The reason why evolutions have been studied as a special science is that there exist reversal and transitional changes – blown‐ups – in the objective reality. However, the first‐push dynamical system has not been able to provide a mechanical explanation for these dramatic changes. Provides an exploratory explanation on how to understand “time and space” and some fundamental problems of evolutions, based on a discussion of problems existing in the first‐push system. In addition, points out the fact that the essence of the evolution science is that the concept of spinning materials is not an extrapolation or continuation of the first‐push system. What needs to be emphasized is that the presented work was originally based on first‐hand scientific practice and has been successfully evidenced by practical applications.
OuYang, S., Lin, Y., Wang, Z. and Peng, T. (2001), "Blown‐up theory of evolution science and fundamental problems of the first push", Kybernetes, Vol. 30 No. 4, pp. 448-462. https://doi.org/10.1108/03684920110386955Download as .RIS
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