The Grand Unified Theory of Physics (2020)

The Grand Unified Theory of Physics Joseph M. Brown The Grand Unified Theory of Physics The strong nuclear force the electromagnetic force the weak nuclear force and the gravitational force are all derived from one postulated particle the postulated velocity of the particle and the
  • Title: The Grand Unified Theory of Physics
  • Author: Joseph M. Brown
  • ISBN: 9780971294462
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Hardcover
The Grand Unified Theory of Physics Joseph M. Brown The strong nuclear force, the electromagnetic force, the weak nuclear force, and the gravitational force are all derived from one postulated particle, the postulated velocity of the particle, and the postulated collision mechanism of the particles Thus, the unified field theory so long sought after by Einstein and others has been obtained In addition, the unified theoryThe strong nuclear force, the electromagnetic force, the weak nuclear force, and the gravitational force are all derived from one postulated particle, the postulated velocity of the particle, and the postulated collision mechanism of the particles Thus, the unified field theory so long sought after by Einstein and others has been obtained In addition, the unified theory presented here also derives the particles of matter, radiation, and even the neutrinos A truly unified theory of physics is presented.
The Grand Unified Theory of Physics Joseph M. Brown

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  1. Ian Reynir

    Very impressive theory This theory is incredibly well developed I have yet to see a particle based theory with this level of rigor It is worth a read by anyone who wants to be at the real forefront of particle physics research I have studied this theory for the last two years and I m currently working to apply it to a problem in electromagnetism My motivation for using this approach is that it offers a physical mechanism for describing the behavior of electrons I was unable to find a tractable m [...]

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