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Integral Theory of the Universe

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A new scientific theory with the full explanation of the universe. Its shape, dimensions, past, present and future.Reveals the mysteries of: Cosmic Inflation, Dark Energy, Dark Matter, Dark Flow and the operation and dimensions of star black hole and primordial black holes componentsTranscends: Einstein's Theory of Relativity (Special and General), for its incompatibility with the expansion of the universe.Discovers: The hidden rotating orbits of the Sun which travel on each ecliptic plane a trajectory similar to the orbits that run through the planets, the current dimensions of the universe; the mathematical demonstration of the origin of the Big Bang and what end of our universe will occur at any time and without warning; that our universe houses 56 Miniverses (small autonomous universes); the scientific demonstration of Hubble's law; the current age of the universe is 13,978 billion years; the curvature of space-time; the cause and origin of gravity; the exact value of the gravitational constant; the source of the energy of the universe; the cause of the formation of the Earth's core; the creation of matter and space-time, as and when galaxies were created, the cause of the 23.5o tilt of the Earth's axis of rotation, that periodic change in earth's obliqueness is the main cause of global warming , the cause of the eccentricity of the elliptical orbits of the planets according to the 1a law of Kepler, the discovery of two phenomena hitherto unknown by physics the "drag flow of space-time" through the black holes and the "flow of space-time drag" through the primordial black holes and finally that we are part of an infinite Fractal Multiverse in space and time

A New Model of the Universe

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DIVForemost occultist of early 20th century offers stimulating, thought-provoking discussions of relativity, the fourth dimension, Christian symbolism, the tarot, yoga, dreams and more. Introduction. /div

Model of the Universe

Author : Bobby McGehee
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This Model of the Universe concludes the universe to be a spherical region within a much larger region of primordial matter. Primordial Matter is determined to be an endless array of positroniums; matter (+) and antimatter (-) particles, stabilized in and by an equally spaced (.6 cm) hexahedron arrangement. When positron + and electron - particles come in contact they annihilate into photons; when photon concentrations become adequate, they precipitate into corporeal matter of the universe. The initial annihilation started a chain reaction from a single + & - pair which upset the positronium rotation synchronization. Photons from annihilations propagate in all directions and produce more continuing chain reaction annihilations. Outward flowing photon concentrations coalesce and precipitate into subatomic particles. Accretions of particles produce the objects and matter of the universe. The continuing process is called the deflagration wave, because a simple understandable analogy relates to a flame propagating through dry grass: matter is not created nor destroyed; it is only converted from one form of matter into another. All processes in this Model have been proven, and verified; all are consistent with the Laws of Physics.

A Model of the Universe

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He shows that this theory can illuminate a wide variety of hitherto unresolved philosophical problems: these include the direction and flow of time, the nature of scientific laws, the interpretation of quantum mechanics, the definition of probability, counterfactual semantics, and the notions of identity, essential properties, deliberation, decision, and free will.

a unified model of the universe

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The Cognitive Theoretic Model of the Universe A New Kind of Reality Theory

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Paperback version of the 2002 paper published in the journal Progress in Information, Complexity, and Design (PCID). ABSTRACT Inasmuch as science is observational or perceptual in nature, the goal of providing a scientific model and mechanism for the evolution of complex systems ultimately requires a supporting theory of reality of which perception itself is the model (or theory-to-universe mapping). Where information is the abstract currency of perception, such a theory must incorporate the theory of information while extending the information concept to incorporate reflexive self-processing in order to achieve an intrinsic (self-contained) description of reality. This extension is associated with a limiting formulation of model theory identifying mental and physical reality, resulting in a reflexively self-generating, self-modeling theory of reality identical to its universe on the syntactic level. By the nature of its derivation, this theory, the Cognitive Theoretic Model of the Universe or CTMU, can be regarded as a supertautological reality-theoretic extension of logic. Uniting the theory of reality with an advanced form of computational language theory, the CTMU describes reality as a Self Configuring Self-Processing Language or SCSPL, a reflexive intrinsic language characterized not only by self-reference and recursive self-definition, but full self-configuration and self-execution (reflexive read-write functionality). SCSPL reality embodies a dual-aspect monism consisting of infocognition, self-transducing information residing in self-recognizing SCSPL elements called syntactic operators. The CTMU identifies itself with the structure of these operators and thus with the distributive syntax of its self-modeling SCSPL universe, including the reflexive grammar by which the universe refines itself from unbound telesis or UBT, a primordial realm of infocognitive potential free of informational constraint. Under the guidance of a limiting (intrinsic) form of anthropic principle called the Telic Principle, SCSPL evolves by telic recursion, jointly configuring syntax and state while maximizing a generalized self-selection parameter and adjusting on the fly to freely-changing internal conditions. SCSPL relates space, time and object by means of conspansive duality and conspansion, an SCSPL-grammatical process featuring an alternation between dual phases of existence associated with design and actualization and related to the familiar wave-particle duality of quantum mechanics. By distributing the design phase of reality over the actualization phase, conspansive spacetime also provides a distributed mechanism for Intelligent Design, adjoining to the restrictive principle of natural selection a basic means of generating information and complexity. Addressing physical evolution on not only the biological but cosmic level, the CTMU addresses the most evident deficiencies and paradoxes associated with conventional discrete and continuum models of reality, including temporal directionality and accelerating cosmic expansion, while preserving virtually all of the major benefits of current scientific and mathematical paradigms.

The Great Collision A Unidirectional Model of the Universe

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A New Model of the Universe

Author : Peter Demianovitch Ouspensky
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Cosmology

Author : Edward Harrison
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Thoroughly revised and updated introduction to past and present cosmological theory.

Relativistic Models of the Universe with Pressure Equal to Zero and Time dependent Uniformity

Author : Windsor L. Sherman
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Double Relativity Effect film Theory of the Universe

Author : Siva Prasad KODUKULA
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This book is a content of the paper entitled 'Double Relativity Effect and its Applications' has been presented at 'International Conference on Relativity' (ICR-2005) held at Amravathi, INDIA in January,2005 . Lot of research has been done on he basis of this book. The abstracts also have been mentioned in this book. This book is very much helpful for researchers in the field of fundamentals of relativity and astrophysics. All the new abstracts of the papers presented at the end of this book are combination or network of ideas which are logically or mathematically linked up with each other.The book concluded a new model of the universe.According to this Film Theory ,Universe is made up of films in which all the actions are predetermined.

The Architecture of the Heavens Containing a New Theory of the Universe and the Extent of the Deluge and the Testimony of the Bible and Geology in Opposition to the Views of Dr Colenso

Author : Ezekiel Stone Wiggins
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The Rise and Fall of the Universe Cosmos

Author : David C. Shaw
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This book documents the two ideas of cosmos that prevailed from about 500 BCE until about 1840 CE. These two ideas of cosmos were the foundation for theories of creation that continue even today. Both of these ideas of cosmos were based on the perception of the sky as a solid structure, a work of art, divine art. The four revolutionary scientists of the modern era Copernicus, Galileo, Kepler, and Newton did a great deal to challenge the cosmos. Their work was limited, however, to our solar system. They left the solid sky standing. This book identifies Edmond Halley as a neglected revolutionary who provided the first evidence against the solid sky. Halley opened the opportunity for us to begin the search for a new theory of creation.

A Theory of the Universe

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The Unified Theory of the Universe and Everything

Author : Frank Barlow
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Inspired by Albert Einstein, Frank Barlow has been writing technical articles for over thirty years. He answers some age-old questions in his new book The Unified Theory of the Universe and Everything; tackling questions that have been asked about the universe, life, the smallest particle, and the end of time, all are answered from a layman's perspective, using simple observations and a few revolutionary theories.Barlow asks: How did matter form? How have we and the galaxies evolved? Why is the universe expanding? When will it all end? Who are we and where do we fit in the big picture? He asserts that his statements and observations are all logically substantiated.His motivation came from a sudden realization of why the universe was expanding and everything within it. The same theory seemed to answer many additional questions about how the smallest possible particle could exist. He also answers questions that have been puzzling scientists, such as the dual nature of light, the nature of the universe, time, and even questions regarding our own thought process.Barlow says, "Everyone seems to have noticed that time is passing very quickly these days, weeks and months just seem to fly by." The book offers an explanation for this speeding up of time and its ultimate conclusion.The Unified Theory of the Universe will open your eyes and answer your questions.

Fundamentals of the General Theory of the Universe

Author : Vladimir (Waldemar) Groo (Groh)
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Fundamentals of the General Theory of the Universe builds upon knowledge empirically obtained by mankind. In doing so, it interprets phenomena that have until now lacked definitive explanation, such as superconductivity and propagation of electromagnetic waves in conductor and in vacuum; the book also resolves the dilemma of the well-known wave-practical dualism. For the first time ever, this book answers the question, "What is gravitational interaction?" The book points out the connection between our material world and the world of elementary particles, as exemplified by n0?1H1. Here one will find classification of matter and its creation. The author underscores the universal character of the laws of energy distribution at all matter levels. The levels themselves are triune and built in "the image and after the likeliness". This book is the first attempt ever at combining all natural sciences and stepping out of the bounds of generally accepted concepts.

Finite Theory of the Universe Dark Matter Disproof and Faster than light Speed

Author : Phil Bouchard
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The mathematical representation of General Relativity uses a four dimensional reference frame to position in time and space an object with or without mass. This causes the theory opening doors to ideas such as:· Singularity· Wormhole· Dark matter· Cosmic expansion faster than cThese hypotheses and observations can neither be proven nor understood other than the latter where space is being expanded following the arbitrary cosmological constant of the Universe according to General Relativity.In this book a new mathematical model is introduced that resolves and explains behaviors previously stated. Several misunderstood concepts of the Universe are then being clarified following our model, which accepts tunneling effects hence FTL messages, also includes a disproof on the needfulness of the ambient dark matter populating galaxies and Special Relativity itself.

Resonance Universe Theory

Author : Steven Grisafi
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All human knowledge of the natural world can be summarized by a handful of fundamental principles or laws. The second law of thermodynamics is one of these select few. Its importance to our understanding of the natural world cannot be overstated. Both the first and second laws of thermodynamics are empirical facts. Neither requires statement in mechanical terms nor justification as to why they should be. They are the expression of countless observations, which have always found them valid. However, scientists have sought to cast these laws in the more familiar terms of mechanics. It has been believed that Boltzmann's H-theorem provides the mechanical basis for the second law of thermodynamics. "Resonance Universe Theory: A Theory of Time" shows this interpretation to be too far reaching. By reformulating the H-theorem to model a system's trajectory through a series of nonequilibrium states and then attending to the universe as a whole by developing a wave mechanics cosmology, author Dr. Steven Grisafi asserts that the second law of thermodynamics is a consequence of the expansion of the observable universe. This cosmology yields a measure for entropic time that then replaces both absolute time and space-time.

A New Model of the Universe

Author : P. D. Ouspensky
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2013 Reprint of 1931 Edition. Exact facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. In this classic work, Ouspenky analyzes certain of the older schools of thought from the East and the West, connecting them with modern ideas and explaining them in light of the most recent discoveries and speculations in newer schools of philosophy and religion. In the course of his research he integrates the theories of relativity, the fourth dimension and current psychological theories. The book closes with a consideration of the sex problem from the perspective of sex in relation to the evolution of man toward superman.

Einstein For Dummies

Author : Carlos I. Calle
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Genius demystified, the Dummies way! In 1905, Albert Einstein revolutionized modern physics with his theory of relativity. He went on to become a twentieth-century icon-a man whose name and face are synonymous with "genius." Now, at last, ordinary readers can explore Einstein's life and work in this new For Dummies guide. Physicist Carlos Calle chronicles Einstein's career and explains his work-including the theories of special and general relativity-in language that anyone can understand. He shows how Einstein's discoveries affected everything from the development of the atom bomb to the theory of quantum mechanics. He sheds light on Einstein's personal life and beliefs, including his views on religion and politics. And he shows how Einstein's work continues to affect our world today, from nuclear power to space travel to artificial intelligence.