The New Science of Structure

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Scientific Paper
Title The New Science of Structure
Author(s) Don Briddell
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Published 2009
Journal None


Structure, as a study in and of itself, has gone unexamined and unquestioned. This paper asserts that the assumptions commonly held about structure are a primary reason for the inability of physics to comprehend nature’s fundamental properties. Structure theory, independent of a particular application, does not exist. It is always seen as arising from the interaction of other, material or energetic events. It has no stand-alone existence, and THAT is the problem. Structure is the organizing principle of form; when properly understood accounts for the formation of energetic and material form. This paper will examine the constructs of structure, how it organizes form, builds hierarchy and complexity, and provides for a blue print to the architecture of Nature.