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The model proposed in my earlier book, Universe of Particles, has been demonstrated to hold under scrutiny. Our analysis hasn’t revealed anything that gives us reason to abandon our model. On the contrary, it conforms well to reality.

The attentive reader may have noticed a change in formulation and interpretation of certain phenomena. The biggest differences being our interpretation of gravity with respect to light, the specifics of the aether, and the influence of speed on time. In these cases, it’s our latest interpretations that get precedence over earlier work.

There are two paths forwards from here. One leads towards mathematical formulas and further nailing down of details. The other leads to a wider analysis, broadening the scope of the theory.

The mathematically inclined may fine enjoyment in deriving the various well established formulas from the principles laid out in this book. In this respect, we have only scratched the surface in our analysis. There’s no lack of formulas to analyse further in light of our theory.

Those with a philosophical inclination can use our theory as a model for wider interpretations. The Universe of Particles book is in this respect a place to go for inspiration. There are no lack of strange and vaguely understood phenomena that call on our attention.

There is also pure theoretical work that can be done. There may be other ways to interpret physics from a strict particle perspective that yields equal or better results. Comments and suggestions in this respect are always welcome.

I hope you have enjoyed this analysis, and that you will keep this theory in mind as a plausible alternative to conventional theories.


It was a remark made by Onar Åm back in 2016 that prompted me to embark on this grand tour of physics. He pointed out that Earth appears to be expanding. On discovering that this is true, I started searching for an explanation. One thing led to another. A few years later, I arrived at a the theory presented in this book.

The work of Morton Spears and Halton Arp provided the hints I needed. Their combined insights suggested a strict particle model of reality, and I decided therefore to pursue this avenue of investigation.

Input from Wallace Thornhill, Peter Woodhead, Andrew Johnson, Freddie Thornton, Martin Nygaard, Henry Berg, Steve Whetstone, Alistair Riddoch, Franck Vallée, Michael Roffe, Michael Heikkinen and others, helped me formulate my ideas into the theory presented in this book.

Paul G Leader has since caught onto my ideas. He has formulated his own theory based on a structured neutrino model, and some of his work has in turn fed back into my theory.

I owe great thanks to all these people. Without their help and inputs, this book would not have come about.

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