This book shows how, despite Einstein's errors in the details, the successful GEM Unification Theory is built on his basic hypothesis that gravity and electromagnetic forces could be unified, and that both controlled gravity and a new view ...
Author: John Brandenburg, Ph.D.
Publisher: SCB Distributors
Veteran plasma physicist John Brandenburg reveals the new theory that finally accomplishes what Einstein failed to do: the GEM Unification Theory proves the mathematical and physical interrelation of the forces of gravity and electromagnetism! This theory vindicates Einstein's dedication to unifying the fields in the final labor of his life. His quest became legendary, then mythic, until the whole idea was dismissed as myth by other physicists; the gravity-electromagnetism problem pursued by Einstein until his death became regarded like the ancient Greek problem of squaring the circle-an epic puzzle with no solution. But the other physicists were wrong, as Brandenburg shows. It turns out the fields can be unified-the circle can be squared-and this has vast implications for the future of humankind. Brandenburg starts out by tracing the evolution of thought on the two long-term forces of nature, gravity and electromagnetism, from ancient times to the modern day. He shows the intricate interweaving of Einstein's work with that of other physicists, including Sarkharov and his "zero point” theory of gravity and the hidden fifth dimension of Kaluza and Klein. He also traces the surprising, hidden influence of Nikola Tesla on Einstein's life. This book shows how, despite Einstein's errors in the details, the successful GEM Unification Theory is built on his basic hypothesis that gravity and electromagnetic forces could be unified, and that both controlled gravity and a new view of the cosmos follow: hydrogen, the basic building block of the universe, can be unified with the vacuum itself! The universe is self-renewing, a sort of "evergreen cosmos.” Brandenburg describes control of space-time geometry through electromagnetism, and states that faster-than-light travel will be possible in the future. Anti-gravity through electromagnetism is possible, which upholds the basic "flying saucer” design utilizing "The Tesla Vortex.” A must read for any person interested in UFOs and leading-edge physics. See the physics used at Area 51 explained!
This text approaches scientific questions and theoretical physics with the excitement of a detective story, offering a look at the new science that may make the impossible possible.
Author: Michio Kaku
Publisher: OUP Oxford
What is superstring theory and why is it important? Can superstrings offer the fulfilment of Einstein's lifelong dream of a Theory of Everything? This account of the discoveries that have led scientists to the brightest new prospect in theoretical physics today is co-authored by the best-selling author of Hyperspace and one of the leading pioneers in superstrings, Michio Kaku. Revised and updated with groundbreaking research, the book approaches scientific questions with the excitement of a detective story, offering a look at the new science that may make the impossible possible.
Phenomenological approach to a unified field theory. ... The equation of motion in
the non-symmetric unified field theory. ... 3, 133–145. Bose, S. (1954). The affine
connection in Einstein's new unitary field theory. Annals of Mathematics, 59, ...
Author: David E. Rowe
Beyond Einstein: Perspectives on Geometry, Gravitation, and Cosmology explores the rich interplay between mathematical and physical ideas by studying the interactions of major actors and the roles of important research communities over the course of the last century.
... I. Progress in extending Einstein's classical orthodox holonomic topology-
conserving general relativity of 1915 to the unified field theory including topology-
changing anholonomic torsion fields from the “hyperspace” of M-theory is
reported in ...
Author: Richard L. Amoroso
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Jean-Pierre Vigier continually labeled one of les heretiques de la science, l’eternel resistant et le patriarche is yet a pillar of modern physics and mathematics, with one leg firmly planted in theory and the other in empiricism spanning a career of nearly 60 years with a publication vitae quickly approaching 400! He wrote of his mentor Louis de Broglie “Great physicists fight great battles”, which perhaps applies even more so to 1 Jean-Pierre Vigier himself . If fortune allows a visit to Paris, reported to be the city of love, and certainly one of the most beautiful and interesting cities in the world; one has been treated to a visual and cultural feast. For example a leisurely stroll from the Musee du Louvre along the Champs-Elysees to the Arc de Triomphe would instill even the least creative soul with the entelechies of a poets muse. It is perhaps open to theoretical interpretation, but if causal conditions have allowed one to be a physicist, visiting Paris, one may have taken opportunity to visit the portion of the old Latin quarter in place Jussieu where Pierre et Marie Curie Universite, reported to be ‘the best university in France’, is stationed.
In this enlightening book, Michio Kaku reasseses Einstein's work by centring on his three great theories: special relativity, general relativity and the Unified Field Theory.
Author: Michio Kaku
Publisher: Hachette UK
Few figures loom as large as Albert Einstein in our contemporary culture. It is truly remarkable that a man from such humble beginnings, an unemployed dreamer without a future or a job, who was written off by his professors as a hopeless loser, could to dare to scale the heights he reached. In this enlightening book, Michio Kaku reasseses Einstein's work by centring on his three great theories: special relativity, general relativity and the Unified Field Theory. He first yielded the equation E =mc2 which is now such a fixture in our culture that it is practically a ubiquitous slogan. But the subsequent theories led to the Big Bang theory, and have changed irrevocably the way we perceive time and space. Michio Kaku offers a new, refreshing look at the pioneering work of Einstein, giving a more accurate portrayal of his enduring legacy than previous biographies. As today's advanced physicists continue their search to fulfil Einstein's most cherished dream, a 'theory of everything', he is recognised as a prophet who set the agenda for modern physics.
