Branes of Gravity: The Structure of Gravitational Force

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Xlibris Corporation, Jan 7, 2011 - Science - 103 pages
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Branes of Gravity: The Structure of Gravitational Force, a new title by H. C. Huang, builds on the author’s earlier volume, A Simple Unified Theory: From Magnetism to Gravity. The author disagrees with some of the current beliefs in theoretical physics. For example, it is commonly believed that a perpetual machine is impossible. But this author thinks that our entire universe, galaxies, solar systems, and atoms are all, in effect, perpetual machines, whose motion still energizes everything we can sense. Based on the synthesis of discoveries in this book and the previous volume—covering such topics as how gravity and inertia differ, the Moon-Earth relationship, and applications of the neutral charge field—Huang discusses their implications for re-evaluating the structure and future understanding of physical nature and phenomena of particle universes.

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