Golden Age of Physics

1905 to 1935 was a Golden Age of Physics with famous physicists, full of original ideas and with rigorous arguments, establishing many of the experimentally proven fundamentals of classical physics.


The research and writing of the book Physics in 5 Dimensions spanned several years, alongside earning a living from high technology industrial projects involving applied physics. The disadvantage arising from these parallel activities was the limit on time and resources for researching and writing Physics in 5 dimensions, while the major advantage was working on new perspectives of physics alongside real time applied physics for industrial projects. This ongoing interaction with professional scientists provided me with a rare and very special mix of theoretical and practical physics experience.


The Theory of Physics in 5 dimensions developed complies with the fundamentals of classical physics yet introduces new perspectives in the form of hypotheses common to many fields of physics. Developing alternative perspectives of classical physics demanded clear discrimination between the true fundamentals of physics, on the one hand, and any of my own assumptions and those of popular paradigms, that may not be true, on the other hand. Nearly all the wrong paths taken during my research were caused by making assumptions that seemed obvious but were in fact not true. The importance of this discriminating approach became a key feature of the multi-field research, where checking that the mathematics consistently worked over the many fields of physics covered became the major test.


Universal equations of motion of 5-dimensional local space are derived and work for all moving particles and bodies. The theory works in quantum physics for the motion of photons, electrons, nucleons & atoms and in classical mechanics for the motion of large bodies (e.g. Sun, planets etc.). 


The Golden Age and Famous Physicists pull-down menus offer a selection of summaries of the experimentally proven fundamentals of physics of nine famous physicists together with an explanation of the way these theories blend with the Theory of Physics in 5 Dimensions.


Select here a Famous Physicist and a Physics Topic of interest to you 


The Book by Alan ClarkPhysics in 5 Dimensions - is also available as a PDF file to members of ResearchGate here.