Background: This page was started on March 30, 2023. The two scales within our framework have been explored since 2011, yet we have not been able to recruit anyone within academia to actively explore them with us. Although Einstein did not define his framework for applicability, it seems that we should and we should use this concept correctly. Today, we are in an exploratory stage.
“It is the only physical theory of universal content which I am convinced that, within the framework of applicability of its basic concepts, will never be overthrown.” – Albert Einstein, “Autobiographical notes” in Albert Einstein: Philosopher–Scientist, editor P A Schilpp, Evanston, Library of Living Philosophers. 1950
Our framework: Some might say, it goes from the smallest to the largest.
One of our earliest examinations of these two scales is here. Much more to come…
Patrick Fleming uses the term in his work: PDF Physical Chemistry, California State University East Bay
A function space is a topological space whose points are functions. There are many
different kinds of function spaces, and there are usually several different topologies
that can be placed on a given set of functions. These notes describe three topologies
that can be placed on the set of all functions from a set X to a space Y : the product
topology, the box topology, and the uniform topology…
More to come…