In elementary particle physics the philosophy of virtual particles is widely used. We use this philosophy to obtain the famous inverse square law of classical physics. We define a formal model without fields or forces but with a virtual (auxiliary) particle, information carrier. This formal model admits a very simple (school level) interpretation with two classical particles and one virtual. Then we prove (in a mathematically rigorous way) that the trajectories in our model converge to standard Newtonian trajectories of classical physics.
Problems of Information Transmission – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 19, 2016
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