I was reading Landau & Lifshitz's Classical Theory of Fields and I noticed that they mention that an extended rigid body isn't "relativistically correct". For example, if you consider a rigid ...
Is “Causality” the equivalent of a claim that the future is predictable based on the present and the past?
In classical (Newtonian) mechanics, every observer had the same past and the same future and if you had perfect knowledge about the current state of all particles in the universe, you could ...
1-In general, if a theory has action at a distance effects, where can that appear exactly in the theory? 2-Does it appear in the dynamical law of the theory? (does it appear in Newton's 2nd law? ...
I was surprised when reading an apologetics book recently that attempted a rebuttal of the claim that "An immaterial mind cannot interact with the physical order." Here was the response: How could ...