Schriefer Unified Theory©
aka: Unification or a Theory of Everything
Continental Congruence not Pangaea
CONGRUENT CONTINENTAL COASTLINES AND MOUNTAIN RANGES OCCUR THE WORLD OVER
160-Minute Solar Pulse Not Solar Flare
OBSERVED SOLAR PULSES CAN BE SIMPLY COMPUTED AND EXPLAINED
Absolute Planetary Motion Not Orbital Motion
PLANETARY MOTION IS NEITHER CIRCULAR NOR ELLIPTIC - IT IS ZIG-ZAG
TIME IS TOO INACCURATE TO BE USED AS AN INDEPENDENT VARIABLE
TEMPERATURE IS A LINEARIZED QUADRATIC RELATIONSHIP
GRAVITY IS MUTUAL EMISSION NULLIFICATION
BLACK HOLE STABLE ORBIT RADIUS LIMIT & RADIUS LIMIT FOR CONTRACTION - SAME
If you're looking for reality about how the universe works, you've come to the right place. The Schriefer Unified Theory, sometimes referred to as a grand unified theory, unification, or a theory of everything, explains how planets, satellites, and continents are formed; shows why solar pulses occur and how to compute them; reconciles the differences between wave and particle mechanics; proves that time and temperature, as well as their antecedents, are inappropriate quantities for scientific computations; and, explains what gravity is and what it is not!
The ( grand ) theory is based upon a revolutionary concept of mass electromagnetic propagation through three-dimensional space. Such propagation is consistent with observed electromagnetic effects involving mass. The transmission/reception model of propagation is consistent with observations of Doppler effect and expansion of the universe.
Using the ( grand ) unified theory model, which can be extended to string theory via a new concept called the entropulse, demonstrates the simplicity of the universe from sub-atomic to super-macroscopic proportions. The model explains formation of planets and their features. It explains all observed physical phenomenae, and exposes the short-falls of present scientific theory. It proposes necessary adjustments to present theory for improving science as a predictor of past, present, and future events.
Howard Schriefer is an engineer committed to providing common sense technical solutions to problems arising in a diversity of sciences. He believes that the cross-linking of today's technology requires a generalist approach to problem solving in order that all disciplines be reasonably served. In much the same way as a multi-lingual interpreter simplifies international communications, the multi-disciplined engineer, with broad as well as deep theoretical and practical experience, can simplify the projects of today's and tomorrow's applications of science.
He is strongly committed to eliminating the technological mystery from science, so that its effective application is facilitated.
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