History and Philosophy of Physics

   

The Unifying Theory: A New Theory of the Universe

Authors: Bader Binkhudhayr

Our understanding of motion has been influenced by the assumption that external and invisible forces act upon matter to cause acceleration. In this article, I refute the validity of this convention and propose an alternative perception that suggests matter's independence. That change in perspective gives rise to important principles and equations that contribute to resolving the conflict between classical and quantum mechanics, unifying the explanations for universal forces and explaining the Lorentz transformation. I start by introducing a unit, a number of fundamental particles, that replaces mass. Then, I suggest that motion is quantized with a frequency equal to speed divided by a variation of Planck's Length. Finally, I introduce a single formula that describes gravity and electromagnetism.

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[v1] 2017-12-15 19:37:16
[v2] 2018-01-05 20:05:25

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