General Relativity fails to represent all phenomenons of the universe because its core is already too complex to be true. Finite Theory does so because its core is elegant and simple.
Ottawa, Ontario (PRWEB) May 14, 2012
Fact: Forbes lists Albert Einstein as the top earning dead scientist. But, even though he was a world-renowned genius, is it possible he could have gotten the theory of General Relativity completely wrong?
Author of “Finite Theory of the Universe: Dark Matter Disproof and Faster-than-light Speed” (published by AuthorHouse), Phil Bouchard, uses his years of experience in computer science and astrophysics to prove the theory of General Relativity wrong.
In “Finite Theory of the Universe”, Bouchard provides mathematical models and a step-by-step guide to demonstrate how he outsmarted a mastermind. He rewrites astrophysics and explains unsolved phenomenons that have stumped scientist for a century.
In this straightforward textbook, he also highlights concepts that were once found only in sci-fi movies.
These concepts include:
- Faster-than-light motion
- Time travel in the future
- Gravity to be a particle thus can be manipulated
Not to mention it can explain famous experiments, such as:
- Perihelion precession disparity
- Gravitational light bending
And finally, it goes beyond General Relativity by explaining:
- Constitution of a black hole
- Rotation curve for all galaxies (dark matter disproof)
- Hubble’s law (dark energy disproof)
“I wrote this book because of my conviction of its obvious veracity,” says Bouchard. “General Relativity fails to represent all phenomenons of the universe because its core is already too complex to be true. Finite Theory does so because its core is elegant and simple.”
In “Finite Theory of the Universe,” the Bouchard opens the doors to all new possibilities for both the scientist and the science fiction lovers.
“Finite Theory of the Universe: Dark Matter Disproof and Faster-Than-Light Speed”
By Phil Bouchard
Retail Price: $12.95
About the author
Phil Bouchard graduated from the University of Sherbrooke and is now a software engineer. He worked at the University of California – San Diego, where he worked a complex tool to process protein sequencing data. Other programs he has written: scientific calculator shareware that allows 3D graphics and non-linear regression and a fast memory manager in C++.
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