THE DESIGN EQUATION
The Unified Theory and the Mathematics of Hidden Dimensions
Summary of the prelude, introduction, and chapters 1 to 18
Introduces the problem of describing a unified theory and why science presently has no complete theory at its foundation. The Design Equation details why this so and provides the solutions to physics’ unsolved problems. The prelude covers the challenge of describing a unified theory, the importance of measure, and the measurement problem.
About the author and how she came to study physics and to describe the unified theory.
A Theory of Everything
Setting the scene, this chapter includes common misconceptions of some fundamental physics concepts. It summarises current global problems that a unified theory would solve, and explains why mainstream physics cannot describe gravity.
Why light is fundamental. Why the unified theory is not a particle theory. Why the electric wave is a fundamental concept in physics.
No Common Ground
Why science has found itself in crisis. Why clear and precise language is necessary to describe the unified theory. Why the unified theory is not a unified field theory.
Chirality and Direction
Scientists Yang and Mills made a fundamental error that Dr Russell described and clarified in 1957, yet mainstream physics is still confused about universal direction. How this false conclusion has impeded progress towards a unified theory.
The physicists’ perspective on their efforts to understand and describe Creation. An overview of particle models, force concepts, etc, and the challenges as they see them.
Life. Unfolding and Refolding
The unified theory would not be complete without the comprehensive scientific explanation for God and Mind. This is not a God-of-the-gaps theory. Why 'Mind' and 'thinking' still confound physicists.
Many differences exist between Einsteinian physics and the universal laws and principles of the Russellian Cosmogony. Einstein expressed regret that he had not followed through with his study of Walter Russell’s new science.
The importance of the still universal vacuum. Understanding the Fulcrum concept. What energy really is and where it comes from.
What is Anti-matter?
Why the term “anti-matter” is a problem for mainstream physics, and the teaching that should replace it.
Direction of Polarisation and Direction of Motion
Electric polarisation is the most essential and fundamental principle of Creation, yet this teaching is missing from mainstream physics. This chapter explains why.
Design experience was essential for solving the problem of the hidden dimensions that physicists have strived to find. This chapter covers the definition of ‘dimension’ and why it is necessary for describing the unified theory.
Many physicists have conjectured that the universe is mathematical in some fundamental way. Failing to determine the true principles of creation, however, their mathematical models, rather than describe the universe we observe, have instead described multiple universes, infinities, and overwhelming complexity.
The Problems with Inverse-Square Laws
One-way, unbalanced mathematics, together with incorrect assumptions of the fundamentals of Creation, has resulted in confusion and crisis in science. The only way to solve this problem is with the correct unified theory.
Electric Wave Dynamics
Electric waves and wavefields, why they are fundamental and how they become the complex forms of Nature.
Misconceptions lead scientific research down the wrong path. The difficulty of remediating the situation is attested by the crisis science now finds itself in. How to spot potential problems in physics theory.
The Mathematics of Hidden Dimensions
The comprehensive description of Lauren Dove’s original solution for the unified theory. Includes Lauren's solution to the Yang-Mills Mass-Gap Problem.
Teaching The Unified Theory
Approaches to learning and teaching the unified theory.
The 18 Dimensions
The 18 Dimensions are a primary component of the unified theory. These eighteen dimensions integrate with the electric wave model. They are all of the measurable intervals of motion, or effects of the universe, that exist.