## Entropy in the Universe

A common criticism of the eternal universe is that such a universe will suffer heat death trough entropy. All useful energy will at some point be spent, leaving the universe with

A common criticism of the eternal universe is that such a universe will suffer heat death trough entropy. All useful energy will at some point be spent, leaving the universe with

Time goes a little faster on Mercury than it does on Earth. This is why Mercury makes its rounds around the Sun a little quicker than predicted by Newton.

Conventional theory

Every time we move things from one place to another, we do work by changing the energy of whatever we're pushing around. When we speed things up, we add energy to them. When we slow things down, we subtract energy…

The equation E = mc², made famous by Einstein, equates energy to mass. It tells us that an increase in energy equates to an increase in inertia. It also tells us that this happens at the speed of light, in…

The strict particle model proposed in my book has energy stored as size of subatomic particles. All energies, regardless of type, are stored as size.

Newton introduced several concepts into physics in order to label the various parts of his equations. He did so without giving any specifics as to

Ever since Galileo’s time, we have monitored the Sun closely. One thing that has been carefully registered is the number of sunspots visible at any given time.

What has been noted is

Conventional physics has gravity as a constant force that depends on mass alone.

There is a constant G associated with the equation expressing the relationship

Contrary to popular belief, modern science is full of contradictions and unsolved puzzles, and it does not take more than mild curiosity to uncover these problems.

The rainbow is fairly easy to understand in terms of particles. Many people have explained this phenomenon excellently before me, so I’m not going to

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