Download PDFOpen PDF in browserHilbert Mathematics Versus Gödel Mathematics III. Hilbert Mathematics by Itself, and Gödel Mathematics Versus the Physical World Within It: Both as Its Particular CasesEasyChair Preprint no. 999346 pages•Date: April 26, 2023AbstractThe paper discusses Hilbert mathematics, a kind of Pythagorean mathematics, to which the physical world is a particular case. The parameter of the “distance between finiteness and infinity” is crucial. Any nonzero finite value of it features the particular case in the frameworks of Hilbert mathematics where the physical world appears “ex nihilo” by virtue of an only mathematical necessity or quantum information conservation physically. One does not need the mythical Big Bang which serves to concentrate all the violations of energy conservation in a “safe”, maximally remote point in the alleged “beginning of the universe”. On the contrary, an omnipresent and omnitemporal medium obeying quantum information conservation rather than energy conservation permanently generates action and thus the physical world. The utilization of that creation “ex nihilo” is accessible to humankind, at least theoretically, as long as one observes the physical laws, which admit it in their new generalization Keyphrases: energy conservation, Gödel mathematics, Hilbert mathematics, light and dark phases of the universe, locality and nonlocality, Noether theorems of conservation, Pythagoreanism, quantuminformation conservation
