Hidden In Plain Sight 2: The equation of the universe#ad - Enjoy a thrilling intergalactic tour as Andrew Thomas redefines the force of gravity and introduces a brave new view of the universe! You never knew theoretical physics could be so simple! Why do things move? Why is the expansion of the universe accelerating? Is the universe a black hole? This exciting book considers some of the deepest and most important questions in physics.
Hidden In Plain Sight 4: The uncertain universe#ad - Take a tour of chaos theory, the uncertainty principle, and enter the Matrix. Discover how uncertainty is the only certainty. However, several revolutionary discoveries in the twentieth century revealed that there is a fundamental uncertainty at the heart of reality. You never knew theoretical physics could be so simple!It was once believed that the universe ran like clockwork.
Hidden In Plain Sight 5: Atom#ad - An introduction to the principles of particle physics. Solve the 100-year-old mystery which the great physicist, Paul Dirac, believed linked atoms to the secret of the entire universe.
Hidden In Plain Sight 6: Why Three Dimensions?#ad - This book considers many of those ideas and presents a new solution why three is the magic number. Why are there three dimensions of space? It is surprising that science does not know the answer, though there have been some inventive and controversial ideas.
Hidden In Plain Sight: The simple link between relativity and quantum mechanics#ad - It is revealed how all unifications in physics have been based on incredibly simple ideas. You never knew theoretical physics could be so simple! In this exciting and significant book, Andrew Thomas clearly illustrates the simplicity which lies behind nature at its fundamental level. An idea which is so simple it has been hidden in plain sight.
Using a logical approach, it is explained how the great 20th century theories of relativity and quantum mechanics share a common base, and how they can be linked using an idea so simple that anyone can understand it.