Special Issue "Universal Arrow of Time and Basic Paradoxes of Physics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 October 2021.
Interests: artificial intellect; artificial neural network; image processing; computer vision; vision-based navigation; vision-aided navigation; visual navigation; image based navigation; robot and drone navigat
2. School of Advanced International Studies on Applied Theoretical and Non Linear Methodologies of Physics, 70121 Bari, Italy
Interests: foundation of quantum theories; quantum cosmology; de sitter holographic models; dissipative quantum field theories; physics of emergence and organization; fisher information; sub and super turing computation models
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This Special Issue will include papers on new cybernetics, basic paradoxes, and the time arrow applied in physics. Statistical classical mechanics, quantum mechanics, and gravity theory (quantum and non-quantum) are all well-developed and well-known theories. These theories represent the basis of modern physics. Nevertheless, they contain several paradoxes, for example, the entropy increase paradox, Schrodinger’s cat paradox, information paradox of black holes, and the grandfather paradox. These paradoxes force many scientists to doubt the internal consistency of these theories. However, the given paradoxes can be resolved within the framework of existing physics without introducing any new laws. These topics are especially important when it comes to developing a deep understanding of modern physics and engineering (quantum computers, mesoscopic, and nano devices).
Some approaches to this conundrum were suggested in Kupervasser Oleg’s Application of New Cybernetics in Physics (https://www.elsevier.com/books/application-of-new-cybernetics-in-physics/kupervasser/978-0-12-812801-5): decoherence from an external observer (or environment); time arrow alignment; limits of the self-knowledge of the system. In recent years, we have also seen a large number of papers focusing on these, especially in the field of “quantum information”. In this Special Issue, we will consider physics (not philosophy) papers in these topics. We are especially interested in papers that demonstrate that all problems in these topics can be resolved in the framework of existing (not “alternative”) theories.
Prof. Dr. Ignazio Licata
Dr. Oleg Kupervasser
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- new cybernetics in physics
- basic paradoxes of physics
- time arrow
- the entropy increase paradox
- Schrodinger’s cat paradox
- information paradox of black holes
- grandfather paradox
- quantum computers
- wave function reduction
- quantum Zenon’s paradox
- Einstein-Podolsky-Rozanov paradox
- quantum information
- time travel
- black hole
- white hole
- Loschmidt's paradox
- molecular chaos