Physics in 5 Dimensions – Bye, bye Big Bang
Classical Physics uses a Galilean coordinate system in which four coordinates (x, y, z, t,) determine an event, where the term “an object at rest” is the view of an object by an observer when the velocity of the object appears to be zero in a Galilean frame of reference rigidly attached to the observer. Yet we know that the observer, object and indeed their frame of reference are all still moving in the universe in some way. For example, an observer on the surface of Planet Earth has a motion arising from the sum of the Earth’s rotation, the Earth orbiting the Sun, the Sun moving within the Milky Way, the Milky Way rotating and moving within the Universe. Therefore all observers and all other particles and bodies inevitably have a complex movement within the universe. This complex movement is introduced as a new 5th dimension to the coordinate system, in a similar way as occurred when time t was introduced within the 4 dimensions of the Galilean coordinate system. In this way we convert Classical Physics in 4 Dimensions into Physics in 5 Dimensions and this book explains how.
Compared to classical physics, Physics in 5 Dimensions is a significantly more unified theory of physics. It is a model of the development of the universe, without
the need of a Big Bang Theory, as reflected in various examples.
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