This is a book on theoretical physics.
Theoretical, meaning exploring a theory, exploring an explanation thought up by someone that explains something. It's a best guess based on observed data and personal interpretations of what that data means and the results of experiments to help conform that explanation.
Physics, meaning physical science. Simple. The study of all physical things and phenomenon. From the biggest, to the smallest, and even all your day-to-day stuff.
So theoretical physics is just discussing theories and explanations to how all of nature physically works. What causes what, why something happens, and such like that.
In science, everything is considered a theory. Everything. Nothing is written in stone. And no matter how solid of a theory something is, it is still a theory.
What is gravity? Have you ever really considered it? How it effects you?
Some of the greatest minds ever to have lived spent years of their lives trying to understand and explain gravity. Yet their picture remains incomplete, until now.
Before proceeding into the solutions, you must view the very generalized outline of the existing problems we are currently encountering with our comprehension of the universe as a whole. Because despite all the knowledge we have discovered and compiled in physical science, the vast majority of the phenomenon we observe in the universe remains a mystery to us.
Erik Warsaw understands the simplest answers often hold the truth. Gravity is not some exotic force exerted from other dimensions or some mystery to remain unsolved. Even those unfamiliar with science will understand the simple truth found in the pages of Dark Matter. From the Big Bang to the present, rediscover your universe!
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Table of Contents
The Current Universe and All Its Troubles 13
Two Common Forces 27
The True Universe 31
Dynamic Fractals 59
A General Understanding 65
The Ether 67
Zero Viscosity 83
NTV and NTA 87
Vortex Element Sifting 89
Vortex Element Sifting's Further Effects 97
Color as a Tool 101
The Winding Problem 105
Mercury's Orbit 107
Fast Galaxies 115
Extragalactic Jets 117
Static Medium 121
The History of Gravity 125
QGD and the Graviton 129
General Relativity Vs. Ether Theory 131
Black Holes: The Myth 143
Theodore Kaluza 145
Wind in Waves 151
Dark Flow 153
Asteroid Belt Alternative 155
Binary Stars 157
Atmosphere Reflection 161
An Observation of Our Common Particles 165
To Catch a Photon 167
Perpetual Particle Charge 169
Consequences of the Nonexistence of Zero Charge 173
Charge Theory 181
Internal Nucleon Structure 187
Particle Clotting 189
Nuclear Mass Defect 195
The Hunt for the Elusive Antineutrino 197
General Medium Dynamics 199
Magnetic Theory 205
The Double-Slit Experiment 215
Wave Sync 225
Medium Genealogy 241
Positive or Negative Charge: The Final Unification 251
Nucleon Transitions 267
Exploring Particle Relativity 275
Appendix 1 Comprehension 289
Appendix 2 Conveying Knowledge 291
Appendix 3 The Long Bang 293
Appendix 4 The Big Bounce 295
Appendix 5 The Grand Picture 299