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AETHEREAL MULTIVERSE: A NEW UNIFYING THEORETI-
CAL APPROACH TO COSMOLOGY, PARTICLE PHYSICS AND

QUANTUM GRAVITY
L. Glinka, Poland
ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-56-8; 830 pages, hardback, 2012; £110.00/$175.00
This monograph is irst of all the proposal of the unifying approach to particle physics, cosmology, and quantum gravity
based on the most essential pieces of modern theoretical physics – Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Field Theory, Special
Relativity, General Relativity, and Thermodynamics – and creates fruitful methodological background to solve the
intriguing problems of high energy physics, cosmology, and gravitational physics.




THE V-BANG: HOW THE UNIVERSE BEGAN
Josh Greenberger, formerly NASA, USA
ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-07-0, 140 pages, softback, May 2012; £30.00/$45.00
This book deals with a number of scientiic issues, but focuses primarily on the Big Bang theory. The Big Bang theory, as
the readers are probably aware, has numerous vexing, and some insurmountable, problems. This book deals with a number of
scientiic issues, but focuses primarily on the Big Bang theory. The V-Bang also addresses the following issues: dark matter,
how some galaxies and super structures can appear to be older than the universe, why the universe looks so evenly no matter
what part of the sky we look at (known as ‘the horizon problem’), and more.




NONLINEAR DIRAC EQUATION, MAGNETIC MONOPOLES
AND DOUBLE SPACE-TIME


Claude Daviau, France
ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-58-2, 180 pages, hardback, August 2012; £50.00/$80.00
Beginnings of quantum mechanics are revised and the author starts from the point where relativity and quantum
mechanics were compatible. A modiied wave equation for the electron is used. The relativistic invariance is then
enlarged to a greater invariance group and the irst consequences are studied. This invariance applies to the whole
electromagnetism, including magnetic monopoles. Another space-time variety is seen which is very different from
the usual relativistic space-time.




ONE THROW OF THE DICE: CONTEMPORARY PHYSICS AND
ITS PHILOSOPHY
David Z. Rich, Israel
ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-94-0; 225 pages, hardback, March 2014; £50.00/$80.00
David Z. Rich’s work is a new theory in physics, based on information theory, utility theory, and probability theory devel-
oped in the work, unifying physics, demonstrating that while we can never know if the Old One plays dice with the world, it
is as if He threw the dice just once. This is a new theory and developed for theory testing is the approach of the critical test,
as opposed to Karl Poppler’s crucial experiment. The critical test relies on critique for debate and clariication, resulting,
perhaps, in retesting, as explained in this work. This is a new philosophical work as well as a new theory in physics, and
explains the problems of contemporary physics, and reformulates them into a new and effective theory.


BEYOND NEWTON AND ARCHIMEDES
Ajay Sharma, ndia
ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-93-3; 340 pages, hardback, October 2013, £50.00/$80.00
Taking into account the current experimental and technological accomplishments and theoretical methods, this book stresses
the basic laws of science, i.e. Archimedes principle, Newtons’ laws, need to be generalized.. Generalization of the laws and
principle are inevitable. Newton did not discover the Second Law of Motion F = ma. This is clear from the critical study
of the Principia. The 2265 years old Archimedes principle has limitations that it does not take into account the shape of
the body and the viscosity of the medium. The Archimedes principle predicts that the volume of the medium illing a loat-
ing balloon/vessel becomes indeterminate, i.e. 0/0. These are serious limitations of the principle. Archimedes principle is
generalized (up thrust is proportional weight of luid displaced), the generalized form takes all elusive factors in account.



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