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The proposed, third for the last one hundred years, picture of the universe lacks the basic flaws of the big bang theory and explains many puzzling observations in the near and distant space. A small part of the book requires a space physics background, while most of it is written in a highly explanatory, sometimes entertaining, language. This makes the presented ideas and findings accessible to non-scientists and scientists of all persuasions. It is shown that complexity originates in the observer's mind from the discovered amazingly simple structure of reality. The book asks too many questions, gives answers, tells attractive puzzles and extraordinary predictions. Everybody interested in the origin of the universe, life and mind will be deeply thrilled by the disclosed counterintuitive simplicity of nature. The simplicity of explanation can be challenged only with a greater simplicity because of the principle of economy, which is a basic tool in science, technology and engineering. This principle says that it is a vanity to do with more what can be done with less. Nothing is simpler than one self-reproducing interaction, whose multiscale similar outcomes account for everything. The author discovered this spirally contracting and expanding interaction and the consequent fireworks like universe beginning in 1991. The book brings to light his surprising findings and their confirmation by considerations and too many observations. It is well known that nothing is more practical than a good theory. So the improvement of the quality of life depends on the advance of knowledge. The revealed firework universe rocks with its stunning self-consistence as it lucidly explains the perplexing matter-antimatter asymmetry, the normal galaxies at the fringes of the observable universe, the creation of galaxies, stars and planets, the origin of life, consciousness and many other enigmatic phenomena.
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Studio: Geones Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.1" Height: 1.2" Weight: 1.6 lbs.
Release Date Jun 14, 2002
Publisher Geones Books
ISBN 9549103420 ISBN13 9789549103427
Reviews - What do customers think about Theory of Interaction: The Simplest Explanation of Everything?
Disappointed Apr 29, 2007
I enjoy books like Arp's "Seeing Red" and Mitchell's "the Big Bang Never Happened" - books that challenge conventional cosmology. So I bought Savov's book based on the 4 & 5 star reader reviews in this site, but I was disappointed. I am not convinced by the author's assertion that all physics follows a model of 3D spiral interaction, which he claims it to be the ultimate simplification. He presents the theory as a qualitative model only and illustrates it with incidental observation - such as the close-up view of a snail shell resembling the bands of Jupiter. So what? The book rambles to the point of incoherence - philosophy of science; social interactions; a chapter of one-liner "timeless thoughts", such as: "Happy is who makes things complete." There are several assertions in the book which are not backed up. For example, the Earth was not formed from the dust of dead stars but from a primitive protobody that grew. The best part of the book is the chapter on the solar wind and its interactions with the Earth's magnetosphere - Savov devotes a quarter of the book to this niche of physics, an area where he has evidently investigated in depth and contributed research.
Nice conceptual framework. Feb 11, 2006
This book gets 3 stars because the author presents a nice, new conceptual framework to analyze and understand how universe works. Otherwise, it is a terribly written book. It has a very poor structure; the author repeats himself constantly and at times it is impossible to follow his logic. The repeated reference to God in a scientific work is also troublesome.
Is this really a (scientific) theory? Dec 17, 2005
A supposedly physics theory, even if in agreement with physical observations, should be expressed in mathematics, not discursive, "qualitative", language. For mathematics is IMO not only "measures", but "the language of nature". Thus, if a model like the one put down in this book will not, or cannot, be properly expressed in mathematics, then it cannot be properly called a "theory" by our modern standards (unless we wan't to go back to the Middle Ages).
Second: I didn't found any argument in the book as to why infinities and singularities do not really exist in nature. In fact an alleged original "first cause" in truly outdated Aristotelian fashion, is stated in the book as TGB (The Greatest Protobody). But what really is a TGB, the book does not say. Should it not be considered as an - inevitable - singularity in this "theory"?
To me this is the major flaw in this work, namely, the going-back to the most simplistic and naive form of classical causality, where one and only one principle is considered as the basis of all. Ironically, the same paradoxes of non-locality that hurt so much modern physics, apply to this model. I see no way how it can explain synchronous action at a distance - which objectively occurs in nature, even in our nervous system.
So, having said this, I must say I agree with most of its criticism of modern cosmology (Big Bang). I also agree on the scalarity (independence of scale) of physical phenomena. OTH we know of the spiral constancy in natural phenomena since Fibonacci and the Golden Ratio. But also the recently found hard core (ferrite) of the Sun and the difference (faster) rotational speed of Earth's core would be two possible positive predictions of this "model".
Lastly,this book should be 1/5th its lenght. It's unbearably long and repetitive (the most repetive statement is of course how good and original this "theory" is). if you just read the last chapter (Theory of interaction - the simplest description of nature) you're done with it.
In conclusion, like Mandelbrot's Fractal Geometry of Nature or Fredkin's Digital Mechanics, we don't really have here a "theory" but a conceptual framework.
The Firework Universe Annihilates the Big Bang May 13, 2005
I am doing research in interdisciplinary science. It is now evident that some fields of study are in need of paradigm shift. Eugene Savov's theory of interaction presents new universal paradigm. His firework universe is a real blow to "scientists" who are personally abused by the progress of science. This people claim for authority and make me feel ashamed. They desperately hope that you will never read this book. They can endlessly preach about super strings, extra dimensions, dark energy and whatever redundancies come into their minds.
Don't trust the proponents of darkness. The real science is about casting light as shown in this book.
Einstein's famous questions answered! Jan 25, 2005
The theory of interaction helped me to understand why constant speed of light was measured. It is astonishing to see why God had no any choice in creating the universe. The physicist Eugene Savov shows at laymen level why the universe is what it is and why the well tested laws of physics are what they are. The question "why" can be asked after every answer and so ad infinitum. The theory of interaction reveals how to make it finite and in this way to grasp it in your mind.
The reader will see why there is energy and mass equivalence (E=mc2), why there are heavy elements in the most distant quasars and normal galaxies in the deepest space, what creates the enigmatic gravity, the puzzling cosmic repulsion and the electromagnetic force, what is light and why it shows wave-particle properties. Many great mysteries of the universe are considered in the discovered simple and all-explaining framework. Everyone can use this framework and make new stunning explanations.
Savov proves that at the most basic level nature is shockingly simple. It complicates in one's mind during the process of perception.
This seminal book is finally a breath of fresh air after a century of paradoxes and lack of basic understanding.