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Physical Encyclopedic Dictionary (1984) Enciclopediya, Moscow.

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  • TITLE: Principles of Nature

    AUTHORS: Apollinarii Stetsun

    KEYWORDS: Nature, Maximalization, Matter, Information

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Modern Physics, Vol.9 No.3, February 2, 2018

    ABSTRACT: The analysis of peculiarities of structures of different physical systems, such as hydrogen atom, Solar system, a star with surrounding objects has shown that one of the important features of matter existence is that matter is defined by functions or parameters that strive for maximum or maximums. As a result a principle of matter, existence has been formulated which states that matter strives for maximum or maximums formation. Another principle that information strives toward maximum or maximums has been formulated on the basis of Darwin’s theory and certain concepts of genetics. The theory that has been developed accounts for maximalization processes in nature. This theory does not neglect principles of minimization.