Time translation symmetry breaking as factor of system energy evolution
, Burnaby, BC, Canada
Accepted: 28 November 2022
Published online: 10 December 2022
In this report, simulation of driving force for energy evolution in the system with infinite number of links with environment is considered. Connection of classic mechanics and Euclidian geometry through mechanism of time translation symmetry breaking (TTSB) is demonstrated. It is shown that in the points of equilibrium (PoE), continuous time translation remains intact while in the non-PoE, mechanism of TTSB creates infrastructure in the form of infinite number of the counted equiprobable two-part energy levels. Regardless of the fact that the found energy levels are equiprobable, there exists a statistically significant trend to support the unidirectional character of random energy variations. Discovered unidirectionality serves as a basis for system energy evolution. Discovered TTSB is also discussed in the light of possible meaning of the energy splitting and its connection with existing views on principles of natural evolution.
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