Summary of Wave
To follow is a
summary of a lecture that I delivered at the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem, on May 5, 2004. The presentation capped fifty
years of research on my theory.
The fifteenth century witnessed
an epic revolution in thought and science, which was spearheaded
by Copernicus and substantiated in the seventeenth century
by Galileo. A similar thrust forward transpired at the beginning
of the twentieth century with the birth of Max Plank’s
Quantum Theory and Albert Einstein’s Theory of General
Relativity. These profound works redefined the way in which
we perceive the world. Moreover, these works heralded many
technological advances that have transformed the face of human
society. However, the scientific community has failed to unify
these two seminal ideas despite repeated attempts by many
The quest for a single, multi-disciplinary
theory capable of explaining every phenomenon in the universe,
from a physical, biological, and chemical standpoint lured
me in as well. While relying on the extant scientific literature,
I turned to nature, pouring through documentation and pictures
of natural phenomenon in the distinguished tradition of Charles
Darwin and Gregor Mendel.
Nevertheless, the basis of all
my endeavors was predicated on Einstein's renown equation,
e=mc2. I simply had a gut
feeling that these universally-accepted letters would provide
me with some insight as to the fundamental nature of our universe.
By turning the equation around into m=e/c2
we see that energy is the primary ingredient in matter. The
fact that energy travels at the speed of light (300,000 km
per second) indicates that space and time are also components
of matter, as energy travels over a certain distance in a
particular amount of time. Consequently, according to Wave
Theory, the fundamental component of every entity in the universe
is what I refer to as energetic matter, which is composed
of time space, and energy. Moreover, any unit of matter would
cease to exist should any one of these three elements be removed.
Interestingly, none of the abovementioned
components — time, space, and energy — are tangible.
In other words, matter is actually virtual, yet there is no
denying that it exists. For years, I was unable to come up
with any firm evidence that proved that these entities are
responsible for everything in the universe. As astonishing
as it might sound, a virtual coalition of elements forms the
very foundation of our universe!