Common sense sometimes gives a false indication of reality. As a result, the "reality" of other truths go unnoticed.

For example, many people of the fifteenth century believed the earth was flat, even though they could see the circular shadow of the earth moving across the moon during a lunar eclipse.

However, Christopher Columbus along with many educated people of that time realized this to be an indication that the earth might be spherical.

He trusted both his intellect and his senses more than the conventional wisdom of the time and sailed to a new world of knowledge and understanding.

Similarly this book shows how one can by observing his or her environment gain a better understanding of the reality of our world.

Quantum mechanics and Einstein's Relativistic Theories have been the most successful scientific theories of modern times however; attempts to unify them and define "A Theory of Everything" have been unsuccessful.

This is because there exists an incompatibility between the microscopic universe described by quantum mechanics and the macroscopic one described by Einstein's theories.

Einstein's theories define the macroscopic universe in terms of the existence of a continuous space-time metric while quantum theories define the microscopic world of particles in terms of discontinuous units. Therefore, these two theories are inherently incompatible because the universe cannot be both continuous and discontinuous at the same time.

However, this book demonstrates that one can define a common mechanism responsible for both the relativistic properties of space and time and the quantum mechanical properties of momentum and position by defining a universe in terms of a continuous non-quantized field of energy/mass and four *spatial* dimensions instead of four dimensional space-time.

Chapter one will postulate that space is composed four *spatial* dimensions and a continuous field of energy/mass.

Chapter two will derive the quantum mechanical or particle properties of energy/mass in terms of discrete energies associated with resonant "structures" formed in a continuous non-quantized field of energy/mass.

Chapter three will define the wave properties of particles in terms resonant system or structure formed by oscillations of a matter wave moving on a continuous "surface" of a three-dimensional space manifold with respect to a fourth *spatial* dimension.

Therefore, Chapters two and three provide a bridge between the discontinuous or quantum mechanical and wave properties of particles in terms of a continuous non-quantized field of energy/mass and four *spatial* dimensions.

Time will be defined as only being a measure of the sequential ordering of the causality of an event, while the causality of gravity, momentum and the quantum mechanical properties of energy/mass will be derived in terms of the physical properties of four *spatial* dimensions. It will then be individually linked to each coordinate plane of four-dimensional space by the mathematical and experimental observed sequential ordering of events that occur in each coordinate plane.

Chapter fifteen will derive the relativistic properties of space and time and the equivalence between gravity and accelerated reference frames terms of the geometry of four *spatial* dimensions.

This suggests that redefining the physical structure of the universe (as is done in this book) in terms of the existence of a continuous non-quantized field of energy/mass and four *spatial* dimensions instead of four dimensional space time may enable physicists to define a common unifying mechanism responsible for both the quantum mechanical and relativistic properties of our universe. *The universe's most powerful enabling tool is notknowledge or understanding but imaginationbecause it extends the reality ofone's environment.*

*"synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title.*

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**Book Description **Createspace, United States, 2012. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. The Reality of the Fourth Spatial Dimension demonstrates how changing ones perspective on the geometric structure of our universe from one of four dimensional space-time to four spatial dimensions can effect and simplify our understanding of the laws governing its evolution. Chapters such as the The Causality of the Quantum properties of energy/mass integrate common sense into our conceptual analysis of the unobservable by extrapolating our every day experiences and observations to unseen world of quantum mechanics while A Link between Gravitational and Electrical forces defines the common mechanism in terms of four spatial dimensions which is responsible for their observed properties. Additionally the chapter The Fundamental Quantum Particles shows that their existence and physical properties are directly related to a geometric interaction of the fourth spatial dimension with our three dimensional environment. We believe understanding nature should be attainable to those who have a need to and are willing to work at it so each chapter presents the concepts in jargon free language with enough background information so that the reader will not have to do further research to understand its content. In other words we rely less on mathematics and more on conceptual logic and thought experiments (much like Albert Einstein did) to show how one can explain and predict all modern observations by redefining the space-time concepts of both The Special and General Theories of Relativity in terms of four spatial dimensions. A must read if you are interested in expanding your understanding of the reality of the unseen world of quantum mechanics and how the higher dimensions of our universe effects its laws. ----- The universe s most powerful enabling tool is not knowledge or understanding but imagination because it extends the reality of one s environment. -----. Seller Inventory # APC9781456376482

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**Book Description **CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 242 pages. Dimensions: 7.9in. x 5.2in. x 0.7in.Common sense sometimes gives a false indication of reality. As a result, the reality of other truths go unnoticed. For example, many people of the fifteenth century believed the earth was flat, even though they could see the circular shadow of the earth moving across the moon during a lunar eclipse. However, Christopher Columbus along with many educated people of that time realized this to be an indication that the earth might be spherical. He trusted both his intellect and his senses more than the conventional wisdom of the time and sailed to a new world of knowledge and understanding. Similarly this book shows how one can by observing his or her environment gain a better understanding of the reality of our world. Quantum mechanics and Einsteins Relativistic Theories have been the most successful scientific theories of modern times however; attempts to unify them and define A Theory of Everything have been unsuccessful. This is because there exists an incompatibility between the microscopic universe described by quantum mechanics and the macroscopic one described by Einsteins theories. Einsteins theories define the macroscopic universe in terms of the existence of a continuous space-time metric while quantum theories define the microscopic world of particles in terms of discontinuous units. Therefore, these two theories are inherently incompatible because the universe cannot be both continuous and discontinuous at the same time. However, this book demonstrates that one can define a common mechanism responsible for both the relativistic properties of space and time and the quantum mechanical properties ofmomentum and position by defining a universe in terms of a continuous non-quantized field of energymass and four spatial dimensions instead of four dimensional space-time. Chapter one will postulate that space is composed four spatial dimensions and a continuous field of energymass. Chapter two will derive the quantum mechanical or particle properties of energymass in terms of discrete energies associated with resonant structures formed in a continuous non-quantized field of energymass. Chapter three will define the wave properties ofparticles in terms resonant system or structure formed by oscillations of a matter wave moving on a continuous surface of a three-dimensional space manifold with respect to a fourth spatial dimension. Therefore, Chapters two and three provide a bridge between the discontinuous or quantum mechanical and wave properties of particles in terms of a continuous non-quantized field of energymass and four spatial dimensions. Time will be defined as only being a measure of the sequential ordering of the causality of an event, while the causality of gravity, momentum and the quantum mechanical properties of energymass will be derived in terms of the physical properties of four spatial dimensions. It will then be individually linked to each coordinate plane of four-dimensional space by the mathematical and experimental observed sequential ordering of events that occur in each coordinate plane. Chapter fifteen will derive the relativistic properties of space and time and the equivalence between gravity and accelerated reference frames terms of the geometry of four spatial dimensions. This suggests that redefiningthe physical structure of the universe (as is done in this book) in terms of the existence of a continuous non-quantized field of energymass and four spatial dimensions instead of four dimensional space time may enable physicists to define a common unifying mechanism responsible for both the quantum mechanical and relativistic properties of our universe. The universes most powerful enabling tool is notknowledge or understanding but imaginationbecause it extends the reality ofones environment. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781456376482

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