Roy Frieden has introduced the Extreme physical information principle, but it’s a controversial idea. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extreme_physical_information

]]>the vixra paper cites reginatto (ref 2) —-i like that . i’m not in shape to try to go through these but the idea has been around along time—and even quantropy has. but its not like its common knowledge . stat mech, and QM and CM were always taught as opposites.

also i’m more philosopher or generalist than physicist so math isn’t easiest. i just haven’t found anyone interested in what these mean, only math to them. t.

]]>Any way, the axiomatic framework of QM suggests that we are missing a fundamental principle that can be mixed with statistical mechanics. Maybe the concept of quantropy turns out to be fruitful.

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If that is correct, it would be nice to have a Newtonian approach to QM, along with Hamiltonian and Lagrangian.

]]>(chuckle) I once tried to set up a theory but failed to tie it to a physical location as Brendan and David have wisely done; it wafted away on the next fresh breeze.

(Sincere best wishes for the new Institute)

]]>• Exploring invariant structure in neural activity with applied topology and category theory.

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