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Energy and Entropy as the Fundaments of Theoretical Physics
Williams Research Corporation, 1305 Hilton Place, Socorro, NM 87801, USA
Received: 28 January 2002; Accepted: 30 April 2002 / Published: 2 May 2002
Abstract: Einstein's article titled, "The Fundaments of Theoretical Physics", from Science, Washington, D.C., May 24, 1940, is presented in its entirety as it is an outstanding presentation of the history and status of the foundations of theoretical physics as it stood in 1940. Further, it provides the background for discussing the new view of the fundaments of theoretical physics provided by the energy and entropy foundation of the Dynamic Theory.
Keywords: energy; entropy; equations of motion; quantum mechanics; gauge fields
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Williams, P.E. Energy and Entropy as the Fundaments of Theoretical Physics. Entropy 2002, 4, 128-141.
Williams PE. Energy and Entropy as the Fundaments of Theoretical Physics. Entropy. 2002; 4(4):128-141.
Williams, Pharis E. 2002. "Energy and Entropy as the Fundaments of Theoretical Physics." Entropy 4, no. 4: 128-141.