# Preface

First and foremost, this book is a celebration of the memory of Mr. Max Planck whose name is a general recurrence in this book. Without his prior contribution to physics, this work would not be possible.

I began this adventure by attempting to publish a paper containing a version of Chapter 1 that I completed in early 2019. Soon I realized, as a scientist and engineer with no prior publications in the physics arena, that this effort may have little chance of success. Perhaps my affiliation with a School of Business was detrimental to this endeavor.

As it turns out, this was a blessing in disguise. As I continued to prepare more material intended for a series of publications in a peer reviewed journal, it became evident that publication of a comprehensive theory extending into every field of physics and published in each corresponding journal could take years, if it were even possible.

As such, I embarked on the quest to gather all my concepts, and the mathematical work supporting it, in one location as a book. This turned out to be a fruitful decision as many of the subjects included in this book revealed themselves to me as I took a deep dive into each topic. Using mathematics as my guide, I utilized the existing knowledge of the physics of the universe as a means of corroborating and validating this theory.

As you will notice throughout this book, I have kept the mathematical concepts simple and their delivery to a minimum. My goal is for a large readership with basic mathematical knowledge to understand and relate this theory to their own work and scientific interests. And for the general reader, to experience the sheer knowledge and joy of understanding of how our universe works.

As I began writing this book, I struggled with how and where to start because I soon realized that no matter where I started, I would need information from future chapters to formulate the mathematics of what I had in hand. As you will see, it is impossible to describe the universe in isolation as all phenomena are interrelated, and thus all subjects and chapters are intertwined throughout the book.

As you read this book, you will notice that I begin with a general approach to the mathematics of the universe. I then use information obtained from this approach to construct the universe in detail, chapter by chapter, covering all subjects that impact the physics of the universe.

Therefore, to understand how and why the species that make up our universe are produced, we must take a step-by-step approach to achieve a detailed understanding of their signature effects leading to formation of their structure.

Perhaps, future editions maybe different. However, I wanted to present this work in the same chronology that it occurred to me. To fully appreciate the contents of this book, one must review the book in its entirety, as many of the early questions cannot be readily answered until the end.

I have presented the fundamental mathematics that govern the universe to formulate this theory, however, I consider this book and its theory to be a blueprint for future science and its advancement. It will be impossible to include the detail necessary to address this theory in its entirety with the theoretical and detailed mathematical work it deserves in one book. I believe I have provided sufficient information in each chapter to convincingly point us in a new direction.

It will be up to the scientific community to build on this theory and fill in the many details that will lead to a clearer understanding of the species that make up our universe, their interactions with each other, and their effects on the way the universe operates.

Professor Ray R Eshraghi