International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Physics Science | Sweden | Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021

Reality and the Principle of Relations

Thomas Nordstrom [32]

Abstract: In this paper The Principle of Relations demonstrates the most fundamental properties of reality, i. e. in reality continuous flows of packages moves in tubes between all systems, directed by Transformers and resulting in gravitation, force and energy, new objects such as stars and planets, as well as new molecules in the Human Body. The paper shows that it is possible to deal with reality as a whole. Via reducing the number of concepts dealing with reality, trying to find the simplicity that unites different views of reality, e. g. relativity and quantum, the photoelectric effect or Transformers, ATP synthase or Transformers, Black Holes or Transformers. With this different starting-point understanding reality, e. g. the Universe, the Human Body and Elementary Particles, we might solve some of these problems of science. The transformation of photons by a Transformer between systems functions only in combination with complimentary particles. The so-called ATP synthase is a Transformer between molecules using the masses of elementary particles. The conclusion it that ATP synthase does not exist, it is not found in the cell. It is only an imaginary thing, based on invalid postulates and theories of physics and chemistry. The so-called Black Holes are Transformers between galaxies using packages of the so-called dark matter and dark energy. The conclusion is that Black Holes do exist, but they do not function as we thought. The function of Black Holes based on contemporary science is only imaginary, since they are based on invalid postulates and theories of physics.

Keywords: Reality, relativity, quantum, photoelectric effect, ATP synthase, Black Holes, cell, theory of everything

Edition: Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021,

Pages: 1448 - 1451

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