Book: Principia Unitas - Volume I - On the Information in Light by Christina Munnscategories: Book, Unified Field Theory, Light, Optics, Einstein, Quantum Theory, Consciousness, Electromagnetism, Quantum Gravity, Quantum Optics, Quantum Computing, Quantum Physics
Christina Munnsabout this book: This is the first book in the series of seven volumes that explains Unified Field Theory to the world.
The reason for writing the book was to explain to scientists about my discovery that light contains information and therefore the current understanding about the wave-particle duality of light needs to be changed to an information-wave-particle triplet of light. This insight arose as a result of a part-time research into Vedic Science which explains that the cosmos is composed of three cosmic principles.
When I began researching for this book I discovered that I could also understand quantum physics and this led me to write another six volumes that led to the development of Unified Field Theory! It's been quite a journey!
The book explains in different ways how the fact that light contains information relates to such formulae as E=mc2 and Pythagoras' theorem. It introduces a whole new field of research into quantum physics - that of information. I have called this new quantum dynamic - QID = quantum infodynamics. It is information that governs the wave and particle states and this book explains how!
Here is a review from Goodreads about it:
Booktastical - 5 stars
Jul 28, 2016
Booktastical rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
Quantum physics lovers will really take to Principia Unitas Vol. 1 On The Information in Light, just like I did. It is both enlightening and thought provoking throughout. My favourite excerpt from the book comes in the preface, as it kept me thinking throughout the rest of the text. It is as follows:
"The Cosmos originates from pure consciousness, is made of pure consciousness, and is fabricated by pure consciousness from itself. The universe is an automorphism i.e. it is self born."
How can that little passage fail to make you think? And the extremely well thought out text had my physics-loving brain working overtime, through each segment. Christina Munns should be applauded for taking on such a fledgling field in physics in such a comprehensive manner. I will be looking forward to reading Volumes 2 and 3 of Principia Unitas, which delves even deeper into the subject.
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