Zefat Academic College, Israel
*Corresponding Author: Jehonathan Bentwich, Zefat Academic College, Israel.
Received: December 06, 2019; Published: December 18, 2019
Twenty-first century Theoretical Physics finds itself in a state of a ‘Paradigmatic Crisis’ calling for an immediate ‘Paradigmatic-Shift’ from Twentieth century’s Relativity Theory’s (RT) and Quantum Mechanics’ Old ‘Material-Causal’ Paradigm to the New ‘A-Causal Computation’ (ACC) of the ‘Computational Unified Field Theory’ (CUFT): Following the CUFT’s ACC proven capacity to resolve apparent RT-QM inconsistencies and replicate all of their major findings, what’s called for is urgent empirical validation of two of the unique CUFT’s ‘Critical-Predictions’: (a) greater number of ‘Fine-Temporal Measurements’ (FTM) of relatively more massive particle/s (such as the Muon) in comparison with the FTM of less massive particles (such as the electron); (b) A Non-Continuous Accelerated Expansion Rate (NCAER) at special time-intervals associated with ‘Collective Human Consciousness Focus’ (CHCF) such as the Jewish New Year ‘Rosh-Hashanna’ due to its hypothesized effect on the CUFT’s newly discovered higher-ordered ‘Universal Consciousness Principle’ (UCP) which computes- ‘dissolves’ re-computes- and evolves- every exhaustive spatial pixel in the universe at the incredible rate of ‘c2/h’=1.36-50 sec’! Immediate empirical validation of either of these unique CUFT’s Critical Predictions by Astronomers/Cosmologists/Experimental Physicists could establish the CUFT’s New ACC Paradigm as Physics New 21st century Paradigm (equivalent perhaps to Eddington’s validation of Einstein’s RT in 1919’s Solar Eclipse unique predictions)!
Keywords: Empirical Validation; Physics; Contradictory
Citation: Jehonathan Bentwich. "Urgent Call for Empirical Validation of the Computational Unified Field Theory’s (CUFT) New 21st Century ‘A-Causal Computation’ (ACC) Paradigm".Acta Scientific Agriculture 1.1 (2019): 57-66.
Copyright: © 2020 Jehonathan Bentwich. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.