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The Physical Origin of the Universe
by Frank Arca
ISBN 0595464793 / 9780595464791 / 0-595-46479-3
Publisher iUniverse, Inc.
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The thesis of this book is to convey a solution to the physical origin of space-time, matter, the fundamental forces, and the mechanism of perception, by identifying a root from which there is a definite pathway to cognizing the underlying geometric cause from which all reality is therefrom based. This work lies between both physics and philosophy, and thus may be regarded in both categories, but more towards philosophy because such a powerful doctrine, which asserts the origin of the universe, is for now incapable of undergoing such definitive experimentation.A philosophy moreover on the framework to construct the correct equation of unification for physics is one major objective of this work; indeed there is constantly present the limited barrier of the mechanism of perception and idea, but, despite this fact, we may, without a doubt, still discover a route in order to make knowable the physical cause of nature. That besides, the doctrines which attempt to falsely represent such origins, namely those which propose to solve matter with more matter or space-time with extra space-time, or those which propose the opposite in that there is only consciousness and perception, all of which thus abandon the manifest quantities which are provided in reality. But in fact there is a new direction to which reason can turn in so far as to integrate what the former and latter propositions failed to do so, and this is to analyze the anatomic brain material as that which subsists exterior to the fabric of space-time, hence causality, and derive the prototypic geometric from which the extracted universe gains its shape and possibility in the first place. [via]