Letters to Solovine

@inproceedings{Einstein1987LettersTS,
  title={Letters to Solovine},
  author={A. Einstein and P. H. Andersen},
  year={1987}
}
Derivation of generalized Einstein's equations of gravitation based on a mechanical model of vacuum and a sink flow model of particles
There exist some puzzles and difficulties related to Einstein’s theory of general relativity. We generalize our previous theory of gravitation by methods of special relativistic continuum mechanics.Expand
Derivation of Generalized Einstein's Equations of Gravitation in Some Non-Inertial Reference Frames Based on the Theory of Vacuum Mechanics
When solving the Einstein’s equations for an isolated system of masses, V. Fock introduces harmonic reference frame and obtains an unambiguous solution. Further, he concludes that there exists aExpand
Typical Humean worlds have no laws
The paper uses the concept of typicality to spell out an argument against Humean supervenience and the best system account of laws. It proves that, in a very general and robust sense, almost allExpand
What drives bio-art in the twenty-first century? Sources of innovations and cultural implications in bio-art/biodesign and biotechnology
Bio-art epitomizes a coalescence of art and sciences. It is an emerging contemporary artistic practice that uses a wide range of traditional artistic media interwoven with new artistic media that areExpand
Towards a Refined Depiction of Nature of Science
This study considers the short list of Nature of Science (NOS) features frequently published and widely known in the science education discourse. It is argued that these features were oversimplifiedExpand
Computational Multiscale Modeling of Fluids and Solids
mathematical notation of set theory and functions on sets are helpful but not essential. This notation is introduced and explained in Part I of this book, particularly in Chap. 3. The same holds forExpand
GOD DOES NOT PLAY DICE : REVISITING EINSTEIN ’ S REJECTION OF PROBABILITY IN QUANTUM MECHANICS
Einstein’s struggle with the use of probability in quantum mechanics is revisited. It is argued that Einstein was a statistical physicist who understood probability well, but the use of probabilityExpand
Wine’s time: duration, attunement, and diffraction
Time, if addressed through non-linear and speculative perspectives concerned by aesthetics and aesthetic objects, is a promising space to develop a fresh approach to perception. That is, that theExpand
Bohr's Response to EPR: Criticism and Defense
In Quantum Dialogue (1999, 154), Mara Beller notes a significant shift of focus that Niels Bohr makes in responding to EPR.1 EPR appeal to measurement as sometimes sufficient in the determination ofExpand
Evolutionism. Logic, Language and Thought. On the “Miraculous” Order of the World
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The rights of unborn humans and God's rights over His own creation appear as the most powerful arguments for conservationism. Expand
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