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Wikiversity is a Wikimedia Foundation project devoted to learning resources, learning projects, and research for use in all levels, types, and styles of education from pre-school to university, including professional training and informal learning. Wikiversity invites teachers, students, and researchers to join in creating open educational resources and collaborative learning communities.

Wikiversity research projects are ideally suited for independent researchers or retired scientists that want to publish documents, which are somewhat unorthodox or controversial. Every page offers a Discuss page. But Wikiversity projects are not optimally suited for discussing such content. Science2.0 and ReserchGate are better suited for that purpose.

Wikiversity Hilbert Book Model Project

The Wikiversity Hilbert Book Model Project applies the infrastructure of Wikiversity to make the Hilbert Book Model Project accessible to everybody that wants to read the documentation of the project or to those that feel capable of participating in the project or wants to criticize its current content.

Participation and criticizing must obey the Wikiversity rules. represents the main entry point of the project. This page also offers an overview of the accessible pages.

The project introduces several new philosophical questions. It offers some new mathematical methods. It also offers new physics and criticizes contemporary physics.

The Hilbert Book Model is a purely mathematical model that targets the investigation of the foundations and the lower levels of the structure of physical reality. The model introduces stochastic mechanisms, which are not part of the structure of the base model and that ensure the dynamic coherence of the Hilbert Book Model.

The model impersonates a creator. It offers two quite different views. One of these views is the creator’s view. Since at the instant of the creation the creator stores all dynamic geometric data in a read-only repository, the creators view also acts as a storage view. The other view is the observer’s view. Observers can only receive information that originates from storage locations that possess a historic timestamp. A continuum that embeds both the location where the information of the observed event is stored and the central location of the observer transfers the information. This transfer affects the format of the information. The read-only repository stores in a Euclidean format and the observers perceive in a space-time format. The Lorentz transform describes the format conversion.

Current state

Apart from the introduction page, which represents an overview and act as navigator, the project now contains 16 pages that are devoted to separate parts of the project. The initiator of the project has written the current content in English. He translates this contribution into German and into Dutch.

The project contains most of the mathematics that is required to comprehend the project and that cannot easily be found online.

The project also contains a slide show that highlights several aspects of the project. supports discussing the WHBMP.