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by Hans J. Lugt

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Author: Hans J. Lugt
ISBN: 0965768902
Language: English
Pages: 627 pages
Category: Mathematics
Publisher: Hans J Lugt (June 1, 1997)
Rating: 4.2
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Physics: Vortex Theory The Wave Structure of Matter (WSM) provides a more Simple & Sensible Description of Reality than Vortex Theory. The inseparability of time and space emerged in connection with electrodynamics, or the law of propagation of light

Physics: Vortex Theory The Wave Structure of Matter (WSM) provides a more Simple & Sensible Description of Reality than Vortex Theory. The inseparability of time and space emerged in connection with electrodynamics, or the law of propagation of light. With the discovery of the relativity of simultaneity, space and time were merged in a single continuum in a way similar to that in which the three dimensions of space had previously merged into a single continuum.

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