Quantum Gravity and String Theory

   

Universal and Unified Field Theory

Authors: Wei Xu

For the first time in mankind, Universal and Unified Field Theory is philosophically, mathematically and empirically revealed the workings of Universal Topology and Laws of Conservations. The nature of the universe has its Event Operations ontologically and systematically on the origin of physical states. These principles convey and unfold the laws of topological framework, universal equations, symmetric continuity, and asymmetric commutations progressively at the remarks of the following groundbreakings:

  1. Principles of Natural Philosophy and Universal Topology
  2. Framework of Contravariant and Covariant Manifolds
  3. World Equations and Universal Field Equations
  4. Boost Transform and Torque Transport Generators
  5. Horizon Hierarchy of World Plane and Spacetime 
  6. Gauge Invariance and Quantum Chromodynamics
  7. Fluxions of Symmetric Scalar and Vector Potentials
  8. Thermodynamics, Dark Energy and Blackbody Radiation
  9. Laws of Conservation of Photon and of Gravitation
  10. Fundamentals of Weak, Strong and Spontaneous Forces
  11. Asymmetric Dynamics and General Relativity 
  12. Cosmological Field Equations 
  13. Superphase Evolutions of Ontology

The application of an evolutionary process to contemporary theoretical physics therefore demonstrates a holistic picture of the principal equations, empirical assumptions, and essential artifacts. It prompts the entire discipline of physics, from Newtonian to spacetime relativity to quantum mechanics, to look back to the future: Virtumanity - Dialectical Nature of Virtual and Physical Reality.

Intuitively following the system of yinyang philosophy, this holistic theory is concisely accessible and replicable by readers with a basic background in mathematical derivation and theoretical physics. As a summary, this manuscript completes and unifies all of the principal equations, important assumptions, and essential laws, discovered and described by the classical and modern physics. 

Comments: 220 Pages.

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[v1] 2019-03-10 23:33:10
[v2] 2019-04-29 21:45:38

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