In 1903, chocolate magnate Milton S. Hershey founded the model town of Hershey, Pennsylvania. Today, the Hershey community remains home to The Hershey Company as well as a number of commercial, educational, and philanthropic institutions that continue to bear the Hershey name.
As a unified language which permits a logical examination of the underlying phenomena of quantum field theory and vice versa, matrix logic opens new avenues for the study of fundamental interactions and gives rise to a revolutionary conclusion that physics as such can be viewed and studied as a logic in the fundamental sense.
Finally, modelling itself on exact sciences, matrix logic does not refute the classical logic but instead incorporates it as a special deterministic limit. The book requires multidisciplinary knowledge and will be of interest to physicists, mathematicians, computer scientists and engineers.