The empirical fact that time is relative to speed in space falsifies cladistics and particle physics

When we discuss reality, we look for similarities between different phenomena. The reason is that if there is a consistent single truth that can be expressed about reality, then there must also be a single consistent sorting of reality.

The problem with this search is that we actually differentiate objects before we look for similarities between them, and that “difference” thus is more fundamental than “similarity” is. This fact means that every such search ends in paradox (ie, Russell’s paradox), and that it thus has to acknowledge paradox as an object to avoid starting all over from the beginning again (as cladistics and particle physics do). Such acknowledging appears to be purely nonsense, because there appears to be no way to differentiate whether it is empirically true or not, but fact is that every such acknowledging contradicts the empirical fact that time is relative to speed in space. They thus in a general sense contradict the fact that reality is fundamentally relative (ie, that “difference” more fundamental than “similarity” is).

If we turn this heavy steak up-side-down, then we can conclude that the empirical fact that time is relative to speed in space actually falsifies all hypotheses that paradox is an object (including cladistics and particle physics). This fact does thus falsify both cladistics and particle physics.

This fact does thus also allow us to conclude that particle physicists have not found “Higgs particle”, and furthermore that they will never do. Instead, it dismantles “the standard model” of particle physics (which is what particle physicists tried to avoid by stating that they “think” they “have got it”).

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