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Introduction to causality based fundamental physics.

Description of the various verified characteristics of stable elementary particles.

Discussion of Quantum Mechanics, Maxwell's theory
and of the gravitation theories of Newton and Einstein from a causality viewpoint.

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Book whose title metaphorically alludes to Coulomb interaction between elementary scatterable particles.

Description of the various aspects of what is known about stable fundamental particles.

Detailed explanation of how logic and reference frames must be used to allow optimal use of the boundless capacity of our neocortex.

This work is designed to fire up youth's imagination so that more of them become interested in broadening as much as possible the extent of their knowledge base in all directions, and direct their careers in greater numbers towards fundamental research.

Published: Andre Michaud on
ISBN: 9780988052727
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