
Abstract
A new scientific paradigm is proposed  the theory of Physical Vacuum [1]. This theory appeared as a result of the development of ideas of A. Einstein to create a Unified Field Theory [25]. Einstein's program involves solving two fundamental problems of physics: 1) geometrization of electrodynamic equations (the first problem of Einstein [6]); 2) geometrization of quantum fields (the second problem of Einstein [79]).
Another incentive to create a new science is a series of anomalous experiments that do not find a scientific explanation in the fundamental equations of physics. We mean experiments: 1) in the classical mechanics of rotating plastic bodies, when the internal forces of inertia change the position of the center of mass [20, 25]; 2) in the electrodynamics of strong fields E,H ≅10^{16} units of SGSE [23,24]; 3) in the electrodynamics of scalar electromagnetic fields (Tesla experiments [21,22]).
Experiments that go beyond the materialistic worldview present a particular challenge to changing the scientific paradigm. Such experiments include psychophysical phenomena, in which the human consciousness has an impact on the objects of the material world, causing significant changes in these objects. Psychophysical phenomena include: 1) biogravitation – attraction (or repulsion) of objects of different physical nature by the human body; 2) telekinesis – movement of objects of different nature by a person without direct contact with them; 3) biointroscopy – "vision" by a person through opaque media, 4) pyrokinesis – burning of objects by a person at a distance, etc. [26].
Psychophysics is the youngest and most important (from the author's point of view) branch of physics, which asymptotically indicates the existence in nature of the highest level of reality  "Absolute Nothing", which in the theory of Physical Vacuum is synonymous with God. It can already be argued that in order to study "divine physics" we will have to abandon the classical principle of causality and the speed of light c as the maximum speed [1].
The modern scientific paradigm is based on the equations of fundamental physics, which include the equations of classical mechanics, special and General relativity (Newton's mechanics, classical MaxwellLorentz electrodynamics and Einstein's theory of gravity). The other numerous physical theories have a phenomenological, constructive, or phenomenologicalconstructive nature. For example, the modern theory of elementary particlesthe Standard model, is a phenomenologicalconstructive theory based on a huge experimental material described by methods of constructive quantum field theory [10].It should be noted that quantum mechanics and its generalization, quantum field theory, are not fundamental physical theories, since their physical justification remains the subject of much discussion in theoretical physics. Therefore, the highest achievement of quantum field theorysuperstring theory (or Mtheory of "Everything" [11]) belongs to the class of constructive theories, because it does not have a fundamental physical justification, such as, for example, have special and General relativity.
Karl Popper defines fundamental theories as falsified, referring to the Standard model and superstring theory as unfalsifiable [12]. Falsifiable theories have clear boundaries of reconciliation, having absolute predictability in the field where the equations of the falsifiable theory are applicable. On the contrary, unfalsifiable theories do not have clear limits of applicability, so their predictions are "vague" or cannot be verified experimentally in the next 150200 years. This is the case in superstring theory.
It should be noted that Albert Einstein never engaged in phenomenological theories, such as the theory of nuclear forces or the theory of weak interactions. He believed that phenomenological theories are built inductively, adding each time there are experimental deviations from the already accepted equations, a new constructive field with a new phenomenological constant of interaction. Over the years, this simple trick has led to the fact that even the simplest Lagrangian of the modern Standard model contains about two dozen (precisely 17) fitting constants and 24 constructive fields (6 quarks (antiquarks) and 6 leptons (antileptons)), while the apologists of the Standard model claim that the accuracy of the description of the observed experiments is a millionth of a percent. It is obvious that the strategy of the Standard model is to gradually adapt to the observed data, which makes it meaningless. Moreover, if we continue this way, we will inevitably end up in a dead end without any hope of seeing " light at the end of the tunnel." This state of affairs in theoretical physics is a convincing prerequisite that requires a transition in physics to a new scientific paradigm.
The main achievement of the theory of Physical Vacuum developed by the author [1] is "dropped out of sight" of theorists  the field of Inertia, which is the third fundamental physical field given to each of us in everyday sensations (the other two fields are gravitational and electromagnetic). Every day we feel the action of the field of inertia through the four forces of inertia, without realizing it. The dynamics of the field of Inertia in a linear approximation is described by the equations of quantum theory (Schrodinger, Dirac), in which the wave function is expressed through the strength of the field of Inertia or through the potential of this field (analogous to secondary quantization). Therefore, we conclude that modern quantum theory is a constructive theory that simulates the simplest dynamics of the fundamental physical field of Inertia. Analytically, the field of Inertia is described by the torsion of space and was predicted by the French mathematician Eli Cartan [13] in 1922. In [1], the author showed that the relativistic rotation of matter changes the geometry of the event space of event, increasing its dimension to 10 and generating torsion and curvature of the nonholonomic space of absolute parallelism А_{4 }(6).
The practical use of the field of Inertia (mathematical termtorsion field) was presented in the work of A. Akimov [14] and many other researchers [1519]. As a result of scientific research, nine torsion technologies were developed: 1) spintronics; 2) energy; 3) materials science; 4) medicine; 5) transport; 6) communication; 7) Psychophysics; 8) agriculture; 9) search for minerals.Some of these technologies have been brought to a commercial product, and the rest continue to develop in order to bring to a commercial product [27]. The difference between torsion technologies and existing ones is their exceptional efficiency at low material costs [1519]. Currently, torsion technologies are being developed not only in Russia, but also in other countries. For example, in South Korea, Dr. W. C. Lee develops SoRegen Technolodgy, which uses torsion fields as carriers of information interactions.
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