From the Publisher
Professionally, I am a neurologist, but ever since I was fourteen years old, I have been passionate, first about mathematics, then about physics. I won the annual prize for mathematics when I graduated from high school and my nickname in high school, given to me by my fellow students, was “Newton”. I did my bachelor’s in science in physics before going into medicine. I graduated with the highest distinction in physics and was a member of the National Physics Honor Society as an undergraduate. I won the annual Professor Abel’s Memorial Award for physics upon my graduation. I am a member of the American Mensa Society. Even during my training as a neurologist and while working as a neurologist, physics continued to stay with me as a hobby. I kept up with the latest news in physics through the television programs and the popular science magazines, to the extent that was possible, given the extremely busy professional and family life. I always had a lot of ideas regarding various branches of physics, especially cosmology, but, I did not had the time to put them on paper and develop them, in a logical manner, into a paper worthy for publication. However, by G-D’s Will, I had a gap of free time, between switching jobs, that finally allowed me to put my thoughts on paper. I found that, they not only made physical sense, but also had merit, which made me consider publishing them for a wider audience. I continue to practice neurology in New York State where I live with my wife and our two children.