ISBN: 978 0 994282 68 2 (U.S. English)
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Despite being composed of an electric and magnetic field which, under the laws of electromagnetism, should affect charged matter, Albert Einstein discovered something strange about radiation (or light in its most general sense). This mysterious oscillating electromagnetic field permeates the entire universe, and yet Einstein was perplexed by certain observations suggesting that it could behave like ordinary matter. The ability of light to bend in a gravitational field and how light is able to move uncharged matter, such as what we see in the Crookes' radiometer, are just two classic examples. Then one day, Einstein uncovered the important clue and formulated the most ambitious mathematical theory ever devised in science: The Unified Field Theory.
Now, more than 65 years after his death, there is growing scientific support for Einstein's discovery about light and the likelihood that Einstein was right about his Unified Field Theory. Indeed we are at the cusp of a new dawn, and an opportunity to unify all of physics under the umbrella of electromagnetism.
If what Einstein did is correct, not only do we live in a purely electromagnetic universe, but everything has a "cause and effect" relationship, including quantum particles, and everything has an electromagnetic explanation, including gravity and universal gravitation.
Now, you can find out the latest on the Unified Field Theory in a book written to be understood by anyone with basic scientific knowledge and with a focus on presenting the core picture lying at the heart of the theory. This is the true secret to Einstein's final great theory.
Are you ready for the next major scientific revolution in the 21st century?
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