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Do you think that NEWTON, EINSTEIN and others have unraveled all the <strong>mysteries of this universe</strong>? Of course, they have done a fine job. But there is still more!
Long ago, ARISTOTLE held: a moving body always requires some force to keep it moving. Later, NEWTON corrected him: once the body is set in motion, there is no need of any further force to keep it moving. Is this the final answer? No, there is yet another possibility: <strong>a body can move on its own</strong>. Can’t believe?
The new concept: <strong>All bodies are made up of particles of light</strong> and hence always remain in motion like light. Of course, we are all moving at speeds comparable to that of light. ‘Impossible!’ you may say. Just consider the following.
The moon is moving at a speed of 1km per second, the earth moves at a speed nearly 30 times of that. The speed of sun is nearly 8-10 times of that of the earth. So the galaxy would me moving at a speed 10- 25 times that of sun, and the galaxy-cluster would be moving at a speed 10- 25 times of that of a galaxy, that is, nearly one third of that of light. And, we are all moving along with our cluster at that speed. ‘Seems logical’, isn’t it?
This book puts forth the above concept and explains the physical world on the basis of a new set of laws. Some<strong> new proposals</strong> put forth in the book: <strong>Light moves along a circular path</strong> and takes 12.85 billion years to complete one revolution. <strong>Black holes have cold energy</strong> and their temperatures are below 0K.<strong>The universe is pulsating</strong> and takes 51.4 billion years (four times that of the period of revolution of light) for one pulsation. <strong>Life can exist only in the expanding phase</strong>, that also during the middle period of expansion. At present, life exists in thousands of locations in our universe. There are billions of such universes in the infinite space
Read this book now itself! It’s not a heap of complex mathematical ideas put forth by someone from the Scientific Community. It is just simple, coming from an independent researcher. It is an <strong>original work in theoretical physics</strong>, but simple enough to be understood by anybody having a basic knowledge in physics and mathematics.