This book provides an explanation of the number of space-time dimensions in our universe based on the number of qubit interactions and on the nature of the Asynchronous Logic parallelism requirements (both discussed in earlier books). Both approaches set the number of dimensions of our space-time to 4.
The book also shows that our Unified SuperStandard Model can be viewed as a distinct variant of SuperString theory due to the presence of strings within dressed free particles and the presence of SuperSymmetry. In brief the theory dresses particles with strings unlike SuperString theories which make strings into particles.
These topics are followed by a close study of the nature of a derivation of a fundamental theory of physics based on a three player model: Unchanging Concept of Reality (Theory), Map to material Reality, and the ‘Unmoved Mover.’
It finishes with a detailed outline of the derivation of the Unified SuperStandard Model. Some aspects of the model are changed and typos in previous books hopefully corrected.