Two books that could transform your understanding of reality:
The physics of material reality as never before -
in beautiful pictures and flowing poetry.
A radically new, but ages old, perspective on the nature of material reality.
A layman's view of
the scientific issues.
In these books
Dr Grahame Blackwell presents, in two quite different styles, his findings from ten years of scientific investigation and careful mathematical analysis.
(No maths in either book.)
[Full maths available here]
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Gravity: The Great Attraction
– and The Great Enigma
For the first time ever: a step-by-step explanation of how it is that
"Matter tells space how to curve and curved space tells matter how to move."
In other words, why things fall down – how gravity actually works.
As Published in a Peer-Reviewed Scientific Paper
in a Leading International Scientific & Technical Journal
Once we know how space is shaped, the spaceways are wide open . .
Stop Press (6th June 2012): See details of new supporting research reported in New Scientist.
[See also details of a previous paper giving a radically new perspective on Relativity]
Now, for the very first time, a mainstream peer-reviewed journal has published details of what 'curved space' might mean, how it may be that massive objects could cause that 'shaping' of space and why objects would follow those curves in the way described by General Relativity. Not even Einstein himself offered explanations for any of those effects.
Gravity has always been an enigma, with a number of questions attached to it:
(1) Why does gravity always attract, never repel like static electricity and magnetism do?
(2) Why is gravity so weak compared to those forces?
(Only 1/1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000th of their strength!)
(3) How is it that the effect of gravity reaches right the way across the universe?
All of these questions, as well as those questions about what 'curved space' is and how it works, are answered by just one simple proposal, spoken of by mystics for thousands of years and supported by reams of well-established findings from top scientists, spanning more than a century. That simple proposal, presented in detail in a previous paper, is: 'All elementary sub-atomic particles are formed from photons of electromagnetic energy – light' (including non-visible frequencies).
Now a second paper by the same author, Dr Grahame Blackwell, has been published in 'Kybernetes', the journal of the World Organisation of Systems and Cybernetics. 'Cosmic system dynamics: a cyberneticist's perspective on gravitation' appears as an invited paper in the final issue of the 40th anniversary volume. Referencing over thirty peer-reviewed publications, including works from four of the world's greatest Nobel laureates, it builds on that previous paper to show how light-based particles of matter could be responsible for creating every effect that we attribute to gravitation.
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