Introducing the Physics 3.0 Framework

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Scientific Paper
Title Introducing the Physics 3.0 Framework
Author(s) Steven Bryant
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Published 2010
Journal None

Abstract

The Physics 3.0 Framework emphasizes Type, Function, and Namespace Abstraction, 2D and 3D Geometric Transformations, and Reverse Engineering into the Physics Body of Knowledge. It offers unique techniques for analyzing physical and mathematical problems, derivations, and theories. It also creates a foundation for addressing many physical problems ranging from Quantum Mechanics to Gravity to Relativity. For example, the model of Complete and Incomplete Coordinate Systems, which is built using the Physics 3.0 Frameworks, and is an alternative to Special Relativity Theory, produces quantitatively better results than Einstein's original equations.