Book: A Mystic History In Light Of Physics by Bobby Ticer
categories: Book, History, Gravity, Relativity, Einstein, Quantum Physics, Mass, Matter, Energy, Physics
Bobby Ticer about this book: Whatever the established bias can or cannot explain in easy to understand detail, this book provides a step by step review of the historical development of modern physics to explain how a unified field theory is possible by further explaining in view of a plenum the creation of light and matter, the relativistic equivalence of inertial and gravitational mass, and the push causes of gravity and electrodynamic attraction and repulsion.
The book contains mathematics, but an effort was made by the author to simplify the mathematics for it to be no more complex than is the Pythagorean Theorem. Einstein suggested his theory of relativity can be more easily understood in the context of the Pythagorean Theorem. Indeed! Although his general field equations are claimed to require a computer for resolution, a computer code is a binary system, a two step progression. Anyway, mathematics is not necessary for understanding the fundamental assumptions of theory. It simply provides verification of theory and reference to detail for more acceptable understanding of theory.
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