To: 22/01/2020 14:00
We present the conclusions of our investigation of «Πανταχηκίνητον» (Pantahekineton), the model theory of physics, proposed by Benjamin Lesvios, a Greek physicist and philosopher (1759/1762-1824). Our work is a systematic study of Pantahekineton, based on an exhaustive study of existing manuscripts.
It is demonstrated that Pantahekineton is a complete and original theory of physics, which reconciles newtonian and cartesian components in a way reminiscent the dual nature of light and that of the energy. In addition to this, it has been found that the theory of Pantahekineton is a self-consistent theory with a tightly bound internal structure.
Pantahekineton itself appears to be one of the earliest identifications of the physical quantity of the “energy” integrating elements of its dual character, i.e., the corpuscular and the wave one. As a consequence of this, Pantahekineton has the inherent property of universality. Gravity, electric, magnetic and luminous fluids, as well as the heat and sound fluids appear to be manifestations of one and only one quantity, the Pantahekineton, i.e., the energy.
- "The theory of "Pantahekineton" of Benjamin Lesvios", Antonis N Andriotis, Almagest: Vol. IX, p.51, (Issue 1, May 2018). DOI 10.1484/J.ALMAGEST.5.116019
- “The theory of Pantachikiniton of Benjamin Lesvios ; From the aether of Kartesians to the universality and dualism of energy processes”, Antonis N Andriotis, (Athens 2009, in Greek,ISBN 978-960-93146-4-0)