Checkout the new blog where our contributors will be able to frequently comment on various topics and add new papers. Speaking of which our Unified Field Series has been updated through paper 154 with new equations on the interaction of gravity and electromagnetism.
We’ve also added a paper on Einstein’s Mistake. Check it out under Related Content by Horst Eckardt.
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Introduction to Unified Field Theory
The unified field theory presented on this site uses the three dimensions of space plus time. Using a modern and complete geometry all known laws of physics can be described with a single unified mathematical framework. Our unified model uses differential geometry in the spirit of General Relativity and introduces the full spectrum of transformation to the underlying geometric framework. The introduction of torsion resolves a long standing discrepancy between the equations of Gravity in General Relativity and the atomic behaviors in Quantum Mechanics. This reduces the probability in quantum uncertainty to effects of classical statistics rather than fundamentally probabilistic behavior. Here is a brief introduction and summary to the unified field theory presented on this site.
Introduction to New Technology
In our technology section we will showcase various science experiments and technologies from a variety of groups and companies from around the world to expand new ways of thinking. It is these experiments and technologies that don’t fit the standard model of physics that drive us to develop a new unified model to understand and explain these findings. By bringing together the scientific and engineering communities we will expand our knowledge and start a generation of industry to help us solve many of today’s challenges