Modified EinsteinÂ¶s Relativity Theory
Ref. No. HVAC/Pub (999)/ 09/ 2007
ToThe PresidentRoyal Society of Canada
Academy III (Science) Dated: Sep. 02, 2007
Modified EinsteinÂ¶s Relativity Theory and Formula for inclusion in theAcademyÂ¶s Magazine/ Journal
I want to draw your kind attention to the fact that I have extended the EinsteinÂ¶sRelativity Theory and Formula in the year of 1996 and devised a modified theory i.e.Hyper photogenic Theory. This theory deals with natural world as well as supernaturalworld. For instance, the very first assumption (result) made by Einstein i.e. no particle inthe natural world can attend a speed more than that of light (or any other electro-magneticwave), is a barrier(curtain) which isolates the natural world from the supernatural one.
If we expand our minds more and more with the help of knowledge, we can remove thebarrier. The theory leads to modify many old concepts, ideas, theories related to the bothworlds e. g.
Any particle can achieve speed less or greater than that of light but mass andenergy are interchangeable while doing so.
There is another world beyond this world (radius of this world is about 10**26 meters.
This world will be re- organized after bursting (entropy of the universe is increasingcontinuously).
The latest advancements and achievements in the field of science and technology shallbe the beginning of the same in the re-organized world.
The modified EinsteinÂ¶s formula for relativistic mass is M=m/(vÂ²/cÂ²-1)Â¹
aw of conservation of energy reveals that each and every soul can never be destroyed.Where do souls go after death? Answer of this question reveals that there is another worldin the supernatural region (consider the electro-magnetic radiation while an electron jumpsfrom a lower energy level into the higher energy level or vice versa).The constitution of the nature has imposed upon us certain limits. For example, we can seeupto certain span of wave length (0.3 to 0.7 Âµ m), we can hear upto a certain span of frequency (20 to 20,000 Hz) etc.
But we can extend our limits by changing or replacing certain required conditions for aparticular achievement.Thanks,
Er. Moinullah Khan,