Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) February 20, 2013
Louis A. Del Monte’s new book, Unraveling the Universe’s Mysteries, explains existence, defined as a mass’ movement in Minkowski space’s fourth dimension (a spatial coordinate incorporating time), can be reduced to a sequence of energy quantums.
Del Monte’s new book introduces the Existence Equation Conjecture, a mathematical equation that equates a mass’ existence to energy, and verifies its validity using time dilation results from particle acceleration data. Del Monte further explains the smallest unit of time is the Planck interval, a widely accepted science fact. Therefore, Del Monte asserts, movement in time consists of a sequence of discrete Planck intervals, much like a movie consists of a sequence of individual picture frames. This suggests existence, itself, is reducible to a sequence of energy quantums.
In his recent YouTube video, “The Science of Time,” Del Monte explains how the Existence Equation Conjecture is derived, and its experimental verification.
“This is a new insight into the nature of existence,” Del Monte said. “This insight allows us to assert existence consists of a sequence of energy quantums.”
Del Monte’s book, Unraveling the Universe’s Mysteries, is available in soft cover or e-book format on Amazon.com and BN.com (Barnes & Noble). Rating on both Amazon and Barnes & Noble average 5 stars. Goodreads has also highly rated it 4.5 stars. A recent book review in universetoday.com, January 31, 2013, stated, “Readers will get something out of this book; it’s an interesting discussion of the mysterious aspects of our Universe.”
Louis A. Del Monte is an author, physicist and the Chief Executive Officer of Del Monte & Associates, Inc. For over thirty years, he was a leader in the development of microelectronics for IBM and Honeywell before forming a high-tech e-marketing agency and authoring Unraveling The Universe’s Mysteries. He has a B.S. degree in Physics and Chemistry and an M.S. degree in Physics, published numerous technical papers, and developed several patents fundamental to the fabrication of integrated circuits. Del Monte is the recipient of the H.W. Sweat Award for scientific/engineering achievement and the Lund Award for human resource management excellence.
Visit Louis Del Monte’s blog, Science Questions & Answers, for links to his Twitter channel, Facebook page, YouTube channel, and LinkedIn profile. You can contact Louis Del Monte by phone (952-261-4532) or email (ldelmonte(at)delmonteagency(dot)com)