Basic Physical Properties of the Physical Non-material World Objects

  •  Sergey Vasiliev    


Physical properties of non-material objects are investigated. Physical definition of the physical non-material world is given. By physical methods the following conclusions were obtained: the  set is nonempty set; the  world is cognizable; physical non-material  objects of the  world act on material  objects of the material world and change a physical state of the material  objects; at least, some non-material  objects (but, probably, all or nearly all  objects) are capable to control interactions of material objects, energy balance of these interactions, energy pumping-over between material objects and transformation of energy from one its kind in another. Non-material  objects act by unusual non-forcing, non-energy way. According to physical laws of the material  world, the long-range action fields (LRA-fields), really, cannot exist, more precisely, these fields cannot exist as material objects. However, according to experimental data, LRA-fields really exist. LRA-fields belong to the  set and have the above properties of  objects. There is the single material - non-material world. The  and components of this world physically interact with each other, that necessitates the adequate development of physics. (Processes of a high level complexity, for example spirit actions, exceed the limits of physics competence.) The above conclusions are valid under the following restrictions on the long-range interaction: the energy conservation law is not violated; the actions are transferred at a distance by physical fields; thesis "the planets (and all the more stars) cannot influence on the Earth by means of energy fields" is valid. If these restrictions are violated, other explanations of the LRA-fields existence are not excluded. Discussion on different directions of thoughts is useful.

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  • ISSN(Print): 1916-9639
  • ISSN(Online): 1916-9647
  • Started: 2009
  • Frequency: bimonthly

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