Our undiscovered universe : introducing null physics : the science of uniform and unconditional reality (Book, 2007) [Beloit College]
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Our undiscovered universe : introducing null physics : the science of uniform and unconditional reality

Our undiscovered universe : introducing null physics : the science of uniform and unconditional reality

Author: Terence Witt
Publisher: Melbourne [Australia] : Aridian Pub. Corp., ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"At long last, a theory has emerged that addresses the foundation of reality logically, rationally, empirically, and completely--Null Physics. The universe it reveals doesn't rely on unknowable precursors in the ancient, untestable past. The universe it reveals won't collapse or grow old and die. Null Physics tells us why the universe exists, how the universe exists, and why it is the way it is."--Page 2 of cover.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Terence Witt
ISBN: 9780978593131 9780978593117 0978593138 0978593111
OCLC Number: 175280248
Description: xx, 457 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Foundation --
Something from nothing --
Finite hyperspace --
Finite dimensionality --
Ultrastasis --
pt. 2. Physics of energy --
Quantum neorealism --
Absolute space --
Energy's geometry --
Unit hypervolume --
pt. 3. Physics of matter --
Matter's quantization --
Field-core superposition --
Particle field force --
Core interaction --
Gravitation --
pt. 4. Cosmology --
Physical null cosmology --
Cosmic luminous path --
Cosmic proton path --
Appendix A. Predictions --
Appendix B. Universal and physical constants --
Appendix C. Universal parameters and astrophysical constants --
Appendix D. Universal variability --
Appendix E. Lorentz transform and absolute space --
Appendix F. The generalized particle field and core dynamics --
Appendix G. The superluminal criterion --
Appendix H. Particle field reference --
Appendix I. Deep space photons : annihilation and fusion --
Appendix J. White dwarf history --
Appendix K. Annihilation cycle --
Appendix L. Energy loss in a redshifted blackbody spectrum --
Appendix M. Surface brightness loss in images of distant objects --
Appendix N. Neutrinos and dark matter --
Appendix O. Galactic core : power losses and thermal currents --
Appendix P. Material flux and vortical flow --
Appendix Q. Quasi-stellar objects.
Other Titles: Null physics :
Responsibility: Terence Witt.

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"At long last, a theory has emerged that addresses the foundation of reality logically, rationally, empirically, and completely--Null Physics. The universe it reveals doesn't rely on unknowable precursors in the ancient, untestable past. The universe it reveals won't collapse or grow old and die. Null Physics tells us why the universe exists, how the universe exists, and why it is the way it is."--Page 2 of cover.
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“Our Undiscovered Universe” by Terence Witt

by RealityCheck (WorldCat user published 2009-03-03) Poor Permalink

See this review of “Our Undiscovered Universe” by Terence Witt from a professional physicist (Benjamin Monreal):
<a href="http://web.mit.edu/~bmonreal/www/Null_Physics_Review.html">http://web.mit.edu/~bmonreal/www/Null_Physics_Review.html</a>

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Our Undiscovered Universe

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I have been interested in physics for most of my adult life because I believe a deep understanding of physics will reveal how the universe works.  Since it is, by definition, the hardest of the hard sciences, I have been and continue...
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