Primordial Space – Pointfree Space and Logic Case  $150.00 
Authors: Bernd Schmeikal (University of Vienna, R&D., Vienna, Austria)  
Book Description:
In this volume of Primordial Space it is explained how unpredictable quanta of the strong and electroweak force can bring forth both a macrospacetime as we perceive it and a pattern of material phenomena with which we have been familiarized by the standard model of particle physics. However, there is a price we have to pay for this. The Heisenberg uncertainty relation discloses itself in the fancy dress of a set of irregular locations: the deadlock singularity for particle fields at rest and the topological defect structure of the boson field where the zero norm signifies a turnover of the timelike base unit into a nilpotent isotropic direction field. Time does not go without saying. But where the timearrow is created within the strong force, there emerge antireflexive neighbourhoods in the multivector fields of spacetime. Hyperbolic neighbourhood systems of primordial phenomena carry those waves that decompose time and energy. Primordial space helps you to look at events with a fresh mind without entirely destroying traditional physics. (Imprint: Nova) 
Table of Contents:
PrefaceIntroductionPart I. Roots, Zeroes and Irregular Locations Chapter 1: Physical Space => pp. 14 Chapter 2: Selfreflexive Domain of Derived Brackets – Lie Brackets in Clifford Algebra => pp. 510 Chapter 3: Zero and the Lower Bounds => pp. 1118 Chapter 4: Cardinality of Root of Zero and Countable Choice => pp. 1920 Chapter 5: Countable Choice and the Double Slit => pp. 2126 Chapter 6: The Unstable, Discrete and Colored Appearance of SpaceTime => pp. 2736 Chapter 7: The One => pp. 3750 Chapter 8: Geometry of Extension Relations => pp. 5154 Chapter 9: The Irregular Location of Rest in QCD and QED => pp. 5564 Chapter 10: PointFree Fermion Space => pp. 6570 Chapter 11: Root of Zero => pp. 7176 Chapter 12: Fermion Transmutation in the Wallace Model => pp. 7780Part II. The Mereotopological Picture Chapter 13: The Mereotopological SpaceTime Model => pp. 8392 Chapter 14: Time Algebra and the Provenance of the Unit Imaginary => pp. 9399Part III. Logic and Systems Chapter 15: Logic of Reflection and DeConnectivity => pp. 103108 Chapter 16: Spatial Arrangement of Classical Logic => pp. 109116 Chapter 17: Logic Transcending Itself => pp. 117120 Chapter 18: Spatial Information of Logic Compounds => pp. 121128 Chapter 19: Reflexive Geometric Domain => pp. 129132 Chapter 20: Cybernetics of Primitive Idempotents => pp. 133140 Chapter 21: Points and Locations in Pauli Algebra => pp. 141156 Chapter 22: Fermion Locations and Time Tunneling => pp. 157162Part IV. Neighborhood, Topoi and Primordial Time Chapter 23: Logic and Neighborhood of Primordial Events => pp. 165180 Chapter 24: Eigenforms and Primordial Time => pp. 181192 Chapter 25: The Weight of Relations and Neighborhood Allegories => pp. 193202 Chapter 26: Topoi – Postmodern Chronicle of Quantum Physics => pp. 203214 Chapter 27: On the Possible Origin of Dark Energy => pp. 215224 Prospect and Conclusion 
Series: Space Science, Exploration and Policies 

Binding: ebook  
Pub. Date: 2012  
Pages: 7 x 10 (NBC – C)  
ISBN: 9781622573899  
Status: AN 
See also the previous volume: B. Scheikal, Primordial Space: The Metric Case, Nova, 2010, ISBN: 9781608767816, https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=11974
Source: Book from author B. Schmeikal (Nov. 2013), https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=35564, https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=11974
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Title should be “Primordial”, not “Primorial”.
(The latter is a real word, though: the equivalent of a factorial, but using only prime numbers.)