Mathematical Physics

   

Light Freedom and Unitary Evolution

Authors: Paris S. Miles-Brenden

The proposal of this thesis formulation is that of the development, design, and creation of a `Light Gyroscope' which is the formulation of a method to bal- ance light on a point with all such other light in existence; as an emanation of di erence between light and darkness; for which there is a balance between complete physical form and nonphysical formlessness; from that of a non-dual relation of physical electrical component design of general form of an in nite cascade of quarter wave re ectors of nite dimension and volume; of the nature for which an in nite cascade non related to that of the quadrature condition of elliptic function is met with a dual to an in nite cascade of ordinary elliptic operator solutions as their dual sine wave harmonic functions of free extension in space, time, and quanti able moment of temporal singular event structure; for which there exists an in nitely encompassed volumetric space of in nite dimension by co-parallelism of electricity and magnetism of no form other than topological nature; with in nite depth of four fold relation.

Comments: 60 Pages. Grand Unified Theory of Electromagnetism Updated

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