Published February 13, 2024 | Version v1
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Quantum and Relativistic Physics as Theories of an Internal Observer

  • 1. independent scientist


This article addresses several fundamental ideas in theoretical physics and the philosophy of science. It presents a concept that unifies the realms of quantum mechanics and special relativity through the ideas of superdeterminism and incompleteness. It is demonstrated, that on this basis, special relativity can be derived without resorting to postulates. However, the main idea proposed for discussion by the authors is the hypothesis that the laws of physics, including those described by quantum mechanics and special relativity, are induced by the ontological status of the observer, who is invariably an integral part of the system they are observing.