Theory Of Interaction The Simplest Explanation Of Everything

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The proposed, third for the last one hundred years, picture of the universe lacks the basic flaws of the big bang theory and explains many puzzling observations in the near and distant space. A small part of the book requires a space physics background, while most of it is written in a highly explanatory, sometimes entertaining, language. This makes the presented ideas and findings accessible to non-scientists and scientists of all persuasions. It is shown that complexity originates in the observer's mind from ...
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Overview

The proposed, third for the last one hundred years, picture of the universe lacks the basic flaws of the big bang theory and explains many puzzling observations in the near and distant space. A small part of the book requires a space physics background, while most of it is written in a highly explanatory, sometimes entertaining, language. This makes the presented ideas and findings accessible to non-scientists and scientists of all persuasions. It is shown that complexity originates in the observer's mind from the discovered amazingly simple structure of reality. The book asks too many questions, gives answers, tells attractive puzzles and extraordinary predictions. Everybody interested in the origin of the universe, life and mind will be deeply thrilled by the disclosed counterintuitive simplicity of nature. The simplicity of explanation can be challenged only with a greater simplicity because of the principle of economy, which is a basic tool in science, technology and engineering. This principle says that it is a vanity to do with more what can be done with less. Nothing is simpler than one self-reproducing interaction, whose multiscale similar outcomes account for everything. The author discovered this spirally contracting and expanding interaction and the consequent fireworks like universe beginning in 1991. The book brings to light his surprising findings and their confirmation by considerations and too many observations. It is well known that nothing is more practical than a good theory. So the improvement of the quality of life depends on the advance of knowledge. The revealed firework universe rocks with its stunning self-consistence as it lucidly explains the perplexing matter-antimatter asymmetry, the normal galaxies at the fringes of the observable universe, the creation of galaxies, stars and planets, the origin of life, consciousness and many other enigmatic phenomena.
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  • ISBN-13: 9789549103458
  • Publisher: Geones Books
  • Publication date: 6/14/2002
  • Pages: 368
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.82 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 30, 2004

    The universe revealed

    The appearance of singularity in the universe beginning is finally removed in a way that lucidly solves the big mysteries of the cosmos. Savov¿s theory of interaction is a very good read for truth searching minds. The author shows that things are amazingly simple at the most basic level.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 26, 2003

    Ubiquitous similarities

    The theory of interaction explores the omnipresent similarities in nature. The findings are spectacular and breath taking. This thought provoking book is a great buy together with books on pattern formation and self-organization.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2002

    A very original book, filled with challenging findings

    This is a book of startling originality. Eugene Savov discusses the basic problems of the big bang theory and then introduces his theory of interaction. It presents a ¿firework universe¿ in which everything is explained in a surprisingly simple and self-consistent way. The author studies the conundrums of perception and infinity. He considers science as an art of asking questions and asks many confusing questions along the pages of his book. Eugene Savov ponders at the interactions that lead to the creation of the observation and then suggests a universe in which many puzzles from the near and distant space find explication. Life and mind originate naturally in the terms his theory of interaction, which reads like a popular science made in the future. The proposed picture of the universe is quite intriguing with its convincing simplicity and spectacular development. There are also many unusual predictions that offer opportunities for research. The puzzling similarities between much different phenomena are considered and elucidated within this universal theory. I highly recommend the book to everyone interested in the rules of nature and the appearance of life and consciousness. The notions of the author give deeper insights in the elusive meaning of creation.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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