Null Physics 101 | General Frequently Asked Questions
- Can a layman understand Our Undiscovered Universe?
- What is Null Physics?
- There are hundreds of 'universe theories' out there. What makes Our Undiscovered Universe different?
- If Our Undiscovered Universe is really a physics revolution, why doesn't the author just give it to the world for free?
- What is the basic premise of Null Physics?
- When is the theoretical physics community going to comment on Our Undiscovered Universe?
- How could some outsider solve problems that thousands of scientists have been working on for decades?
- If Our Undiscovered Universe and Null Physics is such an incredible scientific breakthrough, why wasn't it published in a respected, peer-reviewed scientific journal?
- Why isn't Our Undiscovered Universe available in bookstores?
Can a layman understand Our Undiscovered Universe?
Null Physics was written for both the layman and the scientist. Equations are included for the scientist, but they immediately lead to results or graphs that are easily interpreted by a layman. Many laymen, particularly engineers, want to see the supporting calculations, which is another reason they are included. But the math really is secondary. As an example, you could calculate the weight of your car with dozens of equations that describe its density throughout its structure, but when these equations are evaluated your car still weighs a certain amount, such as 3600 pounds. In exactly the same way, all of the calculations done in Our Undiscovered Universe lead immediately to understandable results. It is very easy to skip the math and go directly to the result. (top)
What is Null Physics?
Null Physics is the analysis and quantification of the relationship between the physical states of existence and nonexistence. This relationship leads directly to the intricate four-dimensional geometry of which matter and energy are composed. This geometry is used to explain and quantify many of the properties of matter and light, ultimately leading to a unified cosmology that demonstrates, through logic and a wealth of empirical evidence, that our universe is an eternal equilibrium system. (top)
There are hundreds of 'universe theories' out there. What makes Our Undiscovered Universe with Null Physics applied different?
Everything. Its standards of evidence. Its rigorous empirical validation. Its broad scope. Its comprehensive, professional, and thorough presentation. And most importantly, its intellectually satisfying solution of a wide variety of vexing physics conundrums. One of the reasons why there are so many alternative theories is because, for the last few decades, the connection between contemporary physics and reality has become progressively more tenuous. This trend can only be reversed with a fusion between rationality and empiricism, and alternative theories seldom provide either. Our Undiscovered Universe gives us both. (top)
If Our Undiscovered Universe is really a physics revolution, why doesn't the author just give it to the world for free?
He does. 100% of the proceeds of book sales from Our Undiscovered Universe go to the promotion of null physics, educational outreach, and research grants. No tax dollars were spent on developing this remarkable theory, and until such time as universities include null physics in their research programs, its sole source of revenue will be book sales. (top)
What is the basic premise of Null Physics?
Null Physics is derived from the concept that our entire universe is the internal structure of nothingness. In other words, physical reality is an intricate, four-dimensional geometric equation that adds to zero because it exists within zero. There is no beginning or end to our universe because there is no beginning or end to nothingness. Reality is composed of space and curvatures of space (energy), both of which are composed of geometric points, which are the physical representation of nothingness. In short, there is no difference between a universe whose sum is zero and a universe that exists as a formulation of zero. (top)
When is the theoretical physics community going to comment on Our Undiscovered Universe?
In will be interesting to see. Credibility is the coin of the realm in science, and there are quite a few good reasons, such as fear of losing funding, for a scientist to be conservative. Keep in mind that the cold fusion fiasco is still a painful memory for many physicists, and the last thing they want to do is be associated with any bold new claims. (top)
How could some outsider solve problems that thousands of scientists have been working on for decades?
The key word here is 'decades'. The foundational problems in physics are so old and deeply entrenched, and the theoretical physics community so resistent to change, that the most likely source of the next physics revolution lies entirely outside of this environment. The mystery isn't how an original solution might come from an outsider; the mystery is why it has taken so long. It goes without saying that skepticism is a valuable attribute, and is, after all, what prompted Terence Witt to pursue the road less traveled. But skepticism should always be tempered with curiosity. (top)
If Our Undiscovered Universe is such an incredible scientific breakthrough, why wasn't it published in a respected, peer-reviewed scientific journal?
Peer-reviewed physics journals are excellent venues for presenting new measurements, statistical analyses and mathematical models, but they are not designed to revisit long-standing interpretations of well known measurements. Journals are published by consensus. They reinforce the reigning paradigms; they do not publish papers that challenge paradigms. (top)
Why isn't Our Undiscovered Universe available in bookstores?
Our Undiscovered Universe can be ordered at most independent bookstores, and some carry it in stock. Aridian is a small publishing company, and national chain bookstores prefer dealing with major publishing houses that carry hundreds of titles. However, due to the magnitude of the website sales of Our Undiscovered Universe, it won't be too long until it can be found at the big retailers. (top)