About the Book

In this book, I have described a new string theory capable of constructing a universe with its mass, energy, physical properties, and processes encompassing those of our universe.  A string theory that maybe inferred as " The Theory of Everything", or the "E-theory".

In this theory, I have described a universe which is comprised of two spherical three-dimensional, quantum scale vacuum objects.  The two spherical vacuum species which have two distinctively different geometric dimensions in open space form what we know in classical physics as Hilbert space. These two main constituents of the universe decay into two-dimensional strings creating a network of extra dimension objects that form a vector space.  The extra dimension objects along with the three-dimensional spherical species create the fabric of spacetime, encompassing what has been described in classical physics as dark energy, dark matter, and baryonic matter. 

The number of extra dimension objects created as a result of the decay of the two spherical three-dimensional species are too large to enumerate.  However, these extra dimension objects are themselves three-dimensional vacuum species which along with the two spherical species fall into four main categories of space dimensions. You will see that our universe makes four space transformations to create these objects which are significantly smaller than the atomic radius or the radius of fundamental particles such as electrons.  A combination of the energy and momentum of these vacuum objects, and the way they interact with one another, create the fabric of spacetime, matter and fundamental particles, and everything the universe contains.  You will find that what we experience as "mass" is indeed the energy of these strings exiting our universe.  You will see that “time” is intimately connected with the geometric dimension of these two three-dimensional vacuum species.

The theory presented in this book covers many of the fundamental phenomena that govern our universe, including gravity, electromagnetism, all fundamental forces, introduction of a new force - string resistance force, detailed structure of atoms, dark energy, dark matter, blackholes, and a brief overview of the Big Bang.  I have described detailed structure of atoms, charges, fundamental particles such as electrons, protons, neutrons, photons, Higgs Boson, and magnetic monopoles on the scale of the most fundamental building blocks of the universe, vacuum strings. 

Many existing theories in classical physics including Newtonian physics, general relativity, quantum gravity, special relativity, fundamentals of electromagnetism, and many laws in classical physics, are a natural fall out of the fundamental mathematics of this theory.  I have used the proven and accepted physical properties of the universe disclosed in classical physics as a means of corroborating the results of this theory chapter by chapter and where appropriate (see E-theory vs classical physics).

You will find that this theory will address many difficult concepts such as the nature of dark energy and dark matter, quantum entanglement, particle vs wave, blackhole structure, fundamental particles, entropy, and time, just to name a few. 

A striking feature that a reader will find is the simplicity by which complex physical phenomena in the universe are addressed  using this theory.  The book is riddled with example calculations such as calculating and understanding a blackhole’s entropy, temperature, dissipation rate, calculating the mass and dimension of fundamental particles, entropy of the universe, detailed structure and chirality of Standard Model’s particles, reproducing general relativity and quantum gravity in one equation, understanding dark energy, dark matter, their structure and mass, understanding the relationship between electrons, magnetism, and electromagnetic forces, understanding the true nature of "Time", etc...  

The results presented in this book speak volume to the efficacy by which this theory relates universe’s physical phenomena from various fields of physics into one comprehensive, easy to understand, all encompassing, and elegant theory.