Download PDFOpen PDF in browserLogic, Mathematics, Physics: from a Loose Thread to the Close Link or What Gravity Is for Both Logic and Mathematics Rather than Only for PhysicsEasyChair Preprint no. 1112182 pages•Date: October 23, 2023AbstractGravitation is interpreted to be an “ontomathematical” force or interaction rather than an only physical one. That approach restores Newton’s original design of universal gravitation in the framework of “The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy”, which allows for Einstein’s special and general relativity to be also reinterpreted ontomathematically. The entanglement theory of quantum gravitation is inherently involved also ontomathematically by virtue of the consideration of the qubit Hilbert space after entanglement as the Fourier counterpart of pseudoRiemannian space. Gravitation can be also interpreted as purely mathematical or logical “force” or “interaction” as a corollary from its ontomathematical (rather than physical) realization. The ontomathematical approach to gravitation is implicit in general relativity equating it to operators in pseudoRiemannian space obeying the Einstein field equation and also wellknown by the “geometrization of physics”. Quantum mechanics shares the same by the separable complex Hilbert space and defining “physical quantity” by the Hermitian operators. Keyphrases: classical quantum mechanics, dark energy, dark matter, dialectical logic, Einstein, energy conservation, entanglement, entanglement theory of gravitation, gravitation, Hegel, Hilbert arithmetic, Lobachevsky geometry, ontomathematics, Pauli’s particle paradigm, quantum information, Riemann geometry, Special and general relativity, the standard model, Unitarity
