Summary I briefly review a few of the golden rules, definitions, and principles of Science and Physics: • If you cannot define a crucial word that makes or breaks your theory, you cannot and shouldn’t
use it in your dissertation.
• A scientific definition is one that can be used consistently throughout the dissertation •An object is that which has shape; a concept is that which doesn’t. • Physics is first and foremost the science of objects, specifically of objects that exist. If you
cannot draw it, it doesn’t belong in Physics, at least not as a physical object.
• Concepts do not have the ability to move. Movement is an attribute restricted to physical objects.
A concept is a relation between two objects; it already embodies motion.
• Space is that which doesn't have shape. Space is not a thing. Space is a place.
The 5 strategic words of Mathematical Physics -- energy, mass, field, force, and time meet none of these conditions. They cannot and should not be used in science.