The Greatest Source of Energy

Book Description

The Greatest Source of Energy describes a new method for combining the two most powerful theories in science — General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics — into what has been called the Theory of Everything.

The foundation of the method is a new model of time — called Temporal Energy Theory — that unites the concept of time as a relative phenomenon with the concept of time as an absolute and universal phenomenon.

The book describes how General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics are likely describing the same temporal process but from opposite perspectives. Under this condition, the relative and universal natures of time do not clash, but rather coexist.

If Temporal Energy Theory is proven to be correct, it will have redeemed Newton’s idea of a universal background clock, without taking anything away from Einstein’s idea that time is relative.

The benefits of successfully combining General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics are endless, but a way to bridge the gap between these two theories has been elusive for many years. The Greatest Source of Energy breaks new ground in the intense work on unification and may put us on a path to a better understanding of the universe.

In addition, the book discusses the possible physical nature of such factors as mass, charge, and spin. It also provides a unique perspective on particle transformations, what may constitute dark matter and dark energy, as well as what may have come before the Big Bang.

Sample Pages

Disclaimer

Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

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