Through the ages, many men have tried to say that Einstein was wrong. ... That
Einstein's postulates are so widely accepted is obvious in the refusal of science
journals' to accept any work which ... In this book, Atkins goes beyond Einstein.
Author: John Hildreth Atkins
Atkins set out to prove that Einstein was wrong. What he ended up doing was showing that Isaac Newton was wrong, too (Wrong because the force of attraction does not exist). Science has been in a boondoggle of misdirection. Atkins is going to turn Physics, as we know it, on its collective ear by defining gravity, showing that the Ether exists, redefining black holes, showing that the speed of light is nearly infinite, redefining how the solar system works, and much, much more. This is science fact...not science fiction WOW
Pure Unified Field Level At the deepest level of the transcendental realm , the
unified field exists as the field of pure ... Einstein ' s unified field theory postulates
the existence of this reality , the place that is beyond separation and duality ...
Author: Dr. Michael Mamas
A new spirituality is emerging in America. The amazing potential of human evolution unfolds before the reader's eyes in Angels, Einstein and You. Dr. Mamas shows that existence is transgradient and multilevel, connected with all creation; there is no separation between physical and spiritual realms of existence. His book presents a crystal-clear matrix of understanding of consciousness for the general reader, the student or healer; it is both a narrative and a tool for learning.
Einstein. and. Quantum. Mechanics. Beyond the “photoelectric effect” paper of
1905, Einstein made a number of major contributions to quantum mechanics: the
... For the unified field theory he had no such physical phenomena to guide him.
Author: Robert E Kennedy
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Our understanding of the physical universe underwent a revolution in the early twentieth century - evolving from the classical physics of Newton, Galileo, and Maxwell to the modern physics of relativity and quantum mechanics. The dominant figure in this revolutionary change was Albert Einstein. In a single year, 1905, Einstein produced breakthrough works in three areas of physics: on the size and the effects of atoms; on the quantization of the electromagnetic field; and on the special theory of relativity. In 1916 he produced a fourth breakthrough work, the general theory of relativity. A Student's Guide to Einstein's Major Papers focuses on Einstein's contributions, setting his major works into their historical context, and then takes the reader through the details of each paper, including the mathematics. This book helps the reader appreciate the simplicity and insightfulness of Einstein's ideas and how revolutionary his work was, and locate it in the evolution of scientific thought begun by the ancient Greek natural philosophers.
Acclaimed science writer Parker completes his trilogy on Einstein with this new work which introduces a wealth of new material and shows the incredibly wide-ranging influence of Einstein's many discoveries.
Author: Barry R. Parker
Publisher: Prometheus Books
Acclaimed science writer Barry Parker completes his trilogy on Einstein with this new work showing the incredibly wide-ranging influence of Einstein's many discoveries. In the first volume, Einstein's Brainchild, Parker focused on relativity, the most famous and important of the great genius's ideas. In the second volume, Einstein's Passions, his human side and diverse interests beyond science were Parker's main topic.Now the author turns once again to Einstein as creative scientist, concentrating on his prolific output of far-reaching contributions that complement and broaden his discovery of relativity. Moreover, Parker provides an indelible portrait of the man behind the theories. Parker, in clear and eloquent language, helps us appreciate the breadth and richness of Einstein's vision: from Einstein's theories supporting time travel, to his research on curved space, the cosmological constant, black holes, worm holes, gravity waves, cosmic lenses, to quantum theory, and beyond. Parker also discusses Einstein's reluctant connection with atomic weapons, his pacifist philosophy, his quest for the elusive unified field theory, and the relationship of his work to the recent hot area of superstrings.Even readers already familiar with Einstein's work will discover a wealth of new material in this singular contribution to the Einstein corpus. Parker's gift for turning complex physics into lucid prose has produced the most complete and accessible volume to elucidate for everyone the magnificent contributions of this most brilliant of scientists.Barry Parker (Pocatello, ID) is an award-winning science writer and the author of thirteen highly acclaimed popular science books, including Einstein: The Passions of a Scientist, Einstein's Brainchild: Relativity Made Relatively Easy! and Quantum Legacy: The Discovery That Changed Our Universe. He served as a professor of physics at Idaho State University from 1967 to 1997.
Lewis S . Feuer ' s Einstein and the Generations of Science ( 1982 ) is an
interesting psychosocial approach ; cf . the well - known Structure of Scientific
Revolutions by Thomas S . Kuhn ( 1962 ) . The many efforts ... notable debate .
Michio Kaku and Jennifer Trainer , Beyond Einstein : The Cosmic Quest for the
Theory of the Universe ( 1987 ) is about recent reformulations of Einstein ' s
unified field theory ...
Author: Roland N. Stromberg
An examination of the lives of five giants in European intellectual history - Sigmund Freud, Albert Einstein, Ludwig Wittgenstein, James Joyce, and Jean-Paul Sartre. Each chapter concentrates on one of those figures, presenting a concise overview of his personal life and contributions, while striving to place that individual in the cultural milieu that shaped his development.