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horn torus model in physics

For 50 years or more, physics hasn't made significant progression in fundamental open questions. Many of those involved are convinced, that we urgently need a radical paradigm shift, but don't dare to be the initiator. It's not up to me to judge, but I have a humble suggestion. I believe to know a reason of this stagnation: a too widespread lack of total abstraction ability, among others caused by the partial successes of empirical physics, by digitization with all its regaling possibilities, and because of the danger for those who deviate from mainstream to be dismissed as cranks. I dare :-)
My suggestion is to engage with this small contribution to the practice of very radical abstraction:
  invitation to enjoy short moments of close encounter  
 with foundations of what we claim to be the 'real world'