Starting with a detailed comparison of the original intentions of Bohr and Einstein in their development of Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity, Sachs shows that the goals of General Relativity are more insightful and subsume those of Quantum Mechanics. Where General Relativity is the forest, Quantum Mechanics is the trees. By introducing the spinor variables of General Relativity that Sachs derived in his earlier work of General Relativity and Matter, he shows that the low energy form of his General Relativistic equations in the quaternionic basis are very simply Dirac's equations with interaction. To be clear, Quantum Mechanics is nothing more than a very useful, low energy approximation for a complete but more complex treatment under General Relativity in a quaternionic basis. Then to ring up numerous "firsts" in Physics, it can be shown that there is force symmetry in matter and antimatter and that electrical charge is quantized. Not to be outdone, the next chapter finishes with an amazing derivation of Pauli's Exclusion Principle from first principles. The broader view of this new Physics will lead the reader into a new order in Physics that breaks with current teaching. The annihilation of particle and antiparticle is shown instead to be a strong coupling of these fermions in a stable dipole unit. The Compton Effect, Blackbody radiation and the anomalous magnetic moment of the electron find new and refreshingly simple explanations. The world is ruled only by fermions. The "delayed action at a distance"of Feynman and Wheeler is restored to currency. The "advanced" solutions take their place beside the "retarded" solutions in a single, complete space-time. The complete derivation of the full General Relativistic equations is detailed. This is followed by proof that the symmetric tensor part is nothing less than Einstein's original theory of General Relativity and, that the antisymmetric tensor part is Maxwell's equations. Sach's following sections on elementary particle physics in this new paradigm should send earth tremors through CERN and FERMILAB. Lifetimes and masses of a number of "elementary particles" are discussed in great detail with fascinating new perspective. The muon is demonstrated to be a doublet excited state of the electron with a prediction of its mass and lifetime in accord with experiment. |