Mathematical Physics


QSO – The Mathematics and Physics of Quasi-Spherical Orbits

Authors: R. G. Chester

The purpose of this work is to present a more realistic model for a number of dynamic three–dimensional physical phenomena which are traditionally depicted statically in two dimensions and are therefore misleading. It is also to provide a model for phenomena which are regarded as conceivable only in abstract mathematical terms, and are therefore thought to be permanently inaccessible to the non–specialist. The use of the QSO model will reveal pattern and enable analysis in hitherto untouched areas.

Comments: 275-page book in English. Links to internet resources are included.

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