1. susanna_kazaryan says:

> �What are the laws of nature based on? �
Many fundamental physical laws are mathematical consequences of various symmetries of space, time, and other basic characteristics of our universe.
In particular:
❖ the law of conservation of energy is a consequence of the symmetry of the time translation (no moment in time differs from any other);
❖ the law of conservation of parity is a consequence of the isotropy of time (invariance with respect to the change of sign in time, T-invariance);
❖ the law of conservation of momentum is a consequence of the symmetry (homogeneity) of space (no place in space is special, or different than any other);
❖ the law of the conservation of moment of momentum is a consequence of the isotropy of space (all directions in space are equivalent);
❖ the indistinguishability of elementary particles of each type (electrons, photons, pions,…) leads to quantum statistics, the Dirac and Bose, which in turn leads to the Pauli exclusion principle for fermions and in condensation Bose – Einstein bosons;
❖ �rotational symmetry between time and space coordinate axes (when one is taken to be imaginary, the other for real) results in Lorentz transformations which in turn leads to the special theory of relativity;
❖ �symmetry (equivalence) between inertial and gravitational mass results in the General theory of relativity;
❖ �the law of the inverse square interactions is the mathematical consequence of three-dimensional space.

> … how do the laws of nature work? Блест – �Brilliant.

2. alexander_mynov says:

The laws of nature are based primarily on the foundations of the universe. Convert one type of energy into another by doing as little work as possible, converting as much energy as possible. Hence the eternal complication of the universe. Hence life. Life converts more energy from one species to another more efficiently than anything else. And the reason for everything is entropy.

3. maxim_kusakin says:

The laws of nature operate on the structure of this very nature. The laws of nature are just a description of existing and operating laws in nature (or even more precisely, the universe), which were identified on the basis of observations, formulated, formalized, and became the basis of the so – called natural sciences-physics, chemistry, and biology.

The difference between the laws of nature and laws in the legal sense is that it is not the behavior of [people] that is dictated by laws, but on the contrary, the laws are dictated by the behavior of [the world around us].

4. maxim_brilliant says:

The laws of nature are based on chance. So it turned out. At some point, all the pieces of the puzzle came together. The laws of nature are also relative. It can be different under different conditions..

5. nektosvostoka says:

Although the concept of “nature” is somewhat vague, there is a certain basis and principle for the existence of phenomena in this universe.

The basis is the involvement of units of consciousness in the world of manifestations, registered as “material”. In fact, there is not only a material world, but also other worlds of manifestation, but the question was about “nature”. The peculiarity of the “material world of nature” is that its ponderous essence overshadows the very essential basis of consciousness, it dissolves and forgets about itself. At the human level, this leads to the fact that the very phenomenon of the presence of consciousness is denied. Human consciousness is too unstable and undeveloped – and uncertain, so that in science, which wants “solid things” and “real knowledge”, an approach has been established that considers only what is “independently confirmed” to be true, and completely excludes the presence of any consciousness as a subjective factor. Thus, in the study, the very core of all phenomena is swept away and all that remains is to wander around and layer up entities that describe the dead nature. Nature is not dead.

Principle-existing things are connected by a single vibration, the source of which is consciousness. This is the “beat of life”. Each of the worlds has its own frequency of vibration, and these frequencies are connected by harmonic relationships. These harmonic relations did not come from nowhere, they are a natural mathematical consequence of the sequential structuring of the environment under the influence of the”beat of life”. The frequencies of the worlds are described in accordance with the geometric character of the standing wave on the surfaces of the spheres of the primary medium that actually make up this world. Stable worlds correspond to standing waves in the form of Platonic solids. The mathematical relations of such” stable frequencies ” of standing waves, and the step – by-step sequential structuring of the medium, corresponding to a series of Fibonacci numbers in some aspects and a binary series in others, provide the basis for the “existence of everything”. It develops both vertically, between different worlds of different frequencies of different Platonic bodies , and horizontally, fractally spreading natural mathematical harmonic relations over all phenomena of one world, whether it is plant growth, sequences of historical events, energy relations in the microcosm, planetary orbits or musical notes.

6. funky_j says:

In order for a number of regularities to exist, the basis must be the absence of chaos initially or the presence of certain conditions for overcoming randomness during metamorphoses at all levels. Although according to the ancient Greeks and fans of Turing-Prigogine theories, the Cosmos was formed from Chaos. But it is also believed that in what existed before Chaos, there was supposedly a certain principle that makes chaos a temporary phenomenon, a transition period from the order of one level to the order of another level. So far, humanity has not come to a consensus on the basics. Some believe that it was based on the principle of universal harmony, a certain initial vibration that set the rhythm of all wave phenomena, which later led to corpuscular matter. Others deny the initial set rhythm, claiming that everything settled down by itself, gradually interacting in the course of collisions, attractions and repulsions. Humanity has already passed several stages in comprehensionThe basics. From Old and New Testaments to GR and SRT. From blind faith in the Creator to blind faith in the Big Bang. From blind faiths in general to attempts to synthesize a system of proving your faith to the stage of something more or less true and proven. But with the transition to each next level, the question of the Foundations of the Universe does not become less confusing. For much knowledge is much sorrow. But that doesn't stop people. Whether their own stupidity will stop them once again, we'll wait and see. By analogy with law, I believe that in physics, chemistry, and biology, any Law is preceded by Law. And if the Law is based not on Law, but on Arbitrariness, then it quickly ceases to be such, turning into a drawbar. I think that's exactly what happens in Nature. When its Law has a Basis, then this Law is universal, and if a certain form is temporary and impermanent, then it is based on temporary chaos and quickly returns to it after a certain period of the rhythm cycle. �All the best.

7. valera_dubilet says:

The laws of nature function as required for flooding the habitat. For example, mating season and male competition were formed as an instinct because genes must be selected, a process that is accompanied by a rich personal experience that may be absent in more undeveloped species. In nature, there is no meaning to the happy existence of everyone and everything. The weak must die. Even alpha males, the most powerful ones, should not be in power all the time, they are only given a certain period of time and at the same time quite short, so the law works that nothing is permanent in nature. Well, about food chains and filling all niches, I think it's clear. They exist as a very balanced system. Everything is waste-free and the remains go to fertilizer. even the process of obtaining food from insects as pollination becomes profitable for everyone at once.