Higgs Boson , Origin of Big Bang -THE UNIVERSE, SPACE, AND BEYOND
Miembro desde 1996
Miembro desde 1996
Título: Higgs Boson , Origin of Big Bang -THE ...
Editorial: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Condición del libro:New
OCTOBER 13, 2016 - * The latest advances in physics and cosmology are important and exciting. This book provides this information for both the general reader and the science student. It also serves as a reference book. Information is indexed and easily found and used. The topics are explained with emphasis on qualitative and physical descriptions so as to be easily understood by all levels of readers. The early sections are especially designed for those who do not have an extensive background in the subjects. Qualitative descriptions are in many instances more detailed than elsewhere. Mathematical information is included as an aid to understanding and a bridge for further study but can easily be skipped without concern. The detailed descriptive material will facilitate the transition for those who wish to progress to more detailed mathematics. Content includes: *A timeline of key happenings in the history of our Universe including the birth of the Universe 13.8 billion years ago, first multi-cell life on Earth 4 billion years ago, Einstein’s Special and General Theories of Relativity 1905-1915, and the end of the Universe a few hundred billion years or so from now. *The values of important constants such as the speed of light and the mass of the sun to many significant digits. *Basic science information (a quick course in general physics). *Information about every tiny unseen particle that makes up the atoms of our planet. *Information about the Higgs Boson that culminated in the experimental detection of the Higgs Boson at the high-energy collider at CERN, Switzerland in July 2012. *Gravity Waves * Information about empty space before Big Bang, at the Big Bang, during the Big Bang, after Big Bang. *Information about empty space beyond our Universe and empty space after our Universe disappears. *How inter-universe travel at warp speeds may be possible. *This book facilitates the understanding of current and future scientific breakthroughs. * There are 22 sections including: * Timelines of Earth, Our Universe, History, and Science *Basic Physics: Force, Mass, Work, Energy, Power, Momentum, and Pressure * Light Radiation and Spectrum *Wave Motion and Wave Mechanics * Elementary Particles -- Fermions (Leptons and Quarks) and Bosons * Composite Particles: Hadrons, Mesons, Tetra-Quarks, and Penta-Quarks * Particle Interactions * Conservation Principles * Higgs Fields and Bosons * Origin of Gravity * Spacetime * Geodesic Warps * Cosmology * Before Big Bang * After Big Bang * Expanding Universe * After our Universe ends * Dark Energy and Origin of Dark Matter * Super-Symmetric Particles * Other Universes * Inter-Universe Travel * Special Relativity * General Relativity * Understanding Our Universe Using Scientific MethodAbout the Author:
John Gilbert Bean has a BS Degree in Physics from the University of Arizona and graduate study in Physics and Electrical Engineering at the University of Arizona and California State University at Northridge (formerly San Fernando Valley State College). As well as writing, his career spanned Engineering, Engineering Management, and Program Management responsible for design, development and integration of advanced systems at RCA, Hughes Aircraft, and Northrop Grumman. His career and interests enabled him to work at the forefront of technology in the rapidly changing relevant science and mathematics of the origin and destiny of our Universe and Space beyond. He has also written: Communicating Successfully with Everyone.
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