Theoretical Particle Physics

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This book is a dialectical essay between beingness and the existence of particles. The fact that the existence of particles remains in question, has nothing to do with the fact of your own existence. "Theoretical Particle Physics" is handled in a way that both the beginner, aspirant and advanced physics astute can handle the subject matter and discussions of physics are more existential than technical but it pretty much covers all the bases. It is a very unique discourse on the mechanics of building a Universe of...
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Overview

This book is a dialectical essay between beingness and the existence of particles. The fact that the existence of particles remains in question, has nothing to do with the fact of your own existence. "Theoretical Particle Physics" is handled in a way that both the beginner, aspirant and advanced physics astute can handle the subject matter and discussions of physics are more existential than technical but it pretty much covers all the bases. It is a very unique discourse on the mechanics of building a Universe of solid matter versus virtual specific matter. It takes a specific gesture towards enlightenment through the field of holographic physics and physio-mechanics of this Universe. It very gently discusses the broader scope of existence and the surreal pretense of particles in this Universe and surrounding theoretical matrices. John Henry Morel does an exceptional job of analyzing the very fundamentals of physics and the physical existence or presence of life in this Universe. He takes a very enlightened approach to holographic sciences and holds man accountable for most of his contributions to such dilemmas. Mr. Morel also recounts significant treatises relevant to man's current condition or evolutionary status in the compound of "flux" and "dross" mechanics. This book also includes subjects that the author is renowned for in his other works and takes those subjects to new heights. This book is remarkably comprehensive given its length of right around 100 pages of easy to read text. It is also written in the modern languages and speaks very fluently to modern society. It is not so much a new age book as it is a new age thesis on holographic theory and phenomena. Mr. Morel is so keenly observant of our need to discuss topics relevant to current hydraulics and mechanics in society, he almost leaps ahead of us in his currency and fluency of language and connection to true discourses today. It may be that he is leading us there with ease and pleasure and we arrive in the future better educated as to the lack of education we have received over the centuries and millennia of our existence as a civilization. It may also be that he is writing for future generations as well because he leaves it all too clear that we have some catching up to do. This book is also an excellent compliment to "The Astrology of Man," which takes a high-handed approach to discuss an esoteric subject within a very, very practical framework. There will be nothing left to understand once you have read these two books. He pretty much calls a spade a spade and with tremendous clarity of purpose. Don't expect angels and tiddlywinks with this author. He treats the reader with integrity and truth and does not falsely sweeten its content with stale new age phrases and sound bites made for yesteryear's victims of saccharin sweet love and falsely gothic pretenses of psychics and ghost channelers gone south! This book resonates with profound levels of grisp understanding of salient truths that underly the foundations of civilization today. Do not miss this great work by a bestselling author of over 50 books internationally!! "Theoretical Particle Physics" carries the burden of truth and not theory because the author quickly explains that some things are just real and some things are just not. If you want real proof, get your hands on his books, "The Physics Notes" and "Primary Math," for real down to earth scientific inquiry and lust. Let us tell you that without this author on the scenes of new age theory and discussion, we would be lost in a mire of sophistry and puce explications of muddy new age hogwash and spewage. Muddy as they may be, such previous attempts at "new age" knowledge leave a great deal to be desired and often leave us sadder, more depressed and more apathetical in response. Allow your spirit to feel like new again with this terse and adroit work by a sentient master par excellence.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781935436850
  • Publisher: Rodaian Press
  • Publication date: 10/1/2009
  • Pages: 94
  • Product dimensions: 0.19 (w) x 9.69 (h) x 7.44 (d)

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