Book Explores the Intuitive and Mathematical Relevance of Time

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Marc E. King illustrates and explains the variable transformation for time and shows that it is connected with space through the concept of physical events

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While acknowledging the useful concept of time, this book suggests that time is not physically real. It proves that time can be replaced by a model of energy per spatial frame of sequential events similar to viewing still-photographs in succession as a continuous motion-picture.

Changing Your Mind written by author Marc E. King explores the intuitive and mathematical relevance of the so-called real-and-continuous variable t = time. In this book, King illustrates that a variable transformation for time (t) is supported by wave mechanics and relativity theory and shows that time and space can be related and connected by the concept of physical events per unit space. This transformation confirms the daily macroscopic experience as unchanged from classical physics while it also suggests new physics regarding small energies and large spaces. He further explains that from this concept, perceived time can be altered relative to earth-bound clocks in regions of lower or higher gravitational force. In fact, a series of calculation-verifications proves the theory and derives the Planck’s constant as it also newly defines quantum mechanics. Furthermore, black holes and their mass-radius relationship, The Schwarzschild Radius and values for minimum and maximum energies are clearly defined.

Required proofs are documented in this book, but the mathematics is not terribly difficult and can arguably be understood by readers at an advanced high school level. It also includes a non-mathematical supplement that is more intuitive and pictorial. The mathematics is not important to understand relative to the basic dimensional concept.

The difficult concepts presented in Changing Your Mind are dimensional and are hard to imagine using three-dimensional mindsets. Readers should carefully assimilate and internalize what is written in this book. However, with “time,” these concepts will become much clearer from day-to-day experience.

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About the Author
Marc E. King is a solid state semiconductor device physicist by education. He holds a Bachelor of Physics (B.Phys.) and Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (M.S.E.E.) degrees from the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis. He is a Silicon Valley professional with more than 30 years experience in sequential technical, managerial, and executive roles with successful leading edge semiconductor companies. He is married and the father of two daughters who are both employed in Silicon Valley. In addition to his family, he is most proud of his support and donation to the Department of Neurology at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.

Changing Your Mind * by Marc E. King
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Publication Date: September 19, 2012
Picture Book; $31.99; 54 pages; 978-1-4771-0439-2
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