Foundations of Physics

Foundations-e1358898663769Foundations of Physics

ISBN: 978-0-9883180-0-7
Published 2012.  Hardbound.  $29.95

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Preface

Experience the sheer beauty of the structural edifice that nature has constructed and Dr. Brown has discovered.

The crisp postulates are laid down.  The physical all-pervading laws of the universe are derived.  The fundamental organizing mechanism is rigorously derived.  The fundamental particles and the four forces of nature are derived.  The macroscopic observables are derived such as: solids, liquids, gases, the celestial objects, photon decay, constancy of the speed of light, and heat radiation.

No serious physical scientist could begin this book and not devour it.

Contents

  1. The Postulates
  2. The Mechanics of Particles
    1. Background
    2. The First Great Law – Mass Is Conserved
    3. Frames of Reference – Fixed and Translating
    4. Displacement, Time, and Velocity
    5. The Second Great Law – Linear Momentum Is Conserved
    6. The Third Great Law – Angular Momentum Is Conserved
    7. The Fourth Great Law – Energy Is Conserved
    8. Newton’s Three Laws of Motion
  3. The Mechanics of Systems of Particles
    1. Systems of Particles
    2. The Homogeneous Gas
  4. The Neutrino
    1. Introduction
    2. Formation and Structure of the Neutrino
    3. The Subsonic Flow Region
    4. The Compression Chamber
    5. The Core
    6. Concise Summary of the Neutrino Structure
    7. Conclusion
  5. The Proton, Strong Nuclear Force, and Electrostatics
    1. The Proton
    2. The Strong Nuclear Force
    3. The Electrostatic Force
  6. The Electron, Neutron, and the Weak Nuclear Force
    1. The Electron
    2. The Neutron
    3. The Weak Nuclear Force
  7. The Hydrogen Atom, the Fine Structure Constant, Photons, and Gravitation
    1. The Hydrogen Atom and the Fine Structure Constant
    2. Photons
    3. Gravitation
  8. Electrodynamics, Relativity, Matter Waves, and Magnetism
    1. Electrodynamics and Relativity
    2. Matter Waves
    3. Magnetism
  9. Additional Properties of Photons
    1. The Speed of Light Appears the Same in All Reference Frames
    2. Finding the Absolute Speed of the Earth
    3. Heat Radiation, Superconductance, and Working with Photons
    4. Superconductivity
    5. Mechanism by Which Photons Lose Energy as They Translate Through Vacant Space
    6. What We Know About Photons
  10. The Human Cosmos
  11. Closure
  12. Appendix A: Energy, Force, Work, and Kinetic Energy
  13. Appendix B: The Basic Constants of the Kinetic Particle Theory of Physics
  14. Appendix C: An Alternate Explanation of the Neutrino Structure
    Index

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