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Field Physics or How the World is Built

  • Repchenko Oleg., (aut.)
  • Editorial URSS
  • (07/2011)
  • 344 pages
  • Language: Ingl├ęs
  • ISBN: 5396001070 ISBN-13: 9785396001077
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  • 15,9€ 15,11€ 
 
 

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Field Physics is the next generation physics. Modern science mostly describes the nature of events without looking at the reasons why they happen, i.e. it answers the question how rather than why.

For the first time, within the scope of Field Physics, we can look beyond the modern paradigm and understand the reasons why objects have the physical properties of mass and electrical charge; we can discover the internal mechanisms that are at work in field interactions as well as understand how the properties of physical objects can be influenced.

Field Physics is a book unlike any other before it and will probably give birth to a new genre of scientific literature. It is a profound study, rich in formulas, calculations and facts that reflect both the nature of physical events and our interpretation of the world at large. The book creates a synthesis between physics and philosophy.

Field Physics is a new paradigm and can't be summed up in just a few words. It inspires readers to take a journey of their own and, as a reward, experience the excitement of comprehending what has always been regarded as incomprehensible. The book is written for scientists and physicists, however, the simple language and lively style make it a compelling reading for everybody who is hungry for a new look at old things, be it a student, intern or anybody who has basic knowledge in physics.


 

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