Published in journal "SENTENTIA. European Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences", 2013-1 in rubric "Philosophy", pages 9-16.
Resume: This article attempts to show incompleteness of the principle of conservation of mass and energy, on the basis of assumption of the recognition of two new for the science types of substance — being of proposition and being of perception, based on the fact that emptiness is not nothingness (nothing), but «something» — type of substance. The hypothesis proceeds also from the mutual transition of different types of matter: substances, fields and spaces, into one another in strictly defined conditions. We expect the recognition of emptiness as a type of matter to have far-reaching consequences for numerous sciences. Firstly, it «legalizes» in terms of natural scientific materialism, i.e. attaches legitimacy to the ideas of mass and energy extinction. This, however, does not mean transition of something into nothing, and by expanding conservation principle, we uphold the same position that matter does not disappear, but converses from one type into another — emptiness. The recognition of emptiness by matter brings to the cardinal conclusions about the emergence of galaxies, black holes, stars and stellar substance from space (emptiness). The hypothesis of emergence of substance in the centre of galaxies receives another indirect confirmation.
Keywords: energy, mass, principle of conservation, matter, galaxies, emptiness, nothing, hypothesis, being of perception, being of proposition.
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