else fails, consider the “full quantization” option
I find the vast majority of theorists are “all-in” in support of continuous space-time theory (CSTT), which uses real number coordinates (i.e., an infinite number of possible locations) and asserts that there is an infinite number of points in a line (as in, for example, so-called “field lines”.
Could it be we need a jail break-out here? Instead of being “locked inside” CSTT, consider the full quantization option. E.g., with space (length) quantized, only selected points (not all) have physical significance. It appears that numerous investigators (yes, here in CNPS, too) have discovered that CSTT fails at more microscopic levels. Yes, they don’t interpret their work that way. But think about it. One might cite (in a review) many of these efforts as evidence that CSTT does not work at sub-atomic, very microscopic levels.
OK, I’ll distract the guards, so you can break out of CSTT prison. Go, go, go!
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