Model Mechanics: A Revolutionary New Theory of the Universe
Model Mechanics: The Final Theory is a new book that describes a new theory of physics and cosmology based on the concept of absolute motion. Absolute motion is that motion of an object in a stationary, structured and elastic light-conducting medium called the E-Matrix. Also absolute motion is that motion of an object with respect to the light waves being transmitted by the E-Matrix.
The main features of Model Mechanics are as follows:
á It offers a realistic origin of the universe.
á It offers realistic processes for the origin of all visible matters.
á It explains the cell division and the consciousness processes.
á It provides a mechanism to unify all the forces of nature.
á It can be validated experimentally.
á It gives rise to an Improved Relativity Theory (IRT).
á It gives rise to a new theory of gravity called Doppler Theory of Gravity (DTG)
á It includes Special Theory of Relativity and General Theory of Relativity as subsets.
á It provides physical models for all the math of Quantum Mechanics.
á It postulates a new repulsive fifth force identified as the CRE force.
á It gives a physical explanation for the charge of a particle.
á It gives physical explanations all the weird results of all quantum experiments.
á It explains the structures of atoms.
Selected papers on Model Mechanics:
Doppler Theory of Gravity (DTG)
This paper describes a new theory of gravity called DTG based on the concept of solute motions between interacting objects. DTG is compatible with the electromagnetic and nuclear forces and thus the unification of all the forces of nature becomes feasible.
Improved Relativity Theory (IRT)
This paper describes a new theory of relativity called IRT. IRT includes SRT and GRT as a subsets. However, unlike SRT, the equations of IRT are valid in all environments, including gravity.
Past and Propose Experiments Detecting Absolute Motion
This paper describes some new doable proposed experiments to detect absolute motion. Also the existence of absolute motions provides valid explanation for the photoelectric experiment and the weird results of the double-slit experiment.