Unitivity Theory by Leroy R. Amunrud
A Theory of Everything

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This book is the result of constantly wondering about gravity, magnetism, electricity, and light, and repeatedly employing mathematics, and physics, to reveal the hidden mystery of these and other phenomena of the universe. This book possesses two approaches to the universe, and each of these approaches conserves both energy and momentum. One of these approaches looks at the universe from the perspective of theoretical physics. The second approach looks at the universe from the perspective of axiomatic mathematics. The end product in each case is unitivity theory. Unitivity theory possesses phenomena consistent with the phenomena of our universe, and further, possesses not only a unified field theory, but also, a "unified theory of everything". This "unified theory of everything" covers gravity, magnetism, electricity, light, force particles, quarks, charges, etc., and shows that all these have a common, unifying base. To the knowledge of the author, this is the first book to contain a derived theory that treats the whole universe in a unified way, and discloses that the universe is simple as one, two, four.The book also contains experimental results that support this new theory. One supporting example is run,11b, in which two steel balls bounce off from one another, and the magnitude of their combined momentum after the bounce is greater than it was before the bounce. In order to conserve action and anti-action, this event demands the existence of an ether-type space, a motor-type activity, and a type-two bounce that converts incoming momentum into outgoing momentum. All of these exist in unitivity theory. Also, it turns out that this type-two bounce is the mechanism that makes it easier to hit homeruns off fast pitched baseballs.
 

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Published July 7, 2007 by AuthorHouse. 204 pages
Genres: Science & Math, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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