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The Beginnings of Fundamental Mechanics


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Fundamental mechanics — new section of physics investigating structure of space and behaviour of its elements. Feature of fundamental mechanics is possibility of realisation of only virtual experiments with fundamental elements of space — for the obvious reason: these elements have extremely small size.

Fundamental laws of physics — Postulates — can be postulated only, but are not deduced, as they do not follow from other physical laws, and very much the other way. To check up correctness of Postulates it is possible, having convinced by that from them known laws of physics follow.

Correct basic physical laws did not manage to be created earlier a postulation method not because of an imaginary inaccuracy of this method that is why what not those laws were postulated.


The real space represents the cubic lattice consisting from oscillated and interacted directed elements of fundamental length.

There is no necessity to enter other fundamental objects.

Thanks to presence at elements of a lattice of orientations, space polarisation — a physical field takes place.

Elementary particles it autosolitons, consisting of elements of fundamental length.


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