The universe is really simple to understand when you know its basic constituent is vast empty space. Its properties sustain the universe from its smallest sub-atomic particles to its large scale structure.
Do you find it difficult to understand the complexities of modern physics?
If so, How to Build a Universe Beyond the Standard Models is the book for you!
Some of the topics many physicists find difficult to understand:
•The structure of photons, electrons, protons, neutrons and neutrinos that gives them their properties. They are not point particles.
•The physics behind Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity.
•The physics behind Einstein’s gravitational field equations from his General Theory of Relativity, including how mass distorts space-time to generate gravity.
•The nature of nuclear binding and the structure and properties of nuclei.
•The origin of the myriad sub-nuclear particles generated in particle accelerators and by cosmic rays, and the structure and properties of muons and pions.
•Even the physics behind some of the peculiar effects of quantum mechanics.
How to Build a Universe takes you on a step by step journey through those and other properties of the universe. The mathematics is not much more complex than Pythagoras’ theorem and early university integration calculus.
How to Build a Universe gives the structures of the the only five stable particles — the photon, electron, proton, (bound) neutron, and neutrino. It shows how their structure gives them their properties, adding new insights into how they generate the myriad sub-nucleon particles. It explains many other observations that pose problems for standard model physicists and makes dozens of predictions that can be tested to verify its accuracy!
Despite what the “experts” tell you, it really is simple to understand the basics of the universe. How to Build a Universe shows the continuity from the smallest sub-atomic particles and nuclear physics, through quantum physics, Newtonian physics and Maxwell’s equations, to its large scale structure. That is right! No discontinuity between sub-nuclear and particle physics, quantum physics, special relativity and gravity. All in three space dimensions and time, with no non-detected particles or introduced fields.
It matches experiment and observation and explains many other observations that pose problems for standard model physicists. How to Build a Universe makes dozens of predictions that can be tested to verify its accuracy!