The Greatest Source of Energy

The Greatest Source of Energy describes a new model of time called Temporal Energy Theory. Through that theory, it provides a possible means of combining General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics and thus the forces they describe: gravity, electromagnetism, and the strong and weak nuclear forces.

In addition, the book discusses the possible physical nature of such factors as mass, charge, and spin. It also provides a unique perspective on particle transformations, what may constitute dark matter and dark energy, as well as what may have come before the Big Bang.

Introductory Pages:

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Table of Contents

Introduction

Excerpts:

On Time in General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics

“The Wheeler-DeWitt equation, with its ‘time equals zero’ solution…provides the clearest and most complete picture of time in the universe.” (page xii)

“General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics are actually describing the same process—that is, the same temporal process—but from opposite perspectives.” (page xii)

“Not understanding that General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics are opposite sides of the same temporal coin has been the principal obstacle preventing the successful combination of these two theories into the Theory of Everything.” (page xii)

“When GR and QM are united, they become involved in a ‘you scratch my back; I’ll scratch yours’ dynamic, in which GR’s gravity takes the role of QM’s renormalization process…and QM’s borrowing of energy from the vacuum takes the role of GR’s white holes….” (page 121)

On the Speed of Gravity

“In TET, gravity also occurs at the speed of light but appears to be instantaneous, as well.” (page 135)

On Dark Matter

“[D]ark matter is for the most part just accumulations of temporal particles, which of course is just time. From afar, such an accumulation, particularly with the spatial compression that goes along with it, will look and behave like a normal mass, but if you were right on top of it, indeed even within it, you would notice nothing out of the ordinary—nothing more than what you would call empty space.” (page 175)

On Newton and Einstein's Views on Time

“From the standpoint of Temporal Energy Theory, [Newton and Einstein] are both right.” (page 213)

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