Unified Fluid Dynamic Theory of Physics: A Physical Explanation of Gravity, Matter, Electromagnetic Forces, Photons, the Strong and Weak Forces, Quantum Mechanics, and Much More

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2011-09-07
  • Publisher: Authorhouse
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"This book challenges presuppositions by applying to basic physics new methods and tools borrowed from an unexpected source: fluid dynamics. The result is an entirely original reappraisal that will appeal to many critics of what history suggests is a deteriorating condition of today's fundamental physics. After all, when a so-called Standard Theory, accepted by physics professionals as the last word on their subject, contains 19 adjustable parameters, it is surely time for a revolution." - Thomas E. Phipps, Jr., Ph.D.Finally, a new unified theory of physics is available that does the impossible: it provides a physical understanding of physics. Space returns to three dimensions, and does not warp with time. Dr. Lang's remarkable new theory physically explains quantum mechanics, gravitational fields, electromagnetic fields, nuclear physics, the strong and weak forces, and much more. His recipe was to creatively blend fundamental laws of physics with fluid dynamics.Energy, mass, forces, fields, photons, elementary particles, quantum mechanics, electricity, magnetism, and gravity are now understandable; and each is surprisingly different from what is taught. for example, gravity is shown to be an inherent property of all photons and matter, quantum phenomena are no longer mysterious, and electric and magnetic fields are really fluid fields.Dr. Lang's theory is astonishingly different from Einstein's relativity, quantum mechanics, and the ether theory of the 1800's. The acceptance of this creative new theory will surely depend upon how well it unifies physics, agrees with experiment, explains known phenomena, predicts new phenomena, and solves any remaining physical mysteries in modern physics, chemistry, biology and other sciences.

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