Item description for Invitation to the Natural Physics of Matter, Space, and Radiation by M. Simhony...
This book deals with the basic physical structure of atomic matter, the physical space in and around us, and the physical nature of radiation in space and atomic bodies. The presentation is based on the results of experiments such as the Michelson-Morely Experiments (1887), the Rutherford Experiments (1911) and the Anderson Experiements (1932). The aim of this book is to reach readers interested in understanding various topics in physics.
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Studio: World Scientific Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6.25" Height: 8.75" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Publisher World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN 9810216491 ISBN13 9789810216498
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Excellent work Jan 31, 2007
It takes a couple of chapters to get into the details and there seems to be a language unfamiliarity issue but overcoming this Simhony provides a very clear and understandable explaination of why physical realities occur thru an electron positron lattice model of space. The model seems to explain all the physical interactions and phenomenon that I was exposed to during several years of undergraduate level physics and quite frankly explains properties taken as intrinsicis such as "why does mass exhibit properties of inertia?". Simhony also explains the mass energy relation by dispelling the notion that energy creates mass or the spontaneous generation of particles when radiation is applied to the "vacuum of space" in that the mass was always within that space in the lattice and was meerely bumped out of the lattice.
I would love to see experiments directly conducted to prove or disprove Simhony's theory.