Chapter 47: Afterword

Some of us, many of us actually, dream that one day our species, that we call ourselves with some obvious sense of humor, Humanity will manage to attain an understanding of the physical laws of the universe that will allow us to leave this warm, cozy planet and roam the vastness of Space that surrounds…

Chapter 46: Conclusion

One of the most important discoveries that has allowed us to evolve as a society was gaining of the knowledge to manufacture steel. Indeed, if it were not for this plentiful, inexpensive alloy of iron, most of the buildings, tools and products that we have today would not be possible. There is steel in almost…

Chapter 45: Dear Dr. Einstein

Dear Dr. Einstein, It’s taken me quite a while to get to the point to write this letter to you. Let me start out by saying how much I admire and respect you, and the body of work that you left behind. The thoughts, the calculations, the concepts that you have given to humanity are…

Chapter 44: The T3 Equation

We’re going to be a little more speculative now. There have been several hints about  this in the latter part of this book. The proposition is this: Since there are three distinct velocities, as we have shown, it is extremely likely that these three velocities express different dimensions of time. Up until this moment, we’ve…

Chapter 43: Those Cosmic Jets

There is something almost magical about vortex flow. It is, by necessity, volumetric. And it redirects planar inner spiral flow into a vertical, axial direction that is ‘normal’ ( perpendicular) to the original plane of rotation. We see such flow in many locations around the universe, but the most perplexing example is that of the…

Chapter 42: Summarizing the Equations for Light

One of the many interesting realizations derived from this new geometry is that way that it allows one to describe light. The nature of light, as has been commonly expressed, remains an enigma. It is both particle and wave. It has inertia, but can be dispersed. How can this be? Light, or more generally, electromagnetic…

Chapter 41: The Equivalence Principle

There are many axioms that we must accept as a part of modern science including: the dual nature of light, the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, the inverse squared relationship of gravity with respect to distance, and, as mentioned in the previous chapter, the Equivalence Principle. As we discussed back in Chapter 18 on Relativity, the Equivalence…