Navigating the Atomic Nucleus

Navigating the Atomic Nucleus

by Miles Mathis

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ISBN-13: 9781987059038
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 04/02/2019
Series: Charge Field , #3
Edition description: revised
Pages: 330
Sales rank: 98,987
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Miles Williams Mathis attended both Haverford College and the University of Texas, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude. He has published over 6000 pages of physical and mathematical analysis online, and both his websites are now viral, outranking Wikipedia on many topics.

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Navigating the Atomic Nucleus 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous 13 days ago
“Crackpottery par excellence.?”..............this tripe from a spook who has NEVER read the book... Typical! Congratulations Miles for exposing fake science again! And hats off to Barnes & Nobile for making this available to the awakening masses!!!
AvantGarde 13 days ago
This much welcomed work is nothing less than revolutionary. It is a thoroughly materialist and rationalist re-conception of the Atom and Atomic nucleus based on the existing data -- this new "charge engine" model of matter at the atomic scale is unrivaled in its ability to convey a mechanical understanding of the relationship between protons, electrons, charge, and molecular bonding. Mathis dispenses with the mysticism and idealism introduced into quantum physics a la Bohr and Heisenberg, and fills in the theoretical holes. This work among others should be seriously studied by everyone interested in objective truth. Anyone who is -- should oppose the attempts to censor and shut down these competing ideas, and condemn the act of smear campaigns and slander at anyone who challenges the ruling ideas. As we know, the ruling ideas are "in every epoch[,] the ideas of the ruling class, i.e., the class which is the ruling material force of society [--] is at the same time its ruling intellectual force." So too are the ruling ideas within mainstream physics. In fact science and academia is far from being immune to these historical laws or above the influence of class forces and interests. Since we live under the imperialist epoch in decline, unlike the 19th century where the bourgeoisie was on the rise and still a progressive and revolutionary class -- today truth, understanding, rationalism, and theoretical clarity invariably goes against the interests of the ruling class, and for that reason it is repressed. For the same reason, irrationalism, neokantianism, postmodernism and other idealist and immaterialist poison is promoted and injected to dominate discourse at every intellectual terminal in capitalist society, be it philosophy, politics, and even physical theory.
Anonymous 15 days ago
From my vantage point, it seems quite strange to see so many self-proclaimed purveyors of intellectual thought and reason spending countless hours hunting down any live discussion of Miles Mathis and filling it with slander. If this man is such a waste of space, and a schizophrenic psycho like the drunk down the block who claims he's best friends with Elvis, why on God's green earth are all of you so invested in tearing him down? I don't see hundreds of pages of slander on google for the local nut from the sanitarium, what makes Miles any more deserving? I'll tell you what, he threatens their entire domain. He shows them to be the frauds they are, and even though he is a lone man slinging arrows into an army with steel-reinforced barriers, somehow every single one of his projectiles strikes the heart of you cowards. Ready? Put your ears to the ground and you'll hear it coming yourself: I will be told I'm simply another one of Miles' many aliases. It's crazy how such a nobody goes from being a thoughtless hack to a mastermind controlling the entire internet in less than 2 minutes, but these guys aren't afraid to contradict themselves; their only job is to sling mud and if that means getting their own hands dirty then it's a sacrifice they're willing to make.
Anonymous 15 days ago
Crackpottery par excellence.