Articles collection 2003-2005
United nature theory
Introduction to volume III
Einstein’s space time curvature~ wave structure of matter.
United nature theory-wave theory.
Chaim Henry Tejman, Dr.
United Nature Theory – Wave Theory unites every discipline of science, providing a universal principle equally applicable to macro and micro- models. Similar to Darwin’s description of nature and to Mendeleyev’s puzzle work, it’s roots are based in the concepts of Einstein’s general relativity of space time curvature.
The main underlying concept of United Nature Theory proposes that a quantum (introduced by Max Planck in 1900) is comprised of two semi loops as nature shows. In wave formations-quant -duality one semi loop is energetic pushing pulling like Kerr swirls and the other is magnetic gravitational shrinking with condensation properties like the Schwartzschild swirl. These are interconnected by paths promoting energetic circulation between them and are in constant dynamic competition vying for super positions reminiscent of the Schrödinger’s cat model. That is the most ingenious nature creation. This duality of energetic matter formation leads to understanding the behavior of all energetic matter formations as gravity quantum, Newton’s –Einstein’s time, fundamental forces, atom structure, magnetism and electricity and introduces idea of life cycles of the universe.
Stephan’s Quintet. NASA Galaxy M-51 NASA
Wave formations- quant
In 1932, mathematician Dirac proposed that the quantum is composed of four particles (2+, 2-). Kalzua and Klein proposed in 1926 that the universe is composed of two formations, this was supported by Einstein. The big bang theory presented by Lemaitre in 1927, reiterated the idea of changing space (Einstein). This spontaneous activity of energetic matter results in similar formation, but not identical products, as outlined in Feynman’s ‘sum over histories’.
For complete understanding of the theory, I attach the summary of six articles
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5) FJ Kerr, JV Hindman, MS Carpenter The large-scale structure of the Galaxy - Nature, 1957
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Spitzer, L.; On the evolution of stars and
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- Naturwissenschaften, 1935
8) Philosopiae naturalis principia mathematica by Isaac Newton,1726
9) Tony Hey & Patrick Walters, The new quantum universe, Cambridge University press, 2003
10) Roger A. Freedman, William J. Kaufman
III, Universe-stars and galaxies 2005
13) P.A.M. Dirac, The principles of quantum mechanics. 4th rev. ed., Oxford, Press (1958 Cla
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