Albert Einstein H.A. Lorentz In my book The Enlightening, I make the following observation: Both Albert Einstein and H.A. Lorentz conceived of Lorentz’ Relativistic Velocity Transformation equations as describing the entire extent of the universe. This is clearly supported by Einstein’s relativity theories, including …

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## Space-time

A Caltech researcher has recently pointed out that Schrodinger’s Equation, which describes the wavelike nature of particles, and is therefore the foundational equation of quantum mechanics, is also very useful in describing the long-term evolution of large-scale astronomical structure of space-time. Today, let’s conduct …

Continue reading## The Universe Should Not Exist?

Below is a link to an interesting article which explores another great cosmological mystery — the perplexing and seemingly impossible imbalance of matter vs anti-matter in the universe. Like the quandary of dark matter referenced in the previous post, the solution to this profound …

Continue reading## Physics still can’t identify matter that makes up the majority of the universe

I just read a great article at phys.org! Here is an excerpt: The past few decades have ushered in an amazing era in the science of cosmology. A diverse array of high-precision measurements has allowed us to reconstruct our universe’s history in remarkable detail. …

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