Right from the very first pages of its prologue, "The Universal Physics Theory (Third edition)" hurls you into a mind struggle between what you were told were scientific facts and the paradoxes they bear.
"Nature is what it is;" Launier says, "it is not a question of choice or point of view." As a card-carrying skeptic, the author questions everything: from simple equations to entire theoretical concepts. He is adamant for the truth, dogged to logic and commonsense. While most physicists attempt to synthesize the quantum-relativistic unification, and others strive to surpass Einstein's boldness with increasingly off-the-wall metaphysical propositions, Launier goes digging into history in search for the broken link where physics and logic drifted apart. What he discovered will shock you...! The many paradoxes and incongruities, which plague modern physics, now become explicable. It is no wonder that physicists believe that: "As we enter the microworld, logic no longer applies." It is not logic that does not apply, but rather our flawed institutions!
In astute settings, Launier sets the pace with a disquieting assessment of Young's concept of energy, "force per displacement" as he compares it against the conservation of energy law and the three laws of motion. He is thorough! His arrays of proofs are unsettling, to say the least! What is more disturbing yet, is that it also proves, by the same token, that "e" is NOT equal to mc²; not even close...! The author then takes you back into history reinvestigating the experiment which incited Einstein in developing his special theory of relativity. He is not satisfied at exposing the guilefulness of the doctrine's foundation; he goes beyond and scrutinizes its concepts and equations. You will discover a trait of Einstein's character hitherto never disclosed. And we are merely at the beginning of the book; we have another 19 chapters of controversies and resolves thereof to go.
Launier does not try to baffle you with startling ideas and complex mathematics; on the contrary, his simple English style and no acronyms approach, backed up with plenty of illustrations and everyday examples, makes for "The Universal Physics Theory" (Third edition) a comfortable read even for the layman. But make no mistake; it is yet generating unprecedented repercussions.
"The Universal Physics Theory (Third edition)" is, by far, the most controversial treatise ever written on physics. It calls into question the entire structure of the edifice. Not only does Launier expose the flawed foundations, he clearly and explicitly details their origins, where they went wrong, and how to make them right. "Our quest for a 'Grand Unified Theory' was no more than a deceit which stemmed from misleading institutions" says Launier.
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Published March 11, 2011
by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.
Science & Math.