The Greatest Source of Energy

About the Author:

Lamont Williams is currently a communications specialist and science writer at the National Institutes of Health. For more than 20 years, he has overseen the production of science-based communications for organizations in the public and private sectors.

Lamont’s professional interests extend to such fields as medicine, health policy, clinician education, biology, and physics. In 2010, he self-published The Greatest Source of Energy, a book that explores a possible method for combining General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics into what has been called the “Theory of Everything.”

Among awards Lamont has received are those of “Distinguished” and “Excellence” in the International Technical Publications Competition of the Society for Technical Communication.

A New Jersey native, Lamont attended Rutgers University, the State University of New Jersey. He currently resides in the Washington, D.C., metro area.

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Publications and Works in Progress:

The Greatest Source of Energy — A New Theory of Time

This work provides an easy-to-follow way of possibly combining General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics into a more comprehensive theory. The book examines old scientific concepts from a new perspective and connects many long-separated dots along the scientific landscape. A brief, yet comprehensive work, The Greatest Source of Energy is a thought-provoking new look at all that surrounds us.

Select problems that the book addresses are as follows:

• Theory of Everything (the combination of General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics, also known as quantum gravity)

• Problem of time

• Predominance of matter over anti-matter

• Origin of mass

• Nature of dark matter

• Nature of dark energy

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Works in Progress:

The papers listed below represent the author’s in-progress thinking on various topics. They are not meant to reflect complete or final thoughts on the issues covered. However, they might offer the reader some insight into certain problems or questions. Commentaries from the author are also provided below.

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