2019-10-02

An isolated space. Introduction

Hello, dear readers! This topic was started by me over 20 years ago. Some work was received in different periods of time that I have tried to collect in a single system under the title — "single space". The name chosen by chance, because the module or length of the global vector of velocity, which it describes, will always be equal to one. By the way, there immediately follows a global law of conservation of energy.

On the basis of the world and the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics [1-2], here we will differentiate two types of spaces: the real and the real. Real as the familiar space with three dimensions, velocities, accelerations and masses, which is one of the possible manifestations of actual space. The last — differs in that it can contain more scenarios and is multidimensional. To move from actual space in real you can use one of the global properties of the vector — projection or convolution.

The advantage of hypothesis of a unit space is

**the absence of imaginary coordinates**or angles that are required in classical relativistic theory. However, this does not prevent to obtain the same results while using only**simple and clear**steps of vector algebra, and often, even to dispense with the use of differentiation and integration (example). Despite the fact that the ideas were received in random order I have arranged them sequentially as possible :). In this order I would recommend you to study this subject: the substance of the section.

__The materials used__

- Wikipedia. Many-worlds interpretation.
- Wikipedia. The Copenhagen interpretation